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Cameroon Women to beat New Zealand Women (17:00)

New Zealand have lost their opening two World Cup matches against the Netherlands and Canada.

The Ferns registered an xG of just 0.2 (Caley Graphics) against Canada and failed to have a single shot on target.

Cameroon lost 3-1 to the Netherlands on Saturday, but matched their opponents for large parts of the game and are worth backing at this price.

Vivianne Miedema to score anytime v Canada Women (17:00)

Miedema bagged her first two World Cup goals in the Netherlands’ 3-1 victory over Cameroon on Saturday.

The striker has only failed to score in three of her last 12 matches for club and country and won the WSL Golden Boot at Arsenal last season after netting 22 league goals.

Canada have kept back-to-back clean sheets so far, but their defence is yet to be tested and haven’t faced a shot on target. That will surely change on Thursday.

Austria U21 to win or draw v Denmark U21 (17:30)

Austria started their U21 Euros campaign with a 2-0 victory over Serbia on Monday and should be confident of at least a point here.

They have lost just one of their last 10 matches, with that defeat coming in a friendly against Spain in March.

Denmark’s 3-1 defeat to Germany was their fourth loss in six matches, while they have won just three in eight.

BTTS in Germany U21 v Serbia U21 (20:00)

Germany cruised to a 3-1 victory over Denmark in their opening U21 Euros fixture on Monday – their fourth straight game in which BTTS has landed.

Stefan Kuntz’s side have only failed to score once in their last 19 matches, so they should do their bit.

Serbia lost 2-0 to Austria after having a man sent off in the second half, but they have scored in 10 of their last 14 games and will pose a threat with Real Madrid’s Luka Jovic in the team.

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