Congo vs Morocco prediction, odds & betting tips – 11/06/2024

Congo will host Morocco in the upcoming round of African World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday, 11 June.

Will Morocco get the points as expected or will Congo be able to put up a fight against the favourites? Find out from our Congo vs Morocco prediction and preview right here.

Congo vs Morocco prediction: Morocco to win without conceding

Key Stats

  • With seven wins in their last 10 matches in all competitions, Morocco are in good form, while Congo have only one win in their last 10 games.
  • Morocco have beaten Congo three times in their last five duels, each time keeping a clean sheet as well.
  • The last five duels between Congo and Morocco have all gone under 2.5 total goals.
  • Morocco have gone under 2.5 total goals in five of their last six games.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Morocco the clear favourites 

  • HOME: 12/1 (13.00) – 7.70%
  • DRAW: 5/1 (6.00) – 1.70%
  • AWAY: 1/6 (1.17) – 85.70%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

Looking at the Congo vs Morocco odds, we can see that the hosts are the expected winners and it's not even close, so the bookies clearly don't see Congo having any chance even though they're hosting the match.

This is understandable since Congo are in poor form, while Morocco are one of the best African teams. Furthermore, Morocco have done well recently and enter this match after two wins in their last three games.

Anyhow, if you want to look at more of our predictions, check out our favourite betting tips for today too.

Last five H2Hs: Morocco dominating the matchup

With four wins in the six duels with Congo so far, Morocco have clearly been the better team of the two.

Congo preview: Hoping to end their poor streak of results

With four games in a row without a win, Congo have clearly struggled lately. When it comes to their results in the WC qualifiers, Congo have only played one match so far, which has ended in a loss to Zambia. Overall, Congo's chances of reaching the next stage are quite slim, but if they can get a positive result against Morocco, things might start to look up for them.

Predicted lineup: Vimalin (GK), Illoy-Ayyet, Andzouana, Passi, Tsouka, Makoumbou, Dembi, Avounou Makouta, Ganvoula & Bassouamina

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 11/06/24

L

Morocco

Morocco

6

Congo

Congo

0

International Match 25/03/24

D

Gabon

Gabon

1

Congo

Congo

1

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 17/11/23

L

Zambia

Zambia

4

Congo

Congo

2

Africa Cup of Nations Qualification 10/09/23

D

Gambia

Gambia

2

Congo

Congo

2

Africa Cup of Nations Qualification 18/06/23

L

Mali

Mali

2

Congo

Congo

0

Morocco preview: Looking for their third win in the qualifiers

The first team from Africa to ever reach a World Cup semi-final started the qualifiers for the upcoming World Cup with a couple of wins, as expected. Morocco have beaten Zambia and Tanzania and showed why they are the mean favourites to finish top of the group and reach the next stage.

Predicted lineup: Bounou (GK), Hakimi, Aguerd, Saiss, Mazraoui, Ounahi, Amrabat, Saibari, Ziyech, En-Nesyri & Adli

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 11/06/24

W

Congo

Congo

0

Morocco

Morocco

6

Africa - World Cup Qualifying 07/06/24

W

Zambia

Zambia

1

Morocco

Morocco

2

International Match 26/03/24

D

Mauritania

Mauritania

0

Morocco

Morocco

0

International Match 22/03/24

W

Angola

Angola

0

Morocco

Morocco

1

Africa Cup of Nations 30/01/24

L

South Africa

South Africa

2

Morocco

Morocco

0

Player to watch: Youssef En-Nesyri

With 16 goals in the Spanish league this season for Sevilla, En-Nesyri had one of his best seasons in the club. Will he manage to translate that into his upcoming international performances?

Youssef En-Nesyri
En-Nesyri hoping to lead Morocco to win over Congo – Photo by Icon Sport

Can En-Nesyri improve his goalscoring tally in national team?

With 20 goals for his national team so far, En-Nesyri is one of Morocco's best scorers at the moment. However, he only scored one goal for Morocco this year and he'll be hoping to improve that against Congo.

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