Egypt v Uruguay preview: Back our 50/1 #BetYourWay
Back the South Americans to have the better of a low-scoring match at the start of day two in Russia.
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Here's Adam Drury's tip for Egypt v Uruguay to get you started...
Half-time correct score: 0-0 –
Uruguay have played just one warm-up game, a 3-0 victory over Uzbekistan, so are likely to take some time to get into their stride.
Given that Egypt – for whom Mohamed Salah is unlikely to start – have not scored a first half goal in seven matches since September, a stalemate at the break looks likely.
Uruguay to win to nil –
But once Oscar Tabarez’s side creak into gear, they should have enough to get over the line.
They have won all of their last three matches to nil, while Egypt have failed to score in their last two.
Mohamed Elneny to be carded -
Elneny consistently picks up cards, collecting three yellows and a red in his last eight matches for club and country.
That run includes a booking in last week’s 3-0 defeat against Belgium.
Tarek Hamed to be carded -
Hamed, Elneny’s midfield partner, was also carded in that Belgium match, and it could be a similar story here.
Uruguay will keep the ball well, and both Egyptian central midfielders may have to resort to fouls to stop them carving out chances for Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani.
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