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Since Egypt claimed their third consecutive title back in 2010, no team has managed to defend the AFCON trophy, but Senegal come into this year’s competition as the favourites to do just that, according to several bookmakers.
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No team has been able to successfully defend the AFCON crown since Egypt won the tournament for the third time in a row in 2010, but Senegal is the clear favorite to do so this year, according to a number of bookmakers.

Only three countries have won the AFCON championship consistently throughout the competition’s history: Egypt (1957, 1959; 2006, 2008, 2010), Ghana (1963, 1965), and Cameroon (2000, 2002).

Senegal defeated Egypt to win the tournament, shrugging over their unimpressive start to the 2021 regional championship, which included only one goal scored and two goalless draws in the group rounds.

With a roster that includes stars like Nicolas Jackson, Serge Aurier, Kalidou Koulibaly, and two-time African Player of the Year Sadio Mane, The Lions of Teranga have only gotten stronger since that time.

Aliou Cisse’s team enters the tournament in great form, having won six of their past 10 games across all competitions and only losing once, despite major chopping and changing in recent months.

Senegal’s 1-0 victory in their most recent meeting, which took place in the African Nations Cup in 2015, allowed them to continue their unbeaten streak against the Gambia, which dates back to 2008.

As the greatest underdog and lowest-ranked team in Group C—currently ranked 29th out of 53 African footballing nations in the FIFA World Rankings—Gambia will open the tournament.

The West African team, who will be participating in their second AFCON, will remember their first tournament well as they overcame African heavyweight Tunisia in an upset to advance to the quarterfinals.

than the Scorpions’ performance leading up to this tournament has been anything than stellar; at the close of last year, they suffered defeats in their 2026 World Cup qualifying campaign against Burundi and the Ivory Coast.

As the greatest underdog and lowest-ranked team in Group C—currently ranked 29th out of 53 African footballing nations in the FIFA World Rankings—Gambia will open the tournament.

The West African team, who will be participating in their second AFCON, will remember their first tournament well as they overcame African heavyweight Tunisia in an upset to advance to the quarterfinals.

than the Scorpions’ performance leading up to this tournament has been anything than stellar; at the close of last year, they suffered defeats in their 2026 World Cup qualifying campaign against Burundi and the Ivory Coast.

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