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10/1 World Cup Acca of the Day - 1pm Start


We go into the weekend and to get you started, we have a 10/1 acca of the day for the action on Saturday.

Here’s the three legs we like from the World Cup for this one:

  • Poland and Saudi Arabia to Draw
  • France to beat Denmark
  • Argentina v Mexico - Under 2.5 Goals
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World Cup Acca of the Day - 10/1 1pm Kick Off

We have three picks for our daily World Cup acca

Poland and Saudi Arabia to Draw

We kick off with a draw, Poland offered very little when they played their opener against Mexico, and could be in trouble once again here.

Saudi Arabia defended brilliantly after taking the lead against Argentina, holding onto it. They don’t need to win this, a draw will do fine, and we like them to keep Poland at bay, which leads towards this game ending as a draw.

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France to beat Denmark

A tale of two different sides here. France were excellent in their opener, and while injuries hurt them, they’ve got a togetherness from that, and with Kylian Mbappe hitting the ground running, a genuine matchwinner.

Denmark were poor in their opener, drawing with Tunisia, a game they could have lost. I expect better here, but given how strong France look, I have to side with them in this one.

Argentina v Mexico - Under 2.5 Goals

Rounding off the acca, we go with a goals pick. Argentina have it all to do after their opening day defeat and will find life tough here.

The pressure is on, Mexico defended well to keep Poland off the scoresheet in their opener, and this is a big South American clash, which neither will want to lose.

That all adds up to a game where goals may be at a premium, so under 2.5 in this one rounds off our daily acca.

Craig Jones

Craig Jones

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