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Betting Tips: World Cup Qualifiers Take The Stage!

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By Soccer Laduma - Aug 30, 2017 03:07 PM

France will take on Netherlands in a World Cup qualifier on Thursday, August 31. Les Bleus currently have a good undefeated streak and will be looking to get a win against a Netherlands team that have recently lost two encounters.

Venezuela will battle out against Colombia. The Colombians come into this fixture in good form, while their opponents have lost four out of their five matches.

With both Uruguay and Argentina in bad form, it will boil down to which team wants it more on the day when they go head-to-head on Friday.

South Africa travel away as they take on Cape Verde. Cape Verde will be hoping for a win after losing both of their opening encounters, however, Bafana goes into the game the better side.

 

France v Netherlands (World Cup Qualifier)

FIFA rankings: France 10th & Netherlands 36th

Useful facts: France are undefeated in five of their last six and have won three of their last six against Oranje. Netherlands, on the other hand, have won just three of their last six, losing two of those.

Roger Feutmba: Draw

 

Venezuela v Colombia (World Cup Qualifier)

FIFA rankings: Venezuela 69th & Colombia 8th

Useful facts: While Colombia are undefeated in four of their last five games, Venezuela have won just once in that timeframe. However, Venezuela have won twice and lost just once in their last four encounters with their opponents.

Roger Feutmba: Venezuela

 

Uruguay v Argentina (World Cup Qualifier)

FIFA rankings: Uruguay 17th & Argentina 3rd

Useful facts: Neither team is in good form at the moment, with Uruguay losing their last three games in a row. Argentina, meanwhile, have only won two of their last five. However, they have a distinct advantage in that they have won all of their last five against their opponents.

Roger Feutmba: Argentina

 

Cape Verde v South Africa (World Cup Qualifier)

FIFA rankings: Cape Verde 114th & South Africa 66th

Useful facts: Cape Verde have lost both of their opening games in the group, while South Africa drew and won their first two, respectively. The last time these two met, in the opening game of the 2013 AFCON, it ended in a goalless draw. However, in the 2006 World Cup qualifiers, Bafana Bafana won both games, ironically under the tutelage of current coach, Stuart Baxter.

Roger Feutmba: South Africa

 

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