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World Cup Betting Tips: 3 Bets for quarter-finals

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Argentina take on Netherlands as England hope to qualify by beating the reigning World Cup champions.

World Cup enters its quarter-final round after a host of exciting last-16 clashes.

Morocco stunned Spain by eliminating them in the penalties, while England and Portugal qualified to the next round with big-margin wins.

As we prepare for the quarter-finals of the World Cup, let’s take a look at 3 betting tips for the next round.

Goals likely on both sides when Brazil meet Croatia

Brazil smashed South Korea 4-1 in their last-16 game, once again showcasing their brilliant attacking form.

Given Croatia’s recent defensive displays, we expect Brazil to find enough chances to score on Friday.

However, the Checkered Ones’ consistent goalscoring numbers suggest they will also have a good chance of scoring against Brazil.

Back Portugal to beat Morocco

Morocco’s solid defence once again saved them as they reached the quarter-finals with a historic win over Spain.

The Atlas Lions will most likely implement a similar strategy against Portugal. However, we expect the European giants to end Morocco’s dream run in the World Cup with their superior firepower.

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In addition to their in-form attacking line, Portugal boast a solid midfield unit, which can decide the upcoming match.

The likes of Sofyan Amrabat and Azzedine Ounahi should be prepared to be bombarded with a constant flow of chance-creating passes from Bruno Fernandes and Bernardo Silva.

Don’t expect goals when England take on France

England managed to reach the quarter-finals with an easy win over Senegal on Sunday.

The Three Lions will now face their most difficult test so far in the tournament.

France have also impressed with brilliant attacking displays but haven’t met a stronger side than England in Qatar.

We expect both sides to take conservative approaches to the game, knowing the other side have a devastating attacking line.

The side that possibly concede the first goal would face constant counterattack threats while pushing for the equalizer.

Despite the abundance of attacking talents on both sides, we don’t expect to see many goals in the upcoming game.