Football Accumulator Tips: 27/1 four-fold for Thursday's offering
The World Cup is now out in full force, and still there is over a week of quadruple headed days left to enjoy at the tournament!
Thursday sees Switzerland and Cameroon face off at 10am, before Uruguay and South Korea kick things off over in Group H. Continuing the day is Portugal and Ghana at 4pm before Brazil and Serbia cap off what is sure to be another dramatic day in Qatar.
Here at BettingOdds.com we've provided you with a four-fold for Thursday's fixtures, focusing on match goals and anytime scorers. The accumulator pays best with bet365 at a price of 27/1.
Football Accumulator Tips
Under Three Match Goals in Switzerland vs Cameroon
Switzerland piqued with their spot-kick knockout victory over France at last year's European Championship. They gave Spain a good run for their money in the subsequent quarter-final tie, but it wasn't to be for them to claim another scalp at the tournament.
The Swiss enter Qatar on the back of three straight wins over Portugal, Spain, then Czech Republic; turning around a dismal three-game losing streak from their opening trio of Nations League fixtures.
Pair this with the fact that Cameroon aren't blessed with goals - scoring just three in their five most recent games and only five when stretching that to the last seven - and a simple, low-scoring win for Switzerland seems likely.
Darwin Nunez Anytime Scorer vs South Korea
Despite giving Uruguay a late injury scare, Darwin Nunez is expected to start his side's World Cup opener.
Love him or loathe him, there are two things you can't deny the Liverpool striker: he is pure box office entertainment and an aerial menace.
The 6ft+ forward is averaging a goal every two games in the Premier League, having netted nine times in 18 matches across all competitions. And while he's only made a handful of appearances for his country - scoring just three goals - a stage such as the World Cup Finals gives him the perfect platform to shine.
If he doesn't succeed in the air, then his lightning pace should provide joy behind what is sure to be a compact South Korean defensive unit.
Rafael Leao Anytime Scorer vs Ghana
Continuing with anytime scorers in Thursday's games, Portugal's Rafael Leao is the next name to catch the eye.
The AC Milan forward is averaging just under a goal every two games in Serie A this season, registering six goals and five assists in the Italian top flight for a team that sits second in the division.
He's 3/1 with William Hill to score at any time against Ghana, and given the kind of energy that will be surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo before, during and after this game, it should give Leao a real sense of freedom to express himself out on the pitch.
Despite not having scored for his country yet in any of his 11 appearances, it's only a matter of time before he replicates his club form for his country. A Ghana side who conceded four to Japan and lost comfortably to Brazil can help him break his international duck.
Over Two Match Goals Between Brazil and Serbia
Thursday's closer is perhaps the pick of the bunch. Red-hot favourites Brazil will see how they withstand under the pressure when they face Serbia in the 7pm kick-off.
Seeing Argentina fall to Saudi Arabia in arguably the most seismic World Cup upset ever may currently have some Brazil outright backers sweating. But this team has fallen before the quarter-finals only once since 1982, and its 2022 cast look fired and ready to deliver a historic sixth World Cup trophy.
We already know what Brazil offer, but in terms of Serbia it's worth noting how blessed they are in the final third of the pitch. If Aleksandar Mitrovic starts he is likely to be paired with Juventus' Dusan Vlahovic in attack, combining a prolific pair who have notched 17 times between them this season.
To add a bit more fuel to the fire, this overs line has been successful in four of Brazil's last five games, including twice where they conceded to inferior opposition in Tunisia and South Korea; indicating that they aren't quite as impenetrable as some would have you believe.