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Netherlands v France (19:45)

The Netherlands have hit form since the appointment of Ronald Koeman as manager, scoring 12 goals in their last seven matches.

That sequence includes five goals in two home games – a 2-1 win over Peru, and a 3-0 thrashing of Germany – with BTTS landing in five of the seven overall.

Both teams have scored in all of France’s last three games, while they have scored in six of their last seven away from home, not including the World Cup.

Slovakia v Ukraine (19:45)

Slovakia have scored in eight consecutive home matches, so backing them to score here is obvious.

The hosts have only managed one clean sheet in their last six games, though, opening the door for Ukraine to fulfil their side of the bargain.

Andriy Shevchenko’s side have scored in five consecutive matches, with BTTS landing in all of their last six away games bar an end-of-season friendly against Morocco.

Cyprus v Bulgaria (19:45)

Cyprus have scored in four of their last five competitive home games, most recently their 2-1 win over Slovenia in September.

Ran Ben Shimon’s side have scored and conceded in their last three matches, including the reverse fixture against Bulgaria, so backing a repeat at odds against is logical.

Bulgaria had scored in four consecutive away matches prior to last month’s 1-0 defeat at a defensively-sound Norway side, only otherwise failing to hit the net against France and Bosnia & Herzegovina in 14 games in the last two years.

Brazil v Uruguay (20:00)

Brazil have scored in 13 consecutive matches, so the only concern here is whether Uruguay can do the business at the other end.

Fortunately, Oscar Tabarez’s side have produced a 1-4, 2-1 and 4-3 in their three matches since the World Cup.

They have failed to score just once in their last 12 matches – the quarter-final against France – while BTTS has landed in the last three meetings between these sides.

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