4 tips for Sunday's internationals
Look no further than this 4/1 accumulator for your bet on the weekend's World Cup warm-up games.
Brazil to beat Croatia (15:00) –
Brazil beat Germany 1-0 last time out to cap off a perfect international break, having won 3-0 against Russia before that.
Tite’s side have gone nine games since their last defeat, which came against Argentina almost a year ago, and have conceded just two goals during that unbeaten run.
Croatia won 1-0 against Mexico in their last away game, but that was only their third victory in 10 on the road.
Northern Ireland to win or draw v Costa Rica (18:00) –
Costa Rica have lost four of their five games since qualifying for the World Cup, with a draw against Honduras back in October the only exception.
They beat Scotland 1-0 in March, but that remains their only victory in their last seven games.
Northern Ireland put in a solid performance in their 0-0 draw with Panama last Wednesday and are unbeaten in three.
Peru to beat Saudi Arabia (18:00) –
Peru cruised past Scotland in a 2-0 victory last Wednesday to notch their fourth straight win and extend their unbeaten run to 13 matches.
The South American side will also have record goalscorer Paolo Guerrero available for selection on Sunday after having his drugs ban overturned earlier in the week.
Saudi Arabia lost 2-1 to Italy on Monday and have been unspectacular since qualifying for the World Cup, winning just five of their last 13 matches.
Spain to beat Switzerland (20:00) –
Spain looked in good shape in the previous international break, drawing with Germany before battering Argentina 6-1.
Julen Lopetegui’s have won 13 and drawn five of their current 18-match unbeaten run.
Switzerland beat Greece and Panama in their last two, but were held to a goalless draw by Northern Ireland and were beaten 2-0 by Portugal prior to that.
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