Senegal 1.664/6 v Cape Verde 8.27/1, the Draw 3.45
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Will the real Senegal stand up for their last-16 clash with Cape Verde? If Sadio Mane and co. don't find their firepower soon they will be in trouble.
James Eastham says: "Were Senegal to get an early goal, Cape Verde would obviously have to take risks and the game might open up.
"Should that happen, there are no guarantees Cape Verde would be able to breach a Senegal back line that has yet to concede a goal at the tournament, and boasts Edouard Mendy in goal, plus the likes of Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly and PSG's Abdou Diallo in defence.
"All evidence points towards this being a low-scoring encounter. We're happy to back Under 2.0 on the Goal Lines market. With this selection, you'll make a profit if the game has no goals or one goal in 90 minutes, and get your stakes back if the game has two goals in 90 minutes."
James' bet: Back Under 2.0 @ 1.9520/21
Antwerp 1.9210/11 v Sint Truiden 4.47/2, the Draw 3.711/4
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Tobias Gourlay expects the Canaries to keel over in Belgian First Division A this afternoon.
Tobias says: "We're in Belgium today for the top-flight clash between third-placed Antwerp and 11th-placed Sint Truiden. We fancy the hosts to get the job done with something to spare.
"Antwerp have won seven of their last nine league games at Bosuilstadion. Brian Priske's men have scored at least twice in five straight, winning 4/5. In all four wins, the margin of victory was at least a couple of goals.
"At one point this season, Sint Truiden were W4-D1-L2 on the road. Since then, they've lost four straight. They've conceded twice in 4/4 and the margin of victory was two goals in 3/4. We'll take Antwerp to cruise past the Canaries today."
Tobias' bet: Back Antwerp -1.0 @ 2.3611/8
QPR 2.186/5 v Swansea 3.711/4, the Draw 3.613/5
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Promotion-chasing QPR welcome Swansea to West London for Tuesday night's televised clash from the Championship.
Mark O'Haire says: "QPR have picked up maximum points from their past four fixtures and have posted W11-D2-L4 in league action since late-September. Rangers boast a W7-D3-L3 home record - silencing six of their 13 guests - and have scored in 24 of their overall 26 Championship outings this term. Even so, performance data suggests the R's are overperforming.
"Swansea have W8-D7-L9 in 2021/22, a reasonable return considering Russell Martin was appointed on the eve of the season. The majority of the Swans best work has been produced at the Welsh base with the visitors returning W3-D3-L6 on the road (W1-D2-L5 at teams above them). Expected Points (xP) projections rank Swansea inside the bottom-eight.
"QPR boast an excellent record in front of goal but Rangers have tightened up on home soil with matches at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium no longer the goal-filled occasions they used to be. Matches here have averaged only 2.15 goals with 10 of 13 fixtures featuring Under 2.5 Goals 1.87 with Both Teams To Score 1.87 banking in just 5/13."
Mark's bet: Back Chris Willock for an Anytime Assist @ 4.3310/3
Paul Higham also concentrates on the big game in the Championship this evening, albeit from a different angle, for his bet of the day.
Paul says says: "QPR aren't the dirtiest team in the world, but in defender Robert Dickie they have a player who isn't scared to get stuck in.
"He's got seven bookings this season in the Championship, with three of those coming in the last four games so he's "in-form" in terms of getting his name taken.
"Dickie also saw yellow the last time the two teams met, so all things considered the 3/1 available on the Sportsbook for him to get booked here looks a nice slice of value."
Paul's bet: Back Robert Dickie to get booked @ 4.03/1