Both Algeria and Russia have made one change each from their previous matches as they look to qualify from Group H.
Depending the result between Belgium and Korea Republic, Algeria could progress with even a defeat, while Russia require a victory by at least two goals.
For Algeria, the Watford defender Essaid Belkalem comes in for ex-Rangers man Madjid Bougherra, who is a booking away from suspension.
Zenit St Petersburg striker Aleksandr Kerzhakov replaces Maksim Kanunnikov up front for Russia. Kerzhakov can become Russia all-time leading scorer with a goal.
Algeria: Mbolhi, Belkalem, Halliche, Mesbah, Feghouli, Brahimi, Medjani, Slimani, Bentaleb, Djabou, Mandi.
Russia: Akinfeev, Kozlov, Ignashevich, Glushakov, Kokorin, Kerzhakov, Berezutskiy, Shatov, Samedov, Fayzulin, Kombarov.Reuse content