The international break is here, a period many dislike because they will not be able to stake on or watch their favourite teams. You may be feeling bad because you have no games to stake on but trust me there are. Here is why you should trust these tips:
These top two teams in the world ranking will meet each other for the first time since 2018. Both of the teams have a deep squad and highly talented players. France may be the world champions but their recent form is somehow unsatisfactory. Belgium on the other hand have lost only once in their five recent games. This may be another win for them. Furthermore, the red devils have an unfinished business with the blue army who eliminated them from the recently concluded world cup.
Argentina are in an insane form. Winning all of their five recently played games and even lifting the copa America which they won against a lethal Brazil. Paraguay on the other hand are struggling and have one once, drawn once and lost thrice. Though south American games are predictable at times, this game finish in favour of Argentina. They also have the GOAT.
A thing about south American games is that they tend to be given high odds when it comes to overs and there are usually many goals scored. These two games have a reputation of having more that one goal at full time. This is a sure market.
Yes, I am a patriotic guy but also a reasonable one. This kenyan side has never been on a good form in like years. They are up against a highly dangerous and one of the best teams in Africa. When the two meet, it will take a miracle for Mali not to win this one.
We all know how tactical this Italian side was in the Euros. They may have encountered a little difficulty when they played Enrique's side but that does not mean they will lose. Spain have fallen from the grace they enjoyed from 2008 up until 2012. They dont have a great squad compared to Italy and here a straight win for the Azzurri is imminent.
Having staked on the above matches, this will be your final slip:
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