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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.

Germany could find themselves out in the group stage for the second consecutive tournament without a win, while Costa Rica and Japan can also qualify from Group E. You can find the full permutations here.

They could be joined on the plane home by Belgium or Croatia, with the Belgians needing a win to secure qualification while Morocco could pip the pair to top spot if they beat Canada in Group F.

World Cup Betting Tip of the Day

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

TipMan’s Bet Builder of the Day

Japan vs Spain – 1st Dec 19:00

Over 7.5 Match Corners

Over 1.5 Match Goals

Spain have been one of the standout teams so far this tournament and we fully expect them to qualify with the quality within their team. Other than Morata, Spain haven’t played with a focal striker but still delivered goals across their midfield and attacking options so expect them to continue this into the Japan game.

75% of Spain and Japan’s games have seen over 1.5 match goals with Spain scoring 8 in their 2 games so far. If the game is goalless at halftime, Japan will have no option to press forward which will play into Spain’s hand with the quality in the midfield to exploit the space and create chances

There is a 9.8 corners per game average between the 2 sides with 5.10 from Spain and 4.70 from Japan. With so much at stake, both teams will be pressing to win to nullify the result in the other fixture

Canada vs Morocco – 1st Dec 15:00

Over 7.5 Match Corners

Over 2.5 Yellow Cards

Morocco come into their final game with a fantastic win over Belgium and if they avoid defeat, they will see themselves progress to the knockout stages. Morocco have never lost to Canada in all previous meeting (W2 D1) but their last meeting was in 2016 and Canada have certainly come a long way since then.

There are 8.9 corners per game on average between the 2 sides. Morocco seem to concede more corners than they earn but today I can see this being the opposite way round. Yet to concede a goal, they will be playing high up the pitch with enough quality to hurt Canada in the wide areas which will result in more corners. They may look to waste time too should the game be out of sight keeping the ball in the corner where corners may rack up

Both teams have committed on average 12 fouls a game and have also drawn 13+ fouls a game too so expect this to be no different with tackles flying in. We’ve seen an average of 4.73 cards per game from these 2 teams which is above the World Cup average of 3.36. This coupled with the fact that Raphael Claus is taking charge and averages over 4 cards a game, over 2.5 cards looks like good value.

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Key stats & talking points

Germany could head home in consecutive group stages for the first time in their history with defeat, while Costa Rica could see themselves into the last 16 for the first time ever with three points.

Meanwhile, Belgium’s golden generation could find themselves out in the group stages after their appearance in the semi-final four years ago should they not beat Croatia.

Thursday, December 1st Live Stream Previews

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

Costa Rica vs Germany live stream: How to watch FIFA World Cup football online

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

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

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Ben Browning

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