Following a successful last outing let’s try to keep the momentum going with a few more winners and keep posting your tips in the comments because we need all the help we can get.
Today Germany take on USA, we’ve seen both the good and bad of Germany as they terrorised Portugal but struggled against Ghana, whilst USA were unfortunate not to be two points clear at the top following Varela’s late equaliser against them. In what is expected to be a close game, back Germany -1 @ 2.55, the US do not possess the same breakaway speed that Ghana troubled Germany with and their quality up front may just be too much for USA’s defence who have conceded three goals so far in their two games. With Thomas Muller continuing his form in the World Cup from four years ago, and Mario Gotze looking irresistible at times it will be a difficult task trying to contain all that firepower.
In the final group games of the World Cup, Belgium take on South Korea and having won both their games so far, Belgium have done so without really playing well thus far and it is only a matter of time before everyone’s dark horse breaks into stride. Topping the group would mean they would likely avoid a Last 16 encounter with Germany so that should provide the necessary motivation for the team to outgun their opponents who have looked rather poor so far with a 1-1 draw against Russia and a 4-2 loss at the hands of Algeria. Eden Hazard has showed glimpses of brilliance, in particular against Russia, back the Chelsea player to score the first goal @ 6.00 as the South Korea defence will surely struggle with containing him.
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