Tobias Gourlay Says: Back Portland/Portland in Half Time/Full Time v Colorado @ 2.466/4
Paul Higham says: Man Utd to beat Burnley & both teams to score @ 21/10
Tipman Tips Says: Back Casemiro & Roberta to be booked at a boosted 12/113.00
Ste Tudor says: Back Rashford to score or assist v Burnley @ 1/11.98
Paul Higham says: Back over 6.5 Lazio corners, Zaccagni & Alberto 1+ shots on target @ 7/17.80
Jamie Kemp Says: Back João Félix to score anytime against Celta Vigo @ 8/52.56
Dave Tindall says: Back Jarrad Branthwaite and Aaron Hickey both to be booked @ 14/115.00
Paul Robinson says: Back Luton, Leeds, Leicester, West Brom and Cambridge all to Win @ around 35/136.00
Alan Dudman says: Back Saturday's League One treble @ 6/16.80
Jack Critchley says: Back BTTS in Ipswich vs Blackburn at 8/111.72
EPISODE 285: Arsenal vs. Spurs Preview with Dimitar Berbatov
France (11/10) are the new favourites to win the World Cup in 2022 on the Betfair Sportsbook with just four teams left in the competition. Having began the tournament at 13/2 a few weeks ago, their beating of England in the quarter-finals has moved the markets to become the new favoirites.
Argentina are 13/8 for Lionel Messi to bow out with the World Cup crown, whilst Croatia are 7/1, and Morocco - the first African ride to ever reach the semi-finals of the World Cup - are 10/1.
Away from the outright winner market, the favourite for the Golden Boot in Qatar is the current top scorer - France's Kylian Mbappe (1/2). His main threats come in the form of Lionel Messi (3/1) and teamate Olivier Giroud (6/1), who both have four goals each.
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