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World Cup Daily Round-Up: Betting tips, previews, stats and latest news

Welcome to 101GreatGoals’ 2022 World Cup Daily Round-Up.

In this article you will find everything you need to know about the FIFA 2022 World Cup every single day of the tournament, so make sure to check back to the site on a regular basis.

Argentina and the Netherlands head into today’s games as the clear favourites to advance.

However, Australia will take solace in the fact that the South American outfit have already lost to Saudi Arabia this winter, whilst the USA will be boosted by their draw with England earlier this week.

World Cup Betting

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

Netherlands Vs United States – Saturday 3rd December

Over 1.5 USA Cards ☑️

Over 2.5 Match Cards ☑️

Netherlands vs USA go head-to-head in the last 16 after both sides qualified without being beaten in any of their 3 group games. The Dutch topped group A, whilst USA finished runners up to England in Group B.

Massive games now which will result in some high-pressure situations and help with our card selections and both teams have averaged 3.08 cards per game. Brazilian referee Wilton Sampaio has been consistently busy with his cards as he has averaged 5.25 cards per game in his last 152 games. He has also given 3 or more cards in 88% of games.

Netherlands will be the favourites and rightly so, but we do believe it will be a very close game and the USA have shown a very good pressing games especially against good teams like England.

Both sides have a combined average of 9.8 corners per match and with both teams looking to progress to the next round should see plenty of corners as both sides are dangerous from set pieces.

Argentina vs Australia – Saturday 3rd December

Over 1.5 Australia Cards ☑️

Over 4.5 Argentina Corners ☑️

Argentina and Australia do battle in the knockout stages in a fixture most people probably wouldn’t have predicted as the Aussies beat Denmark to claim the second spot in the group. Argentina recovered after a huge shock in game week 1 to top group C but have not looked as good as many would have predicted pre-tournament.

Obvious favourites Argentina will be expected to dominate the ball while the Aussies will be looking to disrupt play and make the game ugly. Polish referee Szymon Marciniak averages 4.37 cards per game and has shown 3 or more cards in 77% of his games.

With the mentioned prediction of how we feel the match will go you can expect Argentina to be dominating you can expect them to rack up some corners here. They already average 4.9 corners for per game and have had 4 or more corners in 70% of their games.

A game in which we have a clear favourite, but Australia have shown plenty of spirit and can expect them to put up a good fight which will play in to our two legs of the bet.

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Key stats & talking points

Australia are looking to make history on Saturday. They have never made it past the last-16 at the World Cup, only reaching this stage once previously in 2006.

The USA, meanwhile, are looking to advance past the last-16 for just the second time ever, previously reaching the quarter-finals in 2002.

Elsewhere, Lionel Messi heads into Saturday looking to overtake Gabriel Batistuta as Argentina’s all-time top scorer in the World Cup.

Messi has eight goals to his name at present, two less than Gabriel Batistuta.

Saturday, December 3 Live Stream Previews

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Argentina vs Australia live stream: How to watch FIFA World Cup football online

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