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Here's Adam Drury's tip for Senegal v Colombia to get you started...

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Both teams to score –

Both teams have scored in three of the four matches in this group, and that trend should continue here.

Colombia attacked brilliantly in their 3-0 win over Poland on Sunday, while Senegal have scored twice – and conceded – in each of their first two matches.

Falcao to score first –

If James Rodriguez and Juan Quintero are in the same form as Sunday, Falcao will not be short of goalscoring chances.

Having netted his first World Cup goal against Poland – his fourth goal in eight internationals – expect the second to follow quickly.

Under 1.5 Colombia cards –

An early red contributed to Colombia picking up three cards against Japan, but they were the only ones they have received in their last four games.

Only one of Senegal’s last four opponents have gone above this mark.

Over 1.5 Senegal cards

Senegal, however, have received a couple of cards in both of their World Cup matches so far, and picked up five in their warm-up game against Croatia earlier this month.

If Colombia replicate their Poland performance, Aliou Cisse’s side may have to resort to foul play to stop them.

Salif Sane to be carded –

Sane has been booked in two of his last four internationals, and is a prime candidate for another.

Only one Bundesliga II player was carded more often in the 2016/17 season, while he picked up six more for Hannover in the Bundesliga campaign that has just finished.

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