Morocco to beat Namibia & over 1.5 goals (15:30)

Namibia have only beaten Lesotho, Mozambique and Seychelles in their last 13 matches, so they shouldn’t have much chance here.

Morocco were impressive at last summer’s World Cup, without getting the results to show for it. They are unbeaten in five competitive matches since.

Manager Herve Renard has won this competition with Zambia and Ivory Coast, so should ensure that his side gets off to a good start.

England Women to beat Cameroon Women & under 3.5 goals (16:30)

England were not convincing in the group stages, winning their three matches 2-1, 1-0 and 2-0.

Phil Neville’s side should have enough to progress to the quarter-finals, but don’t expect them to do it in style.

Cameroon beat New Zealand 2-1 on Thursday to reach this stage, having lost both of their two previous group games.

Senegal to beat Tanzania & under 3.5 goals (18:00)

This bet has landed in all of Senegal’s last six matches.

Aliou Cisse’s side have conceded just one goal on that run, and have won their last three competitive matches 1-0, 1-0 and 2-0.

Tanzania lost 1-0 to Egypt in a friendly last week, and made it to this tournament despite only winning two of their six qualifiers.

Argentina to beat Qatar & under 3.5 goals (20:00)

Argentina have lost and drawn their first two matches of the Copa America, but they can still progress to the knockout stages with a win against Qatar.

When faced with a similar predicament at last year’s World Cup, they inched through by beating Nigeria 2-1.

Qatar lost 1-0 to Colombia on Wednesday, and will likely be narrowly beaten again.


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