Thailand Women (+7) v Sweden Women (14:00)
Thailand lost their opening game 13-0 to the United States, but that was the first time that they have been beaten by more than five goals since September 2016.
They have lost by more than three goals in just one of their nine previous matches, and will improve from last week’s performance, so can keep the score within reason here.
Sweden have won their last three matches 2-0, 1-0 and 3-2, not winning by five or more since October 2017.
BTTS in Poland U21s v Belgium U21s (17:30)
Poland Under-21s have scored in all but two of their last 14 matches, with BTTS landing in nine of them.
They take on Belgium, who have scored at least twice in 10 of their last 12 games.
Johan Walem’s side have been involved in a 3-3 and 3-2 in their last three matches.
BTTS in Italy U21s v Spain U21s (20:00)
Italy have scored in 12 of their last 14 matches, with BTTS landing in 10 of them.
Luigi di Biagio’s side scored and conceded in three of their last four games, and lost 3-1 to Spain when the sides met in the last Under-21 European Championships.
Spain have scored in 15 consecutive matches, so won’t have a problem doing their bit.
Uruguay to beat Ecuador (23:00)
Uruguay have won their last three matches 3-0, 4-0 and 3-0.
Oscar Tabarez’s side have won nine of their last 10 competitive matches (including the China Cup) with the exception the World Cup quarter-final defeat to France.
Ecuador are winless in four games, including defeats to USA and Mexico.
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