Croatia v Nigeria preview: Back our 18/1 #BetYourWay
We talk you through how to squeeze a bit of value out of a likely win for the Croatians, including a likely goalscorer and disparity in booking points.
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Here's Tom Clee's tip for Croatia v Nigeria to get you started...
Croatia to win and under 3.5 goals –
Croatia are big favourites for this game, but it’s unlikely to be a goal-fest.
They only mustered 15 in 10 qualifying matches and four over two play-off legs against Greece so, even allowing for a rogue Nigeria goal, it makes sense to back unders here.
Andrej Kramaric to score –
Kramaric scored the winner in Croatia’s final friendly against Senegal, despite spending just 12 minutes on the pitch.
Having bagged three in six internationals before that, he’s in good form and well-rested for Saturday.
Under 1.5 Croatia cards -
Croatia have only received six yellow cards in their last eight competitive matches, and four of those came in one ill-tempered game against Turkey.
Over 1.5 Nigeria cards -
Nigeria have picked up at least two bookings in seven of their last nine competitive games, and will need to make themselves felt once again if they are to stop Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic from pulling the strings in midfield.
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