Russia v Egypt preview: Back our 50/1 #BetYourWay tip
Back the hosts to book their place in the knockout stages with a win in their second match of the World Cup.
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Here's Jack Green's tip for Russia v Egypt to get you started...
Russia to win to nil -
After thrashing Saudi Arabia 5-0 in the first game of the tournament, Russia are good value to win and keep a clean sheet against an Egypt side that looked toothless in their 1-0 defeat to Uruguay.
The Pharaohs have only scored one goal in their last five games in the absence of Mohamed Salah, and they cannot be trusted to find the net with the Liverpool forward’s fitness still in doubt.
Artem Dzyuba to score last -
Dzyuba scored just 89 seconds after coming on against Saudi Arabia, and the 29-year-old target man is worth backing to make a similar impact late on this time around.
Egypt are vulnerable from set pieces, having conceded a Jose Gimenez header from an 89th-minute corner against Uruguay last Friday.
Mohamed Elneny to be carded -
Though not a prolific card-getter for Arsenal, Elneny is a bit of an enforcer in Egypt’s midfield.
The 25-year-old has been booked three times in his last five international appearances, and is likely to put in some heavy challenges in a game that Egypt must win to have a realistic chance of qualification.
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