World Cup daily acca: Our tips for Thursday's matches
This 6/1 four-fold for Thursday's World Cup fixtures features positive results for Colombia and England, along with Japan sealing their last-16 spot.
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Japan to win or draw v Poland (15:00) –
Japan have been the surprise performers in Group H, having beaten Colombia and drawn with Senegal in their first two matches.
The Samurai Blue just need to avoid defeat to secure their spot in the last 16 and should be backed to do so against a Poland team that have disappointed in Russia.
Adam Nawalka’s side are already out, having lost two from two, and were poor in their 3-0 defeat to Colombia on Sunday.
Colombia to beat Senegal (15:00) –
Colombia recovered impressively after their 2-1 defeat to Japan in their World Cup opener to hammer Poland 3-0 on Sunday.
James Rodriguez, Juan Quintero, Juan Cuadrado and Radamel Falcao were all superb, with the former two assisting the latter two to score.
They will trouble Senegal’s defence, who were unimpressive in their 2-2 draw with Japan.
England to win or draw v Belgium (19:00) –
Both England and Belgium qualified for the last 16 in emphatic fashion over the weekend, winning 6-1 and 5-2 respectively.
But Roberto Martinez has already spoken about resting players with a potentially favourable path to the final for the second-placed side in Group G.
Jan Vertonghen, Thomas Meunier and Kevin De Bruyne are all one booking away from suspension and therefore likely to miss out, while Romelu Lukaku has an ankle injury.
England are currently top by virtue of disciplinary record and are likely to finish there if they avoid defeat.
Tunisia to beat Panama (19:00) –
Panama’s 6-1 defeat to England meant that both of these sides were eliminated with a game to go.
The Central American side have conceded nine goals in their first two matches, which is already the fourth-most in the competition’s history, and will also be without the suspended Armando Cooper and Michael Murillo.
Tunisia, who scored three against England and Belgium, should edge it.
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