Four FIFA World Cup matches are lined up for Tuesday, November 22, with big teams like Argentina and France set to lock horns with Saudi Arabia and Australia respectively. Denmark will take on Tunisia and Mexico gear up to take on Poland in the other two matches.

Argentina vs Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia have been a pretty resilient team in defense this year but they have been unable to score enough goals, and that might haunt them again in this match against a quality team like Argentina. Lionel Messi and his men are a quality attacking side and are equally good in defense as well. Tipsters are predicting a minimum of 2.5 goals for this match and we expect Argentina to sweep this contest by a 3-0 scoreline.

Denmark vs Tunisia

This is also expected to be a pretty one-sided contest, considering the gulf in the quality of the two sides. Tunisia will be eager to cause an upset but they are miles behind Denmark in terms of quality and experience at this stage. Denmark have the firepower needed to claim a big win in this match, and they are expected to be on the winning side by at least a 3-0 scoreline.

Mexico vs Poland

Now this is expected to be a tight contest as both sides are evenly matched on quality and experience. Poland obviously have a star striker like Robert Lewandowski in their ranks but other than that both teams are pretty much on the same level. Moreover, none of the teams would want to lose this encounter. Rather they will be looking to play safe and be solid in defense. So, we expect them to play out a 1-1 draw.

France vs Australia 

Australia have proven themselves as an improving team over the years and have some good quality in their ranks right now. France’s recent injury woes have also increased Australia’s chances of doing well in this match. But the Les Bleus are still an intimidating side, with enough quality on their bench. They can be expected to ace this contest pretty easily, even in the absence of key players like Paul Pogba, Raphael Varane and Karim Benzema. We expect France to win this contest by a 2-0 scoreline.¬†

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