The futures betting markets on the Africans Nations Cup are certainly quite volatile at the minute, for obviously there is no supposed red-hot favourite to win that competition this year, so it is the volume of money coming in for each team that will determine the odds being offered.
Having said that though, it does appear that most punters are of the mind that it is going to be either Egypt or Senegal that are going to be crowned the champions this year, for sites such as Unibet are unable to separate them in the betting.
Both teams are available at some hefty odds of 3/1 right now, however any additional and ongoing support for either team will see those odds moving, and not in an upwards direction either, so if you want to secure odds of 3/1 on either team then act now and get on over to the Unibet betting site.
However, if you are of the mind that it is going to be any of the other teams that are taking part in that competition that will come out and win it, then there are some even more attractive odds on offer on the rest of those teams, and below is an overview of the current odds you can secure on each of them at Unibet.
Other Fancied Teams to Win the African Nations Cup
Anything could of course happen in this competition and as such whilst the two teams listed up above could win there is always the chance they may not perform as they are expected to do throughout the season.
Therefore it may be worth backing some of the other fancied teams instead, and currently you are going to be able to bag for yourself odds on the Ivory Coast, Morocco or Nigeria winning of 5/1 and those odds are there for the taking.
Outsiders to Win
What do you think of the chances of either Algeria or Ghana being crowned the champions this year and taking home with them the African Nations Cup? Well as far as the odds you can get on either of those teams at Unibet there are quite high it be honest given the obvious chances of those two teams and those odds are 7/1.
Mali and Tunisia are also in with a chance of course and for those of you who are fans and supports of either team you can get 11/1 on either or both of them.
Guinea are a risky bet but the odds of 30/1 are on offer, and you could fancy the chances of either Kenya or Uganda and the odds of 40/1 are currently available, however I do have a sneaking suspicion those odds are going to get much higher sooner rather than later.
That means that the two rank outsiders are of course Madagascar and Mauritania and as far as just how high the odds are on offer on either of those two massive underdogs, well Unibet will be more than happy to give you odds of 50/1 if you bet right now.