Guinea vs Mozambique prediction, odds & betting tips – 10/06/2024

Guinea vs Mozambique prediction, odds & betting tips – 10/06/2024
Guinea enjoy a crucial win over Algeria - Photo by Icon Sport

Guinea lock horns with Mozambique at the Stade Ben Ahmed El Abd in a CAF World Cup qualification contest on Monday, 10 June.

Guinea are favourites to lodge their third win in four fixtures in Group G when they take on Mozambique this week.

Guinea vs Mozambique prediction: Host primed to prevail

Key Stats

  • Guinea have won four of their last five fixtures in all competitions.
  • Mozambique failed to win four of their last five away assignments.
  • Both teams notched in two of Guinea’s and Mozambique’s first three WC qualification matches.
  • Serhou Guirassy scored 28 goals in 28 Bundesliga fixtures for Stuttgart last season.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Guinea tipped to prevail

  • HOME: TBC
  • DRAW: TBC
  • AWAY: TBC

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

While the odds haven’t yet populated for Monday’s game, Guinea are virtually guaranteed to be installed as favourites with home advantage likely to be a big factor. Mozambique have toiled on the road in recent away tests and the probability of them upsetting the odds this week is likely to be low.

You can read more of our top soccer predictions for this week’s other games on our football betting tips page.

Last five H2Hs: First meeting in 11 years

Guinea and Mozambique haven’t crossed paths in more than a decade, however, the last time they played each other, the Guineans enjoyed a thumping 6-1 win. Margins are likely to be slimmer this time around, however.

Guinea preview: Hosts to stick with 3-5-2 formation?

Guinea overcame a tough test of their qualification credentials in midweek when they won 2-1 at Algeria. They were deployed in a fluid 3-5-2 formation on that occasion and they could stick with the same set-up against Mozambique following their success.

Predicted lineup: Kone (GK), Balde, Sow, Jeanvier, Diakite, I.Sylla, Toure, Diawara, Camara, M. Sylla, Guirassy

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 10/06/24

L

Mozambique

Mozambique

1

Guinea

Guinea

0

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 06/06/24

W

Algeria

Algeria

1

Guinea

Guinea

2

International Match 25/03/24

W

Bermuda

Bermuda

1

Guinea

Guinea

5

International Match 21/03/24

W

Vanuatu

Vanuatu

0

Guinea

Guinea

6

Africa Cup of Nations 02/02/24

L

Congo DR

Congo DR

3

Guinea

Guinea

1

Mozambique preview: Visitors could name the same XI

Mozambique are one of four sides sitting on six points in Group G and their slender 2-1 win over Somalia on Friday afternoon contributed to their impressive early tally. Mozambique were fielded in a 4-4-3 shape in that win, so expect similar this week.

Predicted lineup: Ernan (GK), Macandza, Mexer, Reinildo, Langa, Domingues, Guima, Amade, Catamo, Witi, Ratifo

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 10/06/24

W

Guinea

Guinea

0

Mozambique

Mozambique

1

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 07/06/24

W

Somalia

Somalia

1

Mozambique

Mozambique

2

Africa Cup of Nations 22/01/24

D

Ghana

Ghana

2

Mozambique

Mozambique

2

Africa Cup of Nations 19/01/24

L

Cape Verde Islands

Cape Verde Islands

3

Mozambique

Mozambique

0

Africa Cup of Nations 14/01/24

D

Egypt

Egypt

2

Mozambique

Mozambique

2

Player to watch – Serhou Guirassy

Serhou Guirassy is expected to be a man in demand this summer following his sensational campaign for Stuttgart in the recent Bundesliga season. The striker netted 28 times in 28 league appearances for the highfliers, though he hasn’t as of yet, managed to replicate that devastating form at international level.

Guinea vs Mozambique prediction
Serhou Guirassy has yet to replicate his club form on the international scene – Photo by Icon Sport

Guirassy aiming to end national team dry spell

Guirassy has amassed 12 caps for Guinea, however, his return of just three goals for his country is a meagre tally for a player of his talents. The attacker hasn’t scored for Guinea since netting a consolation goal in a friendly against Brazil in June 2023, and he will be itching to end his barren spell.


Simon Winter is a professional football tipster and sports journalist with over ten years in the industry. Best known for his time with Racing Post, Simon has also had work published by Freesupertips, Bloomberg Sports, bet365, Paddy Power, Colossus Bets, These Football Times and more. Simon covers the Bundesliga and Serie A for Football Whispers.