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Spain U21s to beat Belgium U21s & over 1.5 goals (17:30)

Spain lost 3-1 in a tight game against Italy on Sunday, but expect them to put things right here.

They have won 13 of their last 16 European Championship matches – including both qualifiers and tournament games – with over 1.5 goals landing in nine of them.

Belgium lost their third consecutive match in Sunday’s opener against Poland and have conceded three goals in each.

Italy U21s to beat Poland U21s & over 1.5 goals (20:00)

Italy weren’t required to qualify for this tournament, so some inconsistent friendly results in the build-up meant it was hard to know what to make of them.

But having beaten Spain 3-1 in their opener, Luigi Di Biagio’s side – featuring a front three of Federico Chiesa, Moise Kean and Nicolo Zaniolo – look like formidable opposition.

They now take on Poland, who were outplayed for long periods of Sunday’s 3-2 win against Belgium.

Scotland Women to beat Argentina Women (20:00)

Despite losing both of their first two matches 2-1, Scotland have played well enough to back them to win here.

Shelley Kerr’s side had won four of their five previous matches, and know that victory here gives them a chance of qualification for the knock-out stages.

Argentina are yet to score in this competition, posting an xG of 0.04 in Friday’s defeat to England.

Duvan Zapata (Colombia) to score v Qatar (22:30)

After scoring 26 goals for Atalanta this season, Zapata got off the mark in the Copa America with a goal as a substitute against Argentina on Saturday night.

The striker has now netted in consecutive international matches, and should start this game in the absence of the injured Luis Muriel.

Qatar have conceded twice in both of their last two matches, including in their opening 2-2 draw with Paraguay on Sunday.

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