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World Cup Betting Tips: 3 Bets for Group Stage Day 11

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Argentina look to secure their last-16 spot as France meet Tunisia.

The World Cup enters its 11th day as teams from Groups C and D play their last games in the group stage.

As we prepare for an exciting Wednesday, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming games.

Let’s check out three betting tips for the group stage’s 11th matchday.

Back Argentina to beat Poland

Argentina revived their qualification hopes by beating Mexico in their second group-stage match.

However, they need another good performance to secure their place in the next round. 

Lionel Messi and co will take on Poland, who reached the top of Group C’s table by beating Saudi Arabia on Saturday.

We expect a similar game to Argentina’s win over Mexico. Poland might do a better job of closing down the spaces in midfield. 

However, a combination of Argentina’s form and Poland’s clumsy defending against Saudi Arabia convinces us that the Albiceleste will win the game.

Expect goals when France meet Tunisia

France have successfully secured a place in the knock-out stage after their first two games in the group stage.

However, we expect them to push for the win against Tunisia nonetheless.

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Kylian Mbappe’s hunger for World Cup goals was evident when he scored twice for the Blues against Denmark on Saturday.

Tunisia need to go all in with their attacks to have a chance of qualifying for the next round. We expect this to result in plenty of chances for Mbappe and his teammates at Al Janoub Stadium.

Back Denmark to defeat Australia

Denmark suffered a frustrating defeat against France to slip to third place on the Group D table after their second World Cup game.

They will now need to beat Australia to reach the next round.

The Socceroos clinched a crucial win over Tunisia to boost their chances of qualifying for the last-16 spot. However, we expect them to lose against their European rivals. 

Denmark looked more dangerous in their attacking moves against France. On the other hand, Australia’s shaky defence makes it harder for them to push for a draw.