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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 : Daily double by Tipman

Morocco Vs Portugal – 10th December 15:00

Over 2.5 Morocco corners

Over 4.5 Portugal corners

Morocco and Portugal go to battle in the quarter-finals with both teams fancying their chances of progression but Portugal the obvious favourites. Morocco have looked very good this tournament though, especially defensively which should make for a competitive game. It is hard to judge goals as Morocco will make things very difficult as they have already done this competition against Spain and Belgium.

Corners look a solid market; Morocco have averaged 3.3 corners per game this tournament whilst Portugal concede on average 4.2 corners per game.

The Portuguese have themselves averaged 5.8 corners per game and Morocco have conceded on average 4.9 corners per game.

England Vs France – 10th December 19:00

Over 3.5 France corners

Over 2.5 England corners

Harry Kane 1 or more shots on target

Arguably the tie of the round will see England play France in a blockbuster of a game on Saturday evening. It’s very hard to separate the sides in reality, with France being the slight favourites but it’s a game that can really go either way. Both teams look superb going forward but question marks surround both sides defensively.

Corners, are again a strong stat for both teams this World Cup. England have averaged 5.2 corners per game while France have averaged 3.9 corners against per game. France averages an impressive 6.9 corners per match while England have conceded 3.9 on average. Both teams have very exciting wide players who will be looking to supply their respective number 9s in Kane and Giroud so corners look a very safe selection here.

Harry Kane finally got off the mark in the round of 16 against Senegal and it could be time for him to come alive at this World Cup when England need him most, we all know what his records are like for club and country, and he’s averaged just short of 2 shots on target per match at this World Cup. He will be looking to exploit this French defence which is possible and the obvious penalty taker if England get one make this market all the more attractive

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Key stats & talking points

Morocco are bidding to be the first African side to reach the semi-final stage when they take on Portugal on Saturday afternoon, while Cristiano Ronaldo could set up a showdown (albeit from the bench) with Lionel Messi in the final should his side prevail against the north African outfit.

Meanwhile, England are aiming for back-to-back semi-finals as they take on France, themselves bidding to become the first side to retain their World Cup title since 1968. Kylian Mbappe, currently the top goalscorer at the competition, needs four goals in the remaining three games to draw level with Just Fontaine as France’s all-time record World Cup goalscorer.

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Ben Browning

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