Australia v Peru: No

Peru are yet to score at the World Cup, firing blanks against both Denmark and France.

Just one of the South American side’s last nine games have seen goals at both ends, and Tuesday’s meeting with Australia should be no different.

Both of the Socceroos’ goals at this World Cup have come from the penalty spot, racking up just five shots on target across their two matches so far.

Denmark v France: Yes

Denmark broke the deadlock after just seven minutes against Australia, and have now scored in three successive matches.

Age Hareide’s side should again find the net against a France side that will almost certainly rest several key players, and have kept just two clean sheets in their last eight.

Antoine Griezmann is sure to start for Les Bleus, however, so they’re a good bet to get a goal for the 12th successive game.

Iceland v Croatia: Yes

Prior to their 2-0 defeat to Nigeria last week, Iceland had both scored and conceded in all six of their matches at major international tournaments.

Expect them to get on the scoresheet against Croatia, who have already qualified for the next round and will leave out a number of the players that beat Argentina 3-0 last time out.

Zlatko Delic’s side have scored seven goals in their last three matches, and should find a way through an Iceland defence that is without a clean sheet in eight matches.

Nigeria v Argentina: Yes

Nigeria were excellent going forward against Iceland, with Ahmed Musa particularly impressive in their crucial 2-0 win.

Given how awful Argentina have been defensively at this World Cup, the Super Eagles can be trusted to do their bit on Tuesday.

Argentina had scored in seven consecutive games before losing 3-0 to Croatia last time out, and are also worth backing with Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero up front.


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