Uruguay take on England in Sao Paulo for their second game at the World Cup 2014 finals and this match could prove pivotal in which side advances to the Second Round.
Familiarity with the climate is in Uruguay's favour and they possess a dangerous attacking pair in Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani, so England's defence looks set for a long 90 minutes. The Three Lions will give it a good go, but they may just come up short in the end and Uruguay are the selection in the Match Odds market. Taking Draw/Uruguay in the Half-Time/Full-Time market is also advised as a tense opening 45 minutes is anticipated with fatigue likely to get the better of Roy Hodgson's side in the Brazilian heat after the break.
Returns on a Correct Score bet of 1-0 to Uruguay are reasonable and punters will be torn between Suarez and Cavani for First Goalscorer bets, with the former perhaps just preferred against familiar Premier League opponents at the back for England. Those fancying England to net first will be drawn to Daniel Sturridge as a potential First Goalscorer selection, while his Liverpool team mate Raheem Sterling appears to be unfased by anything despite his tender age and would make appeal as an Anytime Goalscorer if starting the game.
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