World Cup daily acca: Tips for Friday's matches
We've got your bet covered for day two of the tournament, with this 6/1 treble that predicts a decent opener for controversy-hit Spain.
We’ll be keeping track of the profit and loss of our accumulators throughout the World Cup, so make sure you check back to see how we do.
Uruguay to beat Egypt (13:00) –
Uruguay beat Uzbekistan 3-0 in their only warm-up friendly to make it three consecutive victories to nil and extend their unbeaten run to nine matches.
Egypt will have to make do with a half-fit Mohamed Salah. They have failed to win any of their last four games without him, scoring just one goal in a 1-1 draw against Kuwait.
Morocco to beat Iran (16:00) –
Morocco rounded off their World Cup preparation with a 3-1 win over Estonia and have won seven of their last eight matches.
They are 18 unbeaten and should see off an Iran side whose last two matches were a 2-1 defeat to Turkey and narrow 1-0 win over Lithuania.
Spain to beat Portugal (19:00) –
Spain haven’t lost since they were knocked out of Euro 2016 by Italy – a run that spans 20 games.
La Roja have also won two of their last three warm-up friendlies, including a 6-1 spanking of Argentina, and are still a good enough side to win despite the departure of manager Julen Lopetegui.
Portugal didn’t win a single group game in France two years ago and their victory over Algeria last time out was their first in four, having lost to the Netherlands and drawn with both Tunisia and Belgium.
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