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Here's Tom Clee's tip for Nigeria v Argentina to get you started...

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Argentina to win –

Argentina have been unconvincing so far, but then that was also the case in 2014 when they made it all the way to the final.

The South Americans have a habit of crawling over the line, and will surely get the result they need to scrape through to the knockouts against a side they have beaten at the three of the last four World Cups.

Lionel Messi to score –

Messi had gone four qualifying games without a goal before netting a hat-trick in Argentina’s final match against Ecuador to secure their place in Russia.

Even if he doesn’t produce the same talismanic performance on Tuesday, the fact Nigeria have conceded a penalty in each of their matches so far bodes well for his chances of getting on the scoresheet.

Ahmed Musa to score –

Musa scored two sensational goals against Iceland on Friday, and also bagged a brace against Argentina in 2014.

Considering how toothless Nigeria looked when he didn’t start against Croatia, the Leicester striker is the man most likely to punish a porous Argentinean defence.

Over 4.5 cards –

Argentina had three players go in the book against Croatia, and that ill-discipline is unlikely to improve with more on the line this time around.

Nigeria have received one yellow in each of their games so far, but, having picked up at least two in seven of their last nine competitive matches before the tournament, can also be relied upon to do their bit in this winner-takes-all clash.

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