Guinea Vs DR Congo: Preview And Prediction

Guinea vs DR Congo: Preview, Predictions and Betting Tips-13th November 2016

Guinea vs DR Congo
2018 FIFA World Qualifiers
Date: Sunday 13th, November 2016.
Kick-off at 17:30 UK / 18:30 WAT
Venue: Borg El Arab Stadium.

Guinea host free scoring DR Congo for match day 2 of the 2018 African World Cup qualifiers.

Guinea suffered a 2-0 loss in their first game of the qualifiers. The national Elephant as they are fondly called conceded 2 2nd half goal in their first qualifier game with Tunisia. Guinea is currently nursing an inconsistent form, a form that cost a ticket to the upcoming nation cup in Gabon. Moreover, the national Elephant are recently ranked 64th in the world and sits 3rd on the Group A log with no point.

DR Congo cruised in their first game of the world qualifiers. The Leopards defeated Libya with a 4-0 score line at the Stade De Martys Arena. They scored 8 goals in their last 2 competitive games, conceding once in those 2 meetings. Moreover, the leopards are currently ranked 49th in the world and sits top of the Group A log.

Guinea vs DR Congo: Head to Head Statistics

Both sides met during the Semi-Final stage Africa Championship earlier this year, though the competition is slated for players in Africa, Congo went through to the final at the expense of Guinea.

In addition, the last 3 encounter between these 2 sides, DR Congo has 2 wins, compared to Guinea’s 1.

Guinea vs DR Congo: Prediction

Guinea inconsistent will be moral boaster to their visiting friends. However, the national Elephant have a great record in their entire world cup qualifiers games played at home, gathering maximum point in 3 consecutive games world qualifiers played at home.

Therefore, this promises to be an even game with both side sharing points.

Guinea vs DR Congo: Bet Tips

Draw at Full-Time at 3.00 (2/1)
Under 2.5 goals at 1.50 (1/2).

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