France v Denmark = France to WIN & Over 1.5 Goals
France may have looked defensively susceptible at times against Australia, however, they offered plenty going forward and probably should have knocked six or seven past the Socceroos. Les Bleus began with an attacking XI and Didier Deschamps is unlikely to make too many changes for this contest. Denmark couldn’t find a way past a stubborn Tunisia outfit on Tuesday, however, they did create the best of the opportunities. The Danes are always hard to break down and they are suitably well-organised, however, if France can produce another scintillating attacking display, Kasper Hjulmund’s side may just come up short.
Argentina v Mexico = Argentina to WIN & Over 1.5 Goals
Argentina were the victim of one of the tournaments greatest-ever shocks on Tuesday morning as they blew a one goal lead against Saudi Arabia. Generally speaking, there does always tend to be a response to major setbacks such as this and I expect Argentina to answer their critics with a victory on Saturday. One thing in their favour is Mexico’s lack of firepower and they have struggled to create chances in 2022. They had plenty of possession vs Poland, but didn’t do an awful lot with it. With 24 crosses swung in, El Tri showed willingness, but they lacked an obvious direction in the final third.11/4 World Cup Double at bet365