Betting Preview: Morocco vs Argentina: Expect a low-scoring affair in Tangier

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Owing to the fact that both teams will be lacking some of their top stars for this game, punters can look forward to little goal action

Morocco will entertain Argentina for an exhibition game at the Grand Stade de Tanger in the city of Tangier on Tuesday evening.

Ahead of the Copa America and the African Cup of Nations slated for the summer, both managers will look to test the quality of their respective sides with this friendly encounter on Tuesday.

However, with the likes of Lionel Messi of Argentina and Hakim Ziyech of Morocco expected to miss this fixture due to injuries, the local crowd in Tangier might not get the much-anticipated entertainment deserving of a fixture of this magnitude.

This will be the second meeting between these two sides, with Argentina snatching a 1-0 victory in the first meeting between them - also a friendly match back in April 2004.

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Punters can anticipate another low-scoring affair here, considering the swelling list of stars expected to miss this match.

An outcome that sees nothing more than two goals resulting from this game is offered at juicy odds of (1.61) with Bet365.

While a consecutive victory in this fixture for La Albiceleste is priced at odds of (2.15).

The home side will definitely look to compound coach Lionel Scaloni’s woes, with the visitors coming into this one off the back of a 3-1 defeat to Venezuela last Friday.

A win for Morocco in front of their home fans is priced at bulky odds of (3.60) with the same betting outfit.

Unlike Argentina who were defeated last time out, Herve Renard’s men drew 0-0 at Malawi in their African Cup of Nations qualification game. Another stalemate for the Atlas Lions in this clash is valued at (3.10) odds with Bet365.

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