From anytime goalscorers to BTTS, these are your best bets from Monday's tournament games. If you fancy them all, back the 29/1 four-fold.
Serbia U21 to beat Austria U21 & BTTS (17:30)
Serbia have won 10 of their last 13 matches and boast arguably the best player at the tournament in Luka Jovic.
Real Madrid’s new signing netted for the senior side in a 4-1 victory over Lithuania last week and bagged 27 goals in all competitions for Frankfurt last season.
Serbia took four points from the two games where these sides met in qualification, including a 3-1 away victory 18 months ago.
Austria have only won one of their last three games, but have found the net in six of their last nine.
Germany U21 to beat Denmark U21 (20:00)
Germany beat tournament favourites England 2-1 in their last friendly in March and have won 10 matches in a 12-game unbeaten run.
Stefan Kuntz’s side have also avoided defeat against France, Italy and Netherlands in that sequence.
Denmark were beaten 1-0 by Croatia last Wednesday and have lost three of their last five matches, including respective 5-1 and 4-1 defeats to England and Spain in November.
Eugenie Le Sommer to score anytime v Nigeria (20:00)
France have earned six points from their opening two World Cup matches, beating South Korea 4-0 and Norway 2-1.
Le Sommer has found the net in both of those matches and has scored 10 goals in her last 10 appearances for France – including in an 8-0 victory over Nigeria last April. She is also on penalty duty for her country.
Nigeria kept their second clean sheet in nine matches in a 2-0 victory over South Korea last Wednesday, but are unlikely to stop Le Sommer here.
Norway Women to beat South Korea Women to nil (20:00)
South Korea have endured a disastrous World Cup so far, losing 4-0 to France and 2-0 to Nigeria.
They have lost each of their last three matches without scoring and failed to have a single shot on target in the opening game against the hosts.
Norway beat Nigeria 3-0 in their opening match last weekend and were only a late penalty away from a 1-1 draw with France last Wednesday, so should easily win this one.
*Odds subject to change.
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