World Cup Match 46: Senegal v Colombia

The final game of Group H will see Senegal taking on Colombia at the Samara Arena. Senegal needs just a draw, which will be enough for Colombia if Japan lose to Poland.

Stats

What’s their current form?
Senegal opened their World Cup with a 2-1 win over Poland, thanks to an own goal in the first half. They were then held to an entertaining 2 all draw with Japan.

Colombia suffered a shock first up loss to Japan 2-1 before bouncing back to a more indicative form as they trounced Poland 3-0.

Lineups
Senegal: K.N’Diaye; Wague, Koulibaly, Sane, Sabaly; Gueye, Kouyate, A.N’Diaye; Mane, Sakho, Konate.
Colombia: Ospina; Arias, Zapata, D.Sanchez, Mojica; Aguillar, C.Sanchez; Cuadrado, Rodriguez, Muriel; Falcao.

Any interesting facts I should know?
Colombia has kept a clean sheet in 4 of their last 6 games.

What should I be betting on?
Colombia to win well.

Wolf’s Prediction

Colombia’s red card in their opening group game has completely changed the dynamic of this group. They are the two best teams in Group H but one of them will likely miss out. A point will be enough to get Senegal through with both teams a change of progressing if they share the points and Japan lose to Poland. We saw Colombia’s true colours in the win over Poland and the Senegalese midfield will have to be clinical if they are to avoid defeat. The Wolf believes that we will see Kouyate join Gueye in holding midfield leaving Mane and Niang to lead the counter. the impact of James Rodriguez was instant with the Bayern Munich star grabbing two assists. Falcao, Cuadrado and Quintero form a very dangerous quartet and with this much attacking talent on display, The Wolf is predicting goals aplenty. There have been 3 or more goals in 6 of Colombia’s last 7 World Cup matches while Senegal are part of a select group to have score multiple goals in each of their matches at Russia 2018. The Wolf cannot wait for this one!

Recommended Bets

Best: Over 2.5 goals ($2.00)
Other: Match Result & Both To Score – Draw ($4.40)
Buildabet: Both Teams To Score 2+ ($7.00)


FAQ’s

TV channel, kick-off time, betting odds, tips, live stream and team news

What time is kick off? The game starts at 6pm (local time) on June 28. In Australia, kick-off will be at 1am on June 29th.

What TV Channel is it on and can I live stream it? In Australia, the only network with live broadcast rights is SBS. SBS Radio will also cover games that aren’t broadcast. Optus Sport in Australia will broadcast every game live as well via live streaming, however it will be available to subscribers only.

What’s the team news and who’s injured? Both sides are fully fit.

Who’s the referee? Not yet announced.

What happened the last time they played each other? There has been just the one clash between these sides. Back in 2014 they drew 2 all.

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