From the Women's World Cup to the Copa America, these are your best bets for Saturday's tournament football. If you fancy them all, back the acca at 37/1.
Netherlands Women to beat Italy Women (14:00)
Netherlands have won all four of their World Cup games so far without looking particularly impressive.
They did knock out 2015 runners-up Japan in the Round of 16 thanks to a late penalty, though, and should see off Italy, who have never advanced past this stage of the competition.
Le Azzure topped their group on goal difference after beating a poor Jamaica side 5-0, but they lost 1-0 to Brazil, who are the best team they’ve faced until this point.
Germany Women to beat Sweden Women to nil (17:30)
Germany have won all four of their World Cup matches so far, having beaten Spain, China and South Africa in the group stage and Nigeria in the first knockout round.
Martina Voss-Tecklenburg’s side are yet to concede a goal in the tournament, so they look a good bet to win to nil against Sweden.
Sweden beat Canada 1-0 to reach the quarter-finals, but they lost 2-0 to USA in Group F and will likely be eliminated here.
Draw and under 2.5 goals in Cameroon v Ghana (18:00)
Cameroon only need a draw to qualify for the knockout stages after beating Guinea-Bissau 2-0 in their AFCON opener, and the holders should get the point they need in what promises to be an even game.
Ghana eked out a 2-2 draw with Benin on Tuesday after going down to 10 men early in the second half, but they have a strong squad and have only lost one of their last 11 games in all competitions.
There have been fewer than three goals scored in all 12 of the AFCON matches played before 21:00 BST so far, so this one is very unlikely to reach that mark.
Uruguay to beat Peru to nil (20:00)
Uruguay topped their Copa America group with seven points after beating Ecuador and Chile and drawing 2-2 with Japan.
Oscar Tabarez’s side kept clean sheets in both of their group-stage victories, and now face a Peru side that finished third in their group and lost 5-0 to Brazil last Saturday.
Peru also failed to get on the scoresheet in a goalless draw with Venezuela in their opening match and don’t possess the firepower to penetrate a Uruguayan defence anchored by Diego Godin and Jose Gimenez.
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