Belgium v Tunisia: No

Belgium never really looked like conceding in their 3-0 victory over Panama last Thursday, though that doesn’t say much about their defence given the standard of their opposition.

Nevertheless, the Red Devils have now conceded just one goal in their last six matches, and should keep another clean sheet against Tunisia.

The African side got on the scoresheet against England from the penalty spot but created little other than that, and also failed to find the net in their final warm-up friendly against Spain.

South Korea v Mexico: No

South Korea lost their opening game 1-0 to Sweden, and have now failed to score in three successive matches having also fired blanks against Senegal and Bolivia.

Shin Tae-Yong’s side failed to muster a single shot on target against Sweden, and now face a Mexico side that managed to keep a clean sheet against Germany on Sunday.

None of Mexico’s last eight games have seen goals at both ends, and this one should be no different.

Germany v Sweden: No

Sweden ended a run of three games without a goal by scoring a penalty against South Korea, but should return to their defensive ways against Germany.

The world champions, meanwhile, failed to get on the scoresheet against Mexico, and have now scored just three goals in their last four matches.

More surprising was Germany’s kamikaze defending, and it's likely that Joachim Low’s side will opt for a much more conservative approach this time around after repeatedly leaving their centre backs high and dry in their opening game.


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