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The World Cup has been a heartbreaker at times for the free picks section of LazyBets. Harry Kane scored a late winner to spoil our under 2.5 special in the late minutes on Monday night as England took the three points against Tunisia. We were close, but there was no Maradona victory cigar for us on with Monday’s free picks and we look to do better with our free picks and parlays today as the first leg of group play concludes with Group G.
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The Russian’s will have a much more difficult time against Egypt. Surprisingly, Mo Salah didn’t play in leg one of Egypt’s World Cup. Due to injury he was relegated to watching on the bench. Perhaps even more surprising was how close the Egyptians came to taking a point away from their contest against Uruguay. Suarez and co. needed a late winner to get three points that bookies thought would be much easier for them.
Egypt’s not forcing of Salah was likely tactical. Even with the Liverpool magic man, Egypt was never likely to take more than a point away from their game against a much deeper and healthier Uruguayan side. Games against Saudi Arabia and Russia look a lot more winnable, especially with a healthy Salah. By forcing him, the Egyptians could have seen their tournament hopes end on night one.
“Salah is fit” said manager Hector Cuper to reporters. “We always carry out a last physical before we announce our line-up. We will have an important test for him to see how he does. I think he will be able to play. He is an essential piece in our team.”
Egypt showed us a lot in their game against Uruguay. They can shut down good offensive players. They have good goalkeeping. They are disciplined. What they lacked in leg one was offensive spark, and that’s something that Mo Salah gives instantaneously.
The Russians are massive favorites in this game with a draw coming at 1.95 to 1 and a Russian victory coming in at even money with a +102 spread. Egypt is ridiculous value at +310.
At the end of the day, we just don’t put any stock into a win over the Saudi’s on home turf. The fact that the Russian’s scored 5 shows more how bad the Saudi’s are as opposed to how “good” this Russian side is. If Salah really is fit, he’s going to run circles around this Russian defense. At 3.1 to 1, it’s a fat payout for something that looks more probable than not.
Bet Egypt +310
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The Colombian's rely on the offensive prowess of James Rodriguez and Falcao.
It seems like just yesterday that James Rodriguez was announcing himself on the world stage with Colombia. That was years ago now, but the Colombian has always been known to impact a game. It’s troubling that he hasn’t been confirmed for the lineup the day before the game. He has a high chance of playing but is not a sure thing.
Falcao is also on this roster, but he seems long forgotten and secondary to the poster boy. At aged 32, this is one of the last if not the last World Cup for Falco. Falcao has been known to make a splash and always be dangerous. If anyone is going to score in this game, it’s him.
When you Combine the fact that the Columbians have other immense attacking options like Juan Cuadrado and defensive options like Zapata and Davinson Sanchez, it seems unlikely that they will lost this game. Sanchez comes from the 3rd ranked defense in Spurs from the Premier league.
Japan is weak. There roster features little in terms of top club talent. Shinju Kagawa headlines a team of non-recognizable. He’s fallen from the once high status he had in the Bundesliga. The Japanese player made just 19 Bundesliga appearances for perennial power Borussia Dortmund. Only 12 of them were starts.
With little else of note, the Japanese look massive underdogs in this one and are. They’ll be looking to push forth with a draw.