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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

Cameroon vs Serbia - Monday 28th 10:00

Over 2.5 match cards

Over 7.5 match corners

Group G see’s Cameroon play Serbia in what looks like an early-stage elimination match, both teams lost their opening games and now anything less than a win will not be enough, which should make for an interesting game.

Serbia had a tough test against a Brazil side who looked very sharp with the ball whilst Cameroon were very unlucky to lose to Switzerland and played some nice football at times.

With so much at stake you’d expect a few cards to be brandished and both teams average 3.0 cards per match, but I’d expect that average to increase with the magnitude of this game. The two sides also both commit 10 or more fouls per game.

Matches involving the two teams have seen an average of 9.16 corners and both teams averaging 4 or more corners taken per game, again with what’s on the line there is no time to sit back and rest of your laurels, they have to go for it, and it should make for an exciting game with plenty of goal mouth action.

Portugal vs Uruguay - Monday 27th 19:00

Over 3.5 match cards

Over 7.5 match corners

Another huge game in game week 2 as we have Portugal face Uruguay. Portugal got off to a good start, but they were tested by Ghana and just about did enough in the end, whilst Uruguay drew against a well drilled South Korea team but in all honesty, they huffed and puffed without creating much.

A massive game now in particular for Uruguay who will need something from the game and Portugal can all but confirm qualification with a win.

Two spikey teams who are known for plenty of booking and with the importance of the game I don’t expect that to change here. Plenty of exiting attacking players which will cause both defences problems and you’ll see the foul count rack up here.

The two teams average 3.66 cards per game but in qualifying against nations they usually beat is very different to the World Cup with plenty at stake.

Both sides have plenty of attacking corners and both average over 5 corners for per game with a combined total of 10.6 corners per game. Both sides have players who are very dangerous from set pieces and we would expect them to both play to those strengths.

Monday, November 28 Live Stream Previews

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

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

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

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

Key stats & talking points

Brazil head into the Switzerland game on the back of a win over Serbia.

That game saw Neymar pick up an injury and the forward is set to be out for the remainder of the group stage, including on Monday.

Cameroon and Serbia both lost their opening group game, so a loss for either side on Monday would likely spell an end to their World Cup.

Portugal can secure a spot in the last-16 on Monday if they beat Uruguay and Ghana and South Korea draw.

Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to start and will be keen to bag another goal in order to overtake Lionel Messi’s World Cup goal tally, which is now eight alongside Ronaldo after he netted vs Mexico.

Latest World Cup news

Brazil sweating over availability of another trio of stars ahead of Switzerland

Portugal dealt major injury blow ahead of Uruguay clash

Kieran Trippier hits back at booing England fans following USA draw

What you may have missed

Croatia’s Andrej Kramaric takes aim at Canada boss Herdman: ‘Thanks for the motivation’

‘The best’ - Fans in widespread agreement over standard of Spain vs Germany clash

Mateo Kovacic matches 32-year-old World Cup record in Croatia’s win over Canada


Josh Barker

Josh Barker

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



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