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Guinea vs Sudan Predictions & Tips - Guinea backed for success at home
- Guinea vs Sudan Predictions for Saturday’s World Cup qualifier
- Match is being played at 13:00 GMT at Stade d'Agadir
- Guinea have won 8 of their last 9 home matches
- A home win is tipped in Agadir
- Betting tips, predictions and team news for Guinea vs Sudan
Guinea vs Sudan Predictions
Guinea are a very strong home team and face poor travellers Sudan. The hosts are hard to breach on their own turf whilst Sudan carry little goal threat on the road. I am tipping a home win.
- Guinea vs Sudan Predictions
- Head to Head
- Guinea Form
- Guinea Squad & Team News
- Sudan Form
- Sudan Squad & Team News
- Guinea have won 8 of their last 9 home matches (all competitions).
- Guinea have won to nil in 7 of their last 9 home matches (all competitions).
- Sudan have lost 6 of their last 9 away matches (WC qualifiers).
- Sudan have failed to score in 7 of their last 9 away matches (WC qualifiers).
Head to Head
These sides sit at 1-1 across two previous meetings with one draw.
These teams last met on Wednesday as the match ended 1-1 in Sudan.
A 1-0 win at home to Mali secured Guinea’s path to the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations. Their final qualifier saw a 2-1 defeat in Namibia with nothing to play for.
Four friendly matches held in Turkey in June followed as they finished with 2-1 wins against Kosovo and Niger. Guinea began their World Cup qualifiers with a 1-1 draw in Guinea-Bissau.
Their last match saw another 1-1 away draw in Sudan. Mohamed Bayo had opened the scoring but they surrendered a lead for the second match in a row.
Guinea Squad & Team News
Guinea coach Didier Six used Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita as a substitute in the last match after injury. He is expected to be in the starting XI for this match.
Roma’s midfielder Amadou Diawara and defender Florentin Pogba will hope for recalls to the lineup.
Goalkeepers: Aly Keita, Moussa Camara, Mohamed Camara
Defenders: Issiaga Sylla, Momodou Pa Konate, Agustin Falette, Mohamed Ali Camara, Saidou Sow, Abdoulaye Cisse, Florentin Pogba, Ibrahima Cisse, Mohamed Traore
Midfielders: Mohamed Mady Camara, Ousmane Kante, Ibrahima Conte, Naby Keita, Morlaye Sylla, Mamadou Kane, Aguibou Camara, Amadou Diawara
Forwards: Mohamed Bayo, Francois Kamano, Ahmad Mendes Moreira, Momo Yansane, Jose Martinez Kane.
Sudan won 2-0 at home against South Africa to secure qualification for the 2022 AFCON in a fine display. Two friendlies defeats followed to Zambia and Niger.
They began their 2022 World Cup qualification campaign with a 2-0 defeat away in Morocco. After falling 3-0 behind in the first half, Sudan then lost 4-2 at home to Guinea-Bissau.
Their last match saw a 1-1 home draw with Guinea. They trailed 1-0 after 56 minutes but substitute forward Saifeldin Bakhit came on to score a 72nd minute leveller.
Sudan Squad & Team News
Coach Hubert Velud is expected to hand a start to striker Saifeldin Bakhit after his goal in the last match.
Sudan are expected to keep most of their starting XI from the Guinea match three days ago.
Goalkeepers: Akram Al Hadi, Ali Abu Eshrein, Muhamed Mustafa, Munjed Al Nil
Defenders: Amir Kamal, Faris Abdalla, Ather El Tahir, Samawal Merghani, Ahmed Bibo, Ahmed Wadah, Salah Nemer, Mohamed Ering, Waleed Hassan
Midfielders: Nasr Eldin El Shigail, Ramadan Agab, Abuaagla Abdalla, Muaaz Al-Quoz, Ahmed Al-Tesh, Walieldin Khedr, Diaa Mahjoub, Salah Adel
Forwards: Seif Teiri, Yaser Muzmel, Muhamed Abdelrahman