2022 World Cup Tips and Predictions: France v Poland & England v Senegal
Stake - 3 de diciembre de 2022
Matchday two of the four scheduled days for the round of sixteen games of the World Cup is here!
Sunday looks to be as epic as day one, with four teams of true quality duking it out for rights in the quarterfinals.
The four nations that will be on display for the rest of the world will be France and Poland, while England and Senegal take each other on.
The group stage has been a great place to show off these four nation’s capabilities, but now is where it truly comes to fruition.
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Match Betting Previews
France versus Poland - Sunday, December 4th
France has been an electrifying side so far in Qatar even after losing their last (non-meaningful) game to Tunisia in the group stage.
The depth in the squad has been slashed due to some very unfortunate injuries within their roster, but nonetheless they progress on without much resistance.
The 2018 World Cup winners are poised to do some big things once again but are not the favourites in many people’s eyes.
Les Blues is determined to get back to the position that brought joyous faces and the happiest of smiles from the country of France.
Their roster shape is looking much different from 2018, although, and many of the youngsters have finally come up into the senior squad.
France will feel confident with the Poland draw they received for the RO 16, so expect them to play the game with pure attacking threats in mind.
Kylian Mbappe might be unleashed into a whole new dimension in this matchup versus a very suspect defence.
Robert Lewandowski and Poland have to thank their lucky stars after just narrowly qualifying for the knockout stage after losing to Argentina by two goals to none, a game where they had absolutely nothing created.
The overall team isn’t the flashiest on paper, but they do have some solid players in all top European flight leagues.
Poland making the knockout stages wasn’t expected by many and they are here to prove their haters wrong.
Their game plan against France will most likely result in a ton of drop backs in their own defensive half, while hitting on the counter.
If France isn’t careful, things can get spicy.
Betting Prediction - the Asian total of over 2.5 goals in this match between two sides willing to leave it all out there this Sunday.
England versus Senegal - Sunday, December 4th
The English Three Lions must be confident about their chances in this World Cup after a flawless pool play stage that saw them only drop points to the USA.
Garreth Southgate is still under heavy criticism from many English supporters, but that remains to be seen come to reality.
For now, England is focused on a match that is more than winnable on their terms.
The squad has to be one of the top four most talented within the whole world, emphasizing their youth talent.
On the other side, Senegal will be looking to play spoiler even without their star man Sadio Mane.
The Senegalese have had many great moments thus far, only losing to the Netherlands in their group.
This might come as a surprise to many, but AFCON has a hope in this team.
Betting Prediction - Senegal +1 in regulation time bets, as well as possibly taking this game in the penalty stages.