Under 2.5 goals in Cameroon v Serbia

Both of these sides failed to score in their opening games, with Cameroon losing 1-0 to Switzerland, and Serbia losing 2-0 against Brazil.

This has landed in Cameroon’s last eight straight matches, and in two of Serbia’s last three.

In what could be a very cagey match with both sides facing early elimination, don’t expect to see a lot of goals.

BTTS in South Korea v Ghana

South Korea were impressive in their 0-0 draw against a fancied Uruguay team, and had several chances to take the three points.

Ghana, meanwhile, scored twice against Portugal but could not find a late equaliser in a 3-2 loss.

With both teams willing to go forward, and both needing a win ahead of tough games in Matchday 3, we should see plenty of action in this one.

Brazil to beat Switzerland to nil

Brazil looked pretty average for 60 minutes before turning on the style to win 2-0 against Serbia on Thursday, with Richarlison scoring a double, including a stunning overhead kick that is the early frontrunner for goal of the tournament.

They could be without talisman Neymar after he sustained an ankle injury against Serbia, but they should have too much class for Switzerland, who ground out a 1-0 win over Cameroon in the other Group G opener.

This bet has now landed in six of Brazil’s last eight games.

BTTS in Portugal v Uruguay

Portugal survived a late scare in that 3-2 win against Ghana and sit top of Group H as the only team with three points.

They could secure progress with a win in this one, while Uruguay need a result after their 0-0 draw with South Korea.

There will be plenty of attacking talent on show in this one, with Portugal scoring in nine of their last 10, and Uruguay in seven of their last 10.


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