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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.


Betting Tip of the Day

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

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TIPMAN'S DOUBLE OF THE DAY

1) France vs Poland - France over 4.5 corner + France ≥5 shots on target + 1.5 goals. 2) England vs Senegal - over 1.5 cards + England over 4.5 corners.

This Double has been boosted to 2/1 here!

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At 2/1, a £10 bet would return £30!

May 12, 2022

12:00 am GMT

Japan v Croatia – Monday 5th December 15:00

Over 2.5 Match Cards ☑️

Over 7.5 Match Corners ☑️

Japan and Croatia meet in the last 16 of the World Cup. Japan finished top of Group E above Spain and Germany and beating both of the aforementioned giants but losing to Costa Rica. Japan had a record low of 18% possession in the 2-1 victory over Spain.

Croatia qualified 2nd in Group F behind Morocco and ahead of Belgium and Canada, and conceded just 1 goal in their 3 group games.

The 2 sides average 8.9 corners per game but with both sides pushing for a win and fancying their chances of progression here, we expect over 7.5 corners to land with ease.

The sides average 2 cards per game but with all to play for here and neither side wanting to lose, expect plenty of heavy challenges and cynical fouls preventing counter attacks. The game will be officiated by American referee Ismail Elfath who has dished out 11 cards in his 2 world cup games and 1 red card.

Brazil v Korea Republic - Monday 5th December 19:00

Over 2.5 Match Goals ☑️

Over 6.5 Match Corners ☑️

Brazil face South Korea in a favourable last 16 draw for them. They head into this knockout game a huge 1.25 odds on favourite. South Korea do attack well though, and fast, scoring twice in their previous 2 group games and beating Portugal 2-1 to seal qualification.

The 2 sides have average 3 goals per game, but Brazil are creating and conceding plenty of chances. South Korea have to fight here to stay in the competition and will fight for all 90 minutes.

Brazil rested many key players in their 1-0 late defeat to Cameroon and we can expect most to come back into the starting 11 and will be fighting for a place in the Quarter-Final team, should they progress. They will be facing a tired and leggy South Korea who beat Portugal to progress just 72 hours prior.

The sides average 10.5 corners and over 6.5 offers great value here and should land with ease. We expect Brazil will go close to 7 corners alone. South Korea do play on the counterattack and may force a few corners themselves. Also, if the game is close and Brazil have a narrow lead, or if South Korea are still in the tie, we can expect plenty of clock running in the corner.

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Monday, December 5 Live Stream Previews

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

Japan vs Croatia live stream: How to watch FIFA World Cup football online

Key stats & talking points

Brazil head into their clash with South Kore as the heavy favourites.

South Kore have only made it to the last-16 once previously outside of when they were the hosts in 2002, with that tournament also the only time they progressed further than their current position.

Japan are also looking to make it past the last-16 for the first time in their history. They have reached this stage previously on three occasions.

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Josh Barker

Josh Barker

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



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