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World Cup Betting Tip of the Day

TipMan Tips Bet Builder of the Day: Friday’s World Cup Bet Builder Double

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1) Serbia vs Switzerland- Serbia over 3.5 corners + Switzerland 2.5 corners. 2) Ghana vs Uruguay - Ghana over 3.5 corners + Uruguay over 3.5 corners.

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December 02, 2022

3:00 pm GMT

Serbia Vs Switzerland - Friday 2nd December 19:00

Over 3.5 Serbia corners ☑️

Over 2.5 Switzerland corners ☑️

Serbia and Switzerland lock horns in a huge match in group G with both sides knowing a win should see them qualify for the next round, exactly as it did in the last World Cup.

This should make for a good game with both teams having to go for the win, especially in Serbia’s case who will be massively disappointed having thrown away a 2 goal lead against Cameroon in the last round of games.

Both sides average 5 corners for per game and with the magnitude of the game it’s hard to see either side not living up to those averages. It’s a very closely matched game which should make for an exciting match with both sides having to go for the win.

Switzerland have had 3 or more corners in 80% of their matches while Serbia have had 4 or more in 60% of their games but we can expect a few more for Serbia with the majority of pressure on them having to win the game.

Ghana Vs Uruguay - Friday 2nd December 15:00

Over 3.5 Ghana corners ☑️

Over 3.5 Uruguay corners ☑️

Ghana and Uruguay do battle in Group H and it’s another huge game with progression on the line and the African side holding all the cards after their win against South Korea in the last match.

Uruguay have been massively disappointing so far, but this is it for them now and a last chance to turn up. Ghana have been involved in exiting games losing 3-2 to Portugal and winning by the same score line against South Korea.

Both sides have exciting attacking players and can chase problems for anyone, but Uruguay look a more solid defensive unit.

Ghana have averaged 6.3 corners for in recent games whilst Uruguay have averaged 4.4 corners for in recent games. With all the pressure on Uruguay who have to win the game you can expect them to mount some pressure which will hopefully result in a few corners at the very least.

Both teams have averaged 4 or more corners for in 65% of their games but with the magnitude and importance of the game you can expect that to be matched at least here.

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Key stats & talking points

Cristiano Ronaldo will be eager to net on Friday as he chases down Lionel Messi’s World Cup goal record.

Portugal are already through to the last-16 but need a draw to ensure they finish 1st.

Serbia and Switzerland will battle it out for second place, with the former needing a win to pick up second place.

Neymar is expected to miss the game for Brazil vs Cameroon but he should return for the last-16.

Friday, December 2 Live Stream Previews

Serbia vs Switzerland live stream: How to watch FIFA World Cup football online

Cameroon vs Brazil live stream: How to watch FIFA World Cup football online

South Korea vs Portugal live stream: How to watch FIFA World Cup football online

Ghana vs Uruguay live stream: How to watch FIFA World Cup football online

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Josh Barker

Josh Barker

Middlesbrough fan from the North East of England. @JoshBarker979 on Twitter.



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