Algeria are looking to maintain their 100% win in the tournament when they take on Guinea in their last 16 clash at the 30 June Stadium on Sunday night.
The Desert Foxes topped their group with maximum points in hand and walloped Tanzania 3-0 in their last group game.
Guinea, on the other hand, sealed their passage in the round of 16 after finishing third in the third-best place group with four points.
Paul Put’s side beat Burundi 2-0 in their final group game to make it into the knockout stages, but have their talisman Naby Keita out with injury.
The two sides have clashed seven times before with each side taking three wins, with the other tie ending in a draw.