Australia to beat Hungary (16:30) –

Australia began their World Cup preparation in impressive fashion, beating Czech Republic 4-0 a week ago.

The Socceroos earned a 0-0 draw with Colombia prior to that and should be backed to come out on top here.

Hungary drew 1-1 with Belarus last time out and have lost nine of their last 12 matches, including a 1-0 defeat at home to Scotland in March.

Morocco to beat Estonia (17:00) –

Morocco beat Slovakia 2-1 on Monday to make it one win and one draw from their two World Cup warm-up friendlies so far.

That result extended the African side’s unbeaten run to 17 matches, a sequence that stretches back to June last year.

Estonia lost 1-0 to Latvia last Saturday and have managed just one victory in their last six matches.

Peru to beat Sweden (18:15) –

Returning striker Paolo Guerrero inspired Peru’s 3-0 victory over Saudi Arabia last Sunday, and a repeat is on the cards here.

That was a fifth consecutive victory for the South American side, who are on a 14-match unbeaten run.

Sweden drew 0-0 with Denmark last weekend and are without a win in their last three games.

Spain to beat Tunisia (19:45) –

Spain extended their unbeaten run to 19 matches with a 1-1 draw against Switzerland last time out.

La Roja spanked Argentina 6-1 prior to that draw and have scored four or more goals on six separate occasions in that sequence.

Tunisia have been impressive in their World Cup preparation, claiming consecutive 2-2 draws with Portugal and Turkey, but won’t be able to cope with the step up in opposition.

France (-1) to beat USA (20:00) –

France recorded their third consecutive two-goal victory last Friday, beating Italy 3-1.

Les Bleus have now won eight of their last 11 matches, only losing to Colombia back in March.

USA lost 2-1 away to Republic of Ireland last Saturday and are without a win in any of their last four matches on the road.


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