AFCON 2019: Nigeria v Guinea preview and tips - Don’t miss this chance to make easy money today


Wednesday, June 26, 2019 - Nigeria’s Super Eagles have a spot in the knock out stage on sight as they face off with Guinea in their second Group B match at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.

A late, hard fought 1-0 win over tournament debutants, Burundi, in their opener leaves the Super Eagles in a strong position ahead of their encounter with Guinea, who played out to a 2-2 draw with Madagascar. Go here>>>

The three time African Champions were expected to be comfortable winners in their opening match against minnows Burundi, but that was not the case as they were pushed all the way.

Nigeria and Guinea have only met once before at the Africa Cup of Nations - a 1-1 group-stage draw in March 1976. Go here>>>

Guinea talisman, Naby Keita's fitness was a big talking point heading into the tournament, having missed the final stages of Liverpool's campaign with a groin problem that he has only just recovered from, though he now looks ready to play a full part.

Ighalo's superb strike in a tight game against Burundi gave Nigeria a massive three points and they are now under less pressure and should have enough to overcome Guinea, who are facing a seventh game without a win in the continental competition for the first time.

Prediction: Nigeria 2-0 Guinea. Go here>>>

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