Gambia have a promising squad for their debut in the African Cup of Nations, full of promising players like Omar Colley (Sampdoria), Saidy Janko (Valladolid), Ebrima Darboe (Roma), Musa Barrow (Bologna), Ebrima Colley (Spezia), Assan Ceesay (Zurich), Modou Barrow (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors), and the top scorer in the Belarus League Dembo Darboe (Shakhtyor Soligorsk). They play attractive football, always trying to score more goals. They had a great ACN qualifications and finished at 1st place ahead of Gabon, Angola, and DR Congo, which is a phenomenal result. Mauritania makes a big surprise in the last African Cup of Nations, but they are not the same team. They changed their coach Corentin Martins (who was the brain behind that success) and had very hard World Cup qualifications with only 2 points out of 6 games. This will be a hard battle, but we’re giving the edge to the Gambians.