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2022 World Cup daily acca: Best bets for Friday’s matches 02 12 22

01 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
2022 World Cup daily acca: Best bets for Friday’s matches 02 12 22

We've compiled our best football tips from Friday's World Cup matches, including BTTS and win/draw/win, into an 19/1 four-fold.

Visit the Betway Insider for World Cup betting tips for every day of the tournament.

BTTS in Ghana v Uruguay (15:00) {ODDS:1037853025:10/11}

Uruguay have been extremely defensive in this competition but have to attack in this win-or-bust match.

A draw would likely do for Ghana, but they know no other way than attack based on their two 3-2 matches so far.

There is plenty of needle between these two teams, so a blood-and-thunder game can be expected.

Rafael Leao (Portugal) to score v South Korea (15:00) {ODDS:1045796104:12/5}

With Portugal’s place in the last 16 confirmed, Leao should start here.

The AC Milan forward has already scored in this competition, against Ghana, and has taken a shot every 11 minutes, a much better record than any of his team-mates.

South Korea conceded three goals to Ghana on Monday and will have to attack in this game at some stage with a win required for any chance of qualification.

Under 2.5 goals in Cameroon v Brazil (19:00) {ODDS:1036501587:3/4}

This has landed in Brazil’s last five World Cup group matches and that pattern is unlikely to change in a game that means very little to them.

Tite’s side haven’t extended themselves in this campaign so far, relying on second-half goals to see off Serbia and Switzerland in 2-0 and 1-0 wins.

Cameroon were beaten 1-0 by Switzerland in their opener and, despite drawing 3-3 with Serbia in a crazy game last time out, are likely to be held at bay again.

BTTS in Serbia v Switzerland (19:00) {ODDS:1037853343:4/5}

Like Ghana v Uruguay, this is a match with plenty of spice.

It should have lots of goals, too, considering that Serbia drew 3-3 with Cameroon last time out in a game that showed their strengths lie in attack rather than defence.

Serbia need to win this game so will leave even more gaps at the other end for the Swiss to take advantage of.

*Odds subject to change.

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