Saturday at the 2018 World Cup sees Germany looking to bounce back from that defeat against Mexico
We’ve got another three games on Saturday, with World Cup matches coming from Group F and Group G.
South Korea 16:00 Mexico
Germany 19:00 Sweden
Belgium 13:00 Tunisia
Belgium and Tunisia are first up, with the Red Devils having beaten Panama 3-0 although we’re not expecting them to have an easy game against the Eagles of Carthage.
Roberto Martinez’s side took a while to find the breakthrough in their opening match, with Belgium potentially only getting their noses in front after the break.
Tunisia got their second-half tactics spot on against England and will look to defend solidly against a side who will feed the ball through to Eden Hazard and hope something happens.
Meanwhile, Mexico dust themselves down after an amazing win over Germany and look to get the better of a South Korea team who look flimsy.
The Taeguk Warriors didn’t get a shot on target when facing Sweden and this looks like a tougher assignment against an El Tri side who are focused on finishing top in this section.
They will be backed by a huge swathe of fans in the stadium and we’re happy to take them to win the match.
Finally, Germany should see off Sweden with the minimum of fuss, with Die Mannschaft ready to improve after their defeat against Mexico.
Sami Khedira could make way for a more attacking choice, with Marco Reus ready to step up to the plate and we might see the best of Timo Werner this time around.
All odds were correct at time of posting.