BTTS yes/no tips for Thursday's World Cup matches
Both teams to score? We provide the answer with a 12/1 acca for these games from Groups G and H.
Japan v Poland: Yes
Japan’s 2-2 draw with Senegal on Sunday was the third consecutive game in which they’ve scored at least two goals and also conceded.
The Samurai Blue are without a clean sheet in nine games, finding the net in seven of those matches.
Expect a high-scoring game in their final group game against Poland, who have let in five goals at this World Cup so far but have scored 10 goals in their last five matches.
Senegal v Colombia: Yes
Senegal have notched four goals in their two group games so far, and have now scored in four matches in a row.
The African side were defensively shaky in their 2-2 draw with Japan, and it’s hard to see them keeping a clean sheet against Colombia, who were so impressive in a 3-0 win over Poland on Sunday.
Colombia have scored in both their matches so far despite going down to 10 men very early against Japan in their opening game, and have to be backed with the attacking quartet of Radamel Falcao, James Rodriguez, Juan Cuadrado and Juan Fernando Quintero all in fine form.
England v Belgium: Yes
This game is a perfect BTTS candidate, featuring two sides who have each bagged eight goals at the World Cup so far.
England have been dangerous going forward, particularly from set pieces, but have failed to keep out both Tunisia and Panama in their two group matches.
Belgium kept a clean sheet against Panama but let in two against Tunisia on Sunday, so it’s unlikely that they’ll keep Harry Kane off the scoresheet – particularly if Roberto Martinez rests some key players as expected.
Panama v Tunisia: No
Dead rubbers tend to be snooze-fests, and this one should be no different.
Panama scored their first ever World Cup goal against an England side that had effectively switched off, but the Central Americans have only hit the target four times at the tournament so far.
Tunisia have been marginally better in attack, scoring twice against Belgium and once from the penalty spot against England, but they’ve also only worked the goalkeeper six times across their two matches.
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