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Match Preview: Egypt vs. Guinea

Match Preview: Egypt vs. Guinea

Match Date: 10 September 2013 (local time)

Venue: Alexandria


Not even a war can stop Egypt from pursuing its World Cup aspirations. To note, the Pharaohs dominate Group G of the qualifying round and is ahead by 5 points against Guinea.



The Pharaohs are about to etch their names in football history as they vie for a spot in the upcoming World Cup tournament. The team looks forward to their second appearance since 1990.
Despite the war-stricken environment that confronts the team, Bob Bradley and his men has managed to take the lead in the group stage of the qualifiers. Thriving through a series of friendlies, they are able to collect a considerable number of points to book their ticket to the Maracana.


Now that they are up against Guinea, the team will see to it that they will never waste such golden opportunity.



Guinea shares the same dream as that of Egypt. Syli Nationale are also looking forward to entering the prestigious tournament.


Recently, the club occupies the 2nd spot in the qualifying group. Carrying the momentum that they have during the 6-1 thrashing of Botswana in last year’s  Africa Cup of Nations, Michel Dussuyer plans to take the team a notch higher in the tournament.


World Cup betting tip : Egypt to qualify in World Cup

On a closer look, Group G of Africa’s qualifying stage is really all about the Pharaohs and Syli Nationale. These are the only two teams that have managed to collect enough points to advance in the prestigious tournament.
However, between the two, Egypt has higher odds for winning. It never lost in its last 5 matches and accumulated a perfect score of 15.
Guinea closely follows them with 3 wins, a loss and a draw. So far, it has 10 points under its belt, This means that even if they win against Egypt, the latter will still, have the upper hand in the match.


Image Source: Ahram Online


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