Mali vs South Sudan live streaming: Africa Cup of Nations Qualification match details
If you want to watch Mali vs South Sudan live streaming online, these are the live streaming instructions.
Match: Mali vs South Sudan
Competition: Africa Cup of Nations Qualification
Date: March 23, 2019
Kick-off time: 7:00 pm, March 23, 2019 (UK time)
Stadium: Stade du 26 Mars
Mali vs South Sudan live streaming: Quick links
Mali vs South Sudan can be seen in the United Kingdom and Ireland on the Bet365 live streaming service.
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Mali vs South Sudan live streaming: Match preview
There’s very little on the line at Stade du 26 Mars.
Mali have already booked their place at this summer’s tournament having amassed 11 points from their 5 games so far.
Rangers’ Lassana Coulibaly could be on show but RB Leipzig’s Amadou Haidara and Yves Bissouma of Brighton have both been left out of the squad.
As for South Sudan, they’ve lost all 5 of their games so far including the reverse fixture which finished 3-0.
They have never qualified for a major finals and that wait will go on.
Mali should just edge this one.