Match Preview: Guinea Bissau 0-2 Ghana Prediction and Betting Tips 02.07.2019

Guinea Bissau – Ghana Predictions

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Guinea Bissau 0-2 Ghana

Date: 02.07.2019 | Match at: 17:00 | League: Africa Cup of Nations – Group F | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.48 | Bookie: 1xbet


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Still seeking a first historical win in the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals, Guinea-Bissau are yet to even score a goal in this edition of AFCON. The fact that they have failed to score in four of their last five fixtures (D3, L2) will hardly inspire any travelling fans.
Baciro Candé’s men have also been struggling at the back recently, conceding multiple goals in 66.67% of their last 18 outings (W2, D5, L11). Guinea-Bissau may want to keep it especially tight late on, as six of the seven historical goals they’ve conceded at AFCON finals came after the break.
By contrast, four-time AFCON winners Ghana have lost just two of their last 15 matches (W7, D6, L2). Overall, the so-named ‘Black Stars’ are in great defensive form, registering a clean sheet in over half (eight) of these games, while conceding an average of just 0.6 goals per fixture across that run.
Ghana are rightful favourites, and they have notably scored the opening goal in each of their last seven wins. Somewhat poetically, four of Ghana’s last five wins have been accompanied by a clean sheet.
Players to watch: Guinea-Bissau’s top scorer in AFCON qualifiers, Frederic Mendy has scored each of his last three international goals after the 80th minute.
Ghana’s current top scorer Asamoah Gyan (51 international goals) has maintained an international scoring rate of 0.49 goals per game to date.
Stat attack: Six of Ghana’s last seven competitive games have featured under 2.5 total goals.
Ghana’s last three AFCON tournament wins have all come by a single-goal margin.
Additionally, all of those three wins saw one goalless half.
Relevantly, each of Guinea-Bissau’s last three fixtures have produced a goalless first half.
Four of Guinea-Bissau’s AFCON qualification matches saw both teams score and produce over 2.5 total goals.