Algeria was one of the most convincing nations in the group stage, winning all three their matches.
They looked strong enough against Kenya, winning in the most difficult game against Senegal too in quite an equal game, while the side overrun Tanzania with a rotated team 3:0 in the last round too. This way they have shown great variety in attack and also plenty of quality on their bench.
No reason for Algerians not to field their best XI here after resting some key players int eh third round.
Guinea took a point against Madagascar in the first round game, in a match where they probably expected the victory. The second round saw them losing to Nigeria, but the side sealed progress with a 2:0 win over Burundi in the third round.
The job was far easier thank to the fact that Burundi stood playing with a man less since the 12th minute already. Needs to be said, they made a strong start and deserved the lead in a match which could have been far more different in case it was with both teams playing with eleven guys.
Important midfielder Naby Keita (34/5, Liverpool) is injured for the Guineans.
With the tactical and technical knowledge being on the side of Algeria, I really see very little chances for the Guineans here. Individual quality is anyway with the Algerians, while their ball movement seems to be superior comparing to Guinea. Experience and lack of defensive discipline at the back might cost them too much here.
Tvmoca propose : Algeria (-1AH)