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


It’s another busy Sunday of action at the World Cup with four games, including Spain facing Germany.

And three of Sunday’s matches find their way into our 10/1 Acca of the Day.

  • Belgium to beat Morocco
  • Canada to beat Croatia
  • Spain v Germany - both teams to score
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10/1 World Cup Acca - 1pm Start

We've got three picks from Qatar for our acca of the day

Belgium to beat Morocco

Belgium were pushed all the way in their opening match against Canada but got the win, and it could well be another low-scoring victory on Sunday, this time against Morocco.

The Red Devils have never lost to an African nation at the World Cup and can edge out a Moroccan side that struggle to score goals.

Canada to beat Croatia

There could be a shock on the cards at the Khalifa International Stadium on Sunday, with Canada looking a big price to grab a win over a Croatian side that lacked any spark in their 0-0 draw against Morocco in their opening game.

Canada, meanwhile, were impressive in their 1-0 against Belgium, and their pace and energy could cause Croatia all sorts of problems at the back

Spain v Germany - both teams to score

These two footballing heavyweights clash at the Al Bayt Stadium on Sunday evening, with Germany needing to take something from this match to avoid dropping out at the group stages once again.

And there should be goals at both ends in this one - the Germans have scored in 16 of their last 17 matches but failed to keep a clean sheet in this year’s Nations League campaign.

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Scott McGlynn

Famed for his Acca of the Day and Bet Builder selections, Scott provides tips across many sports on Freebets, and is our lead Scottish football writer