Wales to beat Iran (10:00)

Wales improved when Kieffer Moore was brought on as a substitute against USA, and should be on the front foot with the striker in the starting XI here.

That second-half display was in stark contrast to anything Iran produced against England.

Carlos Queiroz’s side didn’t lay a glove on England and disintegrated once they fell behind.

Senegal to beat Qatar & over 1.5 goals (13:00)

Qatar were awful against Ecuador on Sunday and there is no reason to believe that Senegal won’t pick them off.

The host nation didn’t have a shot on target in that game and looked extremely dodgy defensively.

Their opponents have the ability upfront to secure a win that they badly need ahead of a likely showdown against Ecuador in Matchday 3.

Memphis Depay (Netherlands) to score v Ecuador (16:00)

Depay was only fit for the bench against Senegal on Monday, but should return to the starting XI here.

The forward has scored 21goals in his last 22 internationals, clearly marking him out as the talisman of this side.

Ecuador were hardly tested against Qatar, but that is no reason to believe they can hold the Dutch at bay.

England to beat USA & over 1.5 goals (19:00)

England hammered Iran 6-2 on Monday, looking much better going forward than expected.

They take on USA, who looked dodgy defensively when put under pressure by Wales on Monday.

If this game stays true to form, it will be a comfortable win for the Three Lions.


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