Croatia v Senegal (17.00) – No

After Sunday’s 2-0 defeat to Brazil, at least one team have failed to score in Croatia’s last four matches.

Both teams have netted in just three of Vatreni’s last 13 overall, with either team scoring more than twice in just two of those games.

Senegal’s last two matches have finished 0-0, with goals at both end in just three of their last nine.

Switzerland v Japan (18.00) – No

Switzerland had kept four consecutive clean sheets before conceding once at Spain on Friday, and their defensive approach will continue against Japan.

Both teams have scored in just two of the Swiss’ last 13 games, and in just one of their eight home matches since Euro 2016.

Japan failed to score against Ghana last week, and are available to lose this game to nil at .

Germany v Saudi Arabia (18.30) – No

Saudi Arabia have played four teams that have qualified for the World Cup in the last 12 months, only managing to score against Japan.

That sequence includes defeats to nil against Portugal, Belgium and Peru, and will surely extend against Germany.

Joachim Low’s side have only conceded more than once at home since Euro 2016 – against France – and shouldn’t be tested much by inferior opposition.

Poland v Chile (19.45) – Yes

Chile have kept just two clean sheets in their last nine matches, a record that is unlikely to improve at Poland.

The hosts beat South Korea 3-2 last time out in March, having also beaten Armenia 6-1 and Montenegro 4-2 in their last six games.

Adam Nawalka’s side have kept just one clean sheet on that run, though, so the visitors should fulfil their side of the bargain.


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