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Morocco Vs Spain - 15:00 Tuesday 6th December

  • Sofyan Amrabat to commit 1 or more fouls
  • Over 2.5 Morocco corners

Morocco and Spain do battle in the round of 16 with Spain seen as clear favourites but Morocco have looked a very good side so far and topped their group ahead of Belgium and Croatia.

The African side have been backed with a huge following in Qatar and they are sure to make it a hostile atmosphere for their opponents Spain.

Morocco have plenty of attacking options and Spain proved against Japan that they can be suspect defensively so the likes of Ziyach and Boufal will fancy their chances of causing Spain plenty of problems. Morocco average 3.5 corners earned per match while Spain concede on average 3.4 corners per game so the angle of Morocco picking up a few corners at a reasonable price looks a solid selection here.

Sofyan Amrabat, Morocco’s anchor in midfield is sure to be an important player here and have his hands full with some technically brilliant Spanish midfielders. This season in Serie A he has committed 23 fouls and has averaged 2.53 fouls per game, he has committed at least one foul in 95% of his games. With his important role of breaking up play and the quality Spain has its hard to see him not making at least one foul here.

Portugal Vs Switzerland - 19:00 Tuesday 6th December

  • Over 2.5 match cards
  • Manuel Akanji to commit 1 or more fouls
  • Over 6.5 match corners

Portugal and Switzerland play it out in this round of 16 match in what should prove to be an entertaining game. Both sides have been involved in some thrilling matches this season and it’s hard to think we’re not in for another great game here today.

Portugal will be the favourites here but this Switzerland side are by no means an easy team to beat, they have quality throughout the side and were narrowly beaten by Brazil in the group stage by 1 goal.

One thing that does look nailed on is cards, both teams have poor discipline records and have racked up the cards already in this tournament. Both teams average over 2 cards earned per match and Mexican referee César Arturo Ramos has given out on average 4.7 cards per game in his last 159 games.

Manuel Akanji, who recently signed for Man Cit,y averages 1.08 fouls per game this season but taking in to account he’s playing in a City side who absolutely dominate most teams they play you would expect him to be put under more pressure by the attacking players of Portugal here.

In terms of corners and similar to cards both teams have been busy with both corners earned and corners conceded this tournament and just in general. Portugal average 5.5 corners earned per game whilst Switzerland average 4.7 corners earned per game. Over 6 corners have landed in 80% of their games and both teams concede between 4 and 5 corners per game in recent times.

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Tuesday, December 6th Live Stream Previews

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

Morocco vs Spain live stream: How to watch FIFA World Cup football online

Today’s World Cup Betting Tips and Predictions

Portugal vs Switzerland betting tips: World Cup preview, prediction and odds

Morocco vs Spain betting tips: World Cup preview, prediction and odds

Stats and talking points

The final two World Cup round of 16 ties take place on Tuesday, with Morocco looking to fly the flag for Africa following the departure of Senegal on Saturday at the hands of England.

Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo is also in action, looking to prolong his stay at his fifth World Cup as his Portugal side face a tough test in the form of Switzerland, who were unlucky not to top their group as they trailed Brazil by just one goal.

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Ben Browning

Ben Browning

Football writer and analyst. Long-time writer of all things Arsenal and avid watcher of European football. Happy to discuss all things football over on Twitter.



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