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AFCONgeneralThe 2019 Africa Cup of Nations gets underway on 21st June when host country Egypt take on Zimbabwe and ahead of the tournament we take a look at the latest outright betting to lift the trophy and to win each of the groups.

 

 

 

Before the start of the tournament we will nail up some outright bets in a separate preview but for now let’s take a look at the betting.

 

Note, all odds are correct as of 12:00 12th June but are subject to change

 

To Lift the Trophy

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Group A Winner

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Group B Winner

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Group C Winner

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Group D Winner

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Group E Winner

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Group F Winner

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