From goalscorers to total goals, these are your best bets from Saturday's tournament football. If you fancy them all, back the 16/1 four-fold.
Ellen White to score for England Women against Sweden Women (16:00)
White has scored six goals so far in the Women’s World Cup, the joint-most of any player along with USA’s Alex Morgan.
The 30-year-old has only failed to find the net in one of England’s six matches to date, and she scored and had a goal ruled out in their semi-final defeat to USA on Tuesday.
Phil Neville will likely make changes for this third-place play-off, but White’s pursuit of the Golden Boot means she should escape rotation.
Under 1.5 goals in Cameroon v Nigeria (17:00)
There have been just 17 goals scored in total across the 12 games played at 17:00 BST or earlier at this year’s AFCON.
It’s safe to assume that this one will be similarly low-scoring, especially as Nigeria have only netted twice at this tournament so far.
Cameroon aren’t exciting going forward either, having followed a 2-0 win in their opening game with back-to-back goalless draws.
Egypt to beat South Africa to nil (20:00)
South Africa scraped through to the knock-out stages despite losing twice and scoring just one goal in the group stage.
They face Egypt, who beat Zimbabwe, DR Congo and Uganda to top Group A.
The hosts are yet to concede a goal in the tournament, so a clean sheet looks likely against an impotent South Africa side.
Chile to win or draw against Argentina (20:00)
Chile looked the likeliest side to challenge Brazil at the Copa America before the semi-finals, when they were thrashed 3-0 by Peru.
La Roja had previously beaten Japan and Ecuador in the group stage before losing to Uruguay when both sides were already through, and they then knocked out Colombia in the quarter-finals on penalties.
Argentina lost 2-0 to Brazil on Tuesday and haven’t looked impressive at this tournament, having lost to Colombia and drawn with Paraguay in the group stage.
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