It’s the last game of the tournament for half the teams taking the pitch on Day 10 and plenty of value to take advantage of.
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Ecuador v Senegal
This bet saluted for Ecuador’s last game against the Dutch and it looks a great shot to go off again in this match.
Ecuador have played every game on their terms this tournament and expect this will be the same story. They have faced seven shots all tournament, with only one on target so their defensive setup should be enough to keep Senegal out.
If Senegal do manage to score, Ecuador can switch to a more attacking style and ride the hot hand of Enner Valencia to secure a knockout place.
If there is goals in this match, the likelihood is that they will come after the main break. 2nd Half with Most Goals at $2.18.
Netherlands v Qatar
Netherlands are 17 matches unbeaten so a loss to Qatar could usurp Saudi Arabia/Argentina as biggest upset of the tournament.
While Qatar will want to give their home fans a show to finish the tournament, the Dutch are too well drilled to let this easy path to the knockouts slip.
This is a great match for multis considering how open it could be, so here is a $13 Same Game Multi for the match.
- Both Teams To Score
- Netherlands Win
- Cody Gakpo Anytime Goalscorer
- Over 2.5 Goals
- Almoez Ali 2+ Shots
Iran v USA
Stated before the tournament that Iran would progress and won’t be backing away from that now after they completely outplayed Wales for 90 minutes and were rewarded with two late goals.
The US were admirable and arguably should have won against England but now slump to five straight games without a win in all competitions.
Iran on the other hand have 13 wins and a draw from their last 16 matches so the form is with the underdogs.
Thanks to the favouritism for the US, we are again getting a nice price for our man Mehdi Taremi to hit the scoreboard so taking the $4.50 anytime goalscorer price here.
Wales v England
England have won six straight against Wales and the trend looks set to continue here.
The Three Lions looked shaky against the US but there is a significant gap in talent between these two sides, as proven by both their results against Iran.
England should get this done and get on the scoresheet a few times.
Plenty of value in the goal scorers market considering Wales’ propensity to concede corners. Both John Stones ($11.00) and Harry Maguire ($11.00) look great value to head one home.
Under 2.5 Goals (Ecuador vs Senegal) / Netherlands / Iran / England – $10.30