It’s day six of the World Cup and today sees the first outings of both Belgium and Russia while hosts Brazil face their second match of the tournament against Mexico.
Belgium, who have been backed by Ladbrokes News readers to win the tournament, face Algeria in Belo Horizonte, while Fabio Capello’s Russia meet South Korea and if you are backing the two for victories alongside a Brazil win, then Ladbrokes have an exciting Price Boost for you!
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The Red Devils, who are plenty of people’s dark horses to win the tournament, come to Brazil in good form after three straight wins in their World Cup warm-up matches. Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is also a man in good goal scoring form after firing four goals in his last three outings for Belgium. Algeria, who are on a run of four straight wins themselves, will be no pushovers but the likes of Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne should prove too good for their African counterparts.
Luiz Felipe Scolari’s team may not have been at their best in the World Cup opener against Croatia but they still got the job done to the delight of their home support. With the winner of this contest guaranteed a place in the second round you can expect improvements from the hosts when they take on Mexico at the Estadio Castelao. Neymar opened his tournament account with a brace in Sao Paulo and it would be no surprise to see him inspire Brazil to another three points here.
Fabio Capello’s side are the form team coming into this clash against Korea Republic having gone 10 games unbeaten. That’s in stark contrast to South Korea, who have won just one of their last five in the build-up to this tournament. The two sides met back in November in a friendly with Russia winning 2-1 and we are backing them to come out on top once again to complete this enhanced treble.
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