2022 World Cup daily acca: Best bets for Thursday's action
We've compiled our best football tips from Thursday's World Cup matches, including goals and win/draw/win, into an 20/1 four-fold.
Switzerland to beat Cameroon & under 3.5 goals
Switzerland qualified for their fifth successive World Cup by topping Group C of UEFA qualifying and condemning European champions Italy to the play-offs, where they would lose to North Macedonia.
They have got out of the group stage in three of their four previous World Cup campaigns, and are unbeaten in their last four opening matches.
Cameroon are returning to the world stage after missing out in 2018, but have lost their last seven matches at the World Cup while winning just one of their last six matches coming into the tournament.
Uruguay to win or draw vs South Korea & BTTS
Uruguay come into their fourth consecutive World Cup in great form, having won seven of their nine games in 2022, including six wins to nil.
They were slightly erratic during qualifying, though, scoring 22 and conceding 22, while South Korea have found the net in nine of their last 10 games.
The Taegeuk Warriors are always among the best teams in Asia, qualifying for their 10th consecutive World Cup, but have won just two of their last 10 matches in the competition.
Portugal to beat Ghana & over 1.5 goals
Portugal had to come through the playoffs to qualify for this tournament but could be a real threat with their wealth of attacking options and nice mix between youth and experience.
They have won four of their last six matches heading into the World Cup, with this bet landing in all four of those victories.
Ghana have been impressive since a disastrous Africa Cup of Nations campaign in January, winning eight of their last 10 games including a 2-0 warm-up win over Switzerland, but recent losses to Japan, Brazil and Morocco suggest they might struggle against opponents of Portugal’s quality.
Brazil to beat Serbia & over 2.5 goals
Brazil come into the tournament as favourites to win a record-extending sixth World Cup crown and their first since 2002.
They are unbeaten in all competitions since losing the Copa America final to Argentina in July 2021, a run of 15 matches which includes seven straight wins in the build up to Qatar, with this bet landing in six of them.
Serbia are on an unbeaten run of six matches themselves, and are more than capable of finding the net with their threat up front, but have a poor record at the World Cup, having lost seven of nine previous games and never escaping the group stage.
*Odds subject to change.
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