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Spain are growing into this competition but are still not completely convincing. That said, they should have no issues against an eliminated Moroccan side who have offered little so far and have failed to score in both games.
This will not be an easy game for Portugal and they will have to raise their performance from the Morocco game. Iran and Queiroz are clever competitors and will test Portugal, but one would expect Cristiano Ronaldo to take advantage when Iran have to leave spaces and attack as the game progresses.
There is nothing but pride to play for in this match but both teams will be motivated to leave the tournament on a positive note. Egypt have the greater quality throughout their starting line-up however and they have a real desire to get a positive result here and show they can compete at this level.
Both teams have 100% winning records so far and have already qualified for the knockout round so the pressure is off, but both will want to keep some momentum. Uruguay have not conceded in their last five matches but have stuttered going forward so with the intensity likely to drop off a touch here, do not expect too many goals in this one.
The pressure is firmly on both of these teams to get the win and that could lead to a more open game here. With two of the hottest goalscorers playing for either team, expect both teams to score with Lewandowski and Falcao desperate to get off the mark in Russia.
Both of these teams won their opening match which reduces the pressure on them in this game. In many ways, they may be happy to settle for a point each but Senegal are worth considering in the draw no bet market based on comparing the opening performances of both teams.
Germany struggled badly against Mexico where they were deservedly beaten and their recent form is poor. They will throw everything at Sweden here, but they face a well-organised side who will be tough to break down. They may ultimately win but this will not be easy, and do not expect many goals.
All the pressure is on Korea coming into this game which does not really suit their style of play. Mexico will look to control possession but it may even suit them to soak up pressure and hit Korea on the counter.
Belgium were one of the most impressive teams in the opening round of matches and they look formidable going forward. They have so many ways to unlock a defence and they are likely to be far more clinical than England who did create plenty of chances against Tunisia but could not punish them sufficiently.
This promises to be an extremely tight and hard-fought game between two well matched teams. The Swiss are the more predictable and consistent of the two but lack the flair of Serbia.
Two very different styles clash in Volgograd for what is a key match for both. Iceland can match Nigeria's pace and power, but have the tactical discipline and organisation to edge this game.
Costa Rica are not in great form and they have struggled against top class opposition recently when they have faced them. Brazil will be highly motivated for this one in a match against a team with poor self-belief which may offer them a gentle route to get back on track with a comfortable victory.
This is a crunch game for Argentina and a tougher one than their first game against Iceland. Croatia may afford them a bit more space, but they also have the greater attacking threat to exploit Argentina's weak defence.