4 football tips for Tuesday's international tournament games
From match winners to BTTS, these are your best bets from Tuesday's AFCON and Women's World Cup matches. If you fancy them all, back the 19/1 four-fold.
Cameroon to beat Benin & under 3.5 goals (17:00)
Cameroon have qualified for the knockout stages of the AFCON and can secure top spot in Group F with a win on Tuesday.
The Indomitable Lions beat Guinea-Bissau 2-0 in their opening game before drawing 0-0 with Ghana, and they should see off a Benin side who have drawn both of their games so far.
The afternoon matches at this tournament have been very low-scoring and this one should be no different, given that Cameroon have kept two clean sheets so far and Benin failed to find the net against Guinea-Bissau on Saturday.
Ghana to beat Guinea Bissau & under 3.5 goals (17:00)
Another afternoon game means it’s again unlikely that there will be many goals here.
Ghana have been held to two draws so far and will be in danger of elimination if they fail to win on Tuesday, but Guinea-Bissau are the weakest team in this group, with one point from their two games so far.
Baciro Cande’s side have only won one of eight matches in all competitions over the past year, while Ghana have lost just one of 12 dating back to August 2017.
Tunisia to beat Mauritania & over 1.5 goals (20:00)
Tunisia’s two AFCON games so far have both finished 1-1, but they should get the win they need to qualify for the next round here.
Mauritius were beaten 4-1 by Mali in their opening match before they drew 0-0 with Angola on Saturday, meaning they’ve now lost four of their last six matches in all competitions.
There have been an average of 2.7 goals in matches played at 20:00 BST or later at this tournament, so it’s worth backing at least a couple to be scored in this one.
USA Women to win or draw v England Women & BTTS (20:00)
USA have been largely untroubled in this tournament, winning their five games so far by an aggregate score of 22-2, although that was helped by a 13-0 thrashing of Thailand in their opening game.
England weren’t particularly impressive in the group stage but have looked much better in the knockout rounds, beating both Cameroon and Norway 3-0.
They should manage to score on Tuesday, given that USA have conceded in both of their knock-out games so far. However, it’s unlikely they’ll see off the defending champions in 90 minutes, so USA double chance looks a good bet.
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