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Zambia vs Tanzania Predictions - Zambia to prevail against Tanzania

Last updated: 10 Jun 2024
Brad Newcomb 10 Jun 2024
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  • Zambia vs Tanzania tips for Tuesday's World Cup Group E qualifying match match (15:00 SAST)
  • Zambia are undefeated in five clashes against their opponents
  • Can Tanzania defeat their opponents at home?
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Zambia are undefeated in five clashes against their opponents (Getty Images)

Zambia vs Tanzania Predictions

Zambia lost their second consecutive World Cup qualifier but have been in excellent form at home. Tanzania did not play last week and have not beaten their opponents for a while. Zambia is predicted to win with BTTS.
  • Zambia vs Tanzania Predictions
  • Head to Head
  • Zambia Form 
  • Zambia Team News & Injuries
  • Tanzania Form
  • Tanzania Team News & Injuries

  • Zambia have won 4 of their last 5 home fixtures in all competitions.
  • Zambia have scored 12 goals in 5 home matches in all competitions.
  • Zambia have scored 5 goals in 5 home games in all competitions.
  • Tanzania have drawn 3 of their last 5 away fixtures in all competitions.
  • Tanzania have scored 2 goals in 5 away matches in all competitions. 
  • Tanzania have conceded 3 goals in 5 away games in all competitions. 

Head to Head

Zambia have the advantage with four victories to two against Tanzania, including three draws in nine meetings.

Zambia Form 

Zambia lost their second consecutive World Cup qualifier in Group E, going down by two goals to one against Morocco away from home last weekend. 

Zambia did not have the start they wanted against Morocco, conceding a goal from a penalty kick after six minutes of play. 

Zambia fell further behind midway through the second half when Morocco scored their second goal in the 67th minute of the match before Zambia pulled a goal back 13 minutes later. 

Chipolopolo have won one of the last five games, including three losses and one draw. They scored six goals and conceded seven.

Zambia have recorded four victories in their last five home fixtures, including one loss. They scored 12 goals and let in five at the back.  

Zambia have struggled to win lately, but their form at home has been impressive, giving them the belief to pocket all the points and extend their unbeaten run over Tanzania to six matches. 

Zambia Team News & Injuries

Edward Chilufya was on the scoresheet in the second half against Morocco. 

Goalkeepers: Charles Kalumba, Lawrence Mulenga, Victor Chabu, Toaster Nsabata 
Defenders: Tandi Mwape, Kabaso Chongo, Killian Kanguluma, Stopilla Sunzu, Gift Mphande, Luka Banda, Frankie Musonda
Midfielders: Benson Sakala, Miguel Chaiwa, Obino Chisala, Lubambo Musonda, Abraham Siankombo, Kelvin Kapumbu, Emmanuel Banda, Kings Kangwa, Joshua Mutale, Kelvin Kampamba, Gamphani Lungu 
Forwards: Patson Daka, Evans Kangwa, Kingston Mutandwa, Edward Chilufya, Kennedy Musonda

Tanzania Form

Tanzania was absent from the World Cup qualifiers last week after their match against Eritrea was cancelled. 

Before that, Tanzania had contested two World Cup qualifying matches last November, winning 1-0 away against Niger before 2-0 against Morocco at home.

Tanzania have won two of their last five matches, including two losses and one draw. They netted five goals and conceded three.

The Tafia Stars have secured one victory in their last five away fixtures, including one loss and three draws. They scored two goals and conceded three.

Tanzania have a tough assignment ahead to get the result in Zambia, as their opponents play well on home soil, and they have not got the better of Zambia in five clashes, including two losses and three draws. 

Tanzania Team News & Injuries

Goalkeepers:  Aboutwaleeb Mshery, Kwesi Kawawa, Ally Salim, Yonna Geoffrey
Defenders: Haji Monoga, Bakari Mwamnyeto, Ibrahim Hamad, Nickson Kibabage, Mohamed Hussein, Lameck Lawi, Israel Mwenda, Mukrim Issa, Lusajo Mwaikenda, Pascal Msindo, Nathaniel Chilambo
Midfielders: Novatus Dismas, Yussuf Kagma, Morice Michael, Himid Mao, Feisal Salum, Mudathiri Yahya, Yahya Zaydi, Abei Josiah
Forwards:  Edwin Balua, Saimon Msuva, Kibu Denis, Cyprian Kachwele, Ben Starkie, Charles M'mombwa, Wazir Junior, Ibrahim Hamad, Klevin John, Abdul Suleiman, Clement Mzize


Zambia is tipped to use their excellent home form and solid record over Tanzania to bounce back with a BTTS win over their opponents and a 2-1 score at the final whistle.

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