BetKing Preview: Portugal v Morocco: Back Cristiano Ronaldo to score anytime in Moscow

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The Real Madrid’s goal poacher stole the show against Spain and will be looking to do the same against the Atlas Lions in the Russian capital

Morocco trade tackles with Portugal for their second Group B game at the Stadion Luzhniki on Wednesday afternoon.

Herve Renard’s men scuttled their chance of picking at least a point in their opening game against Iran after Aziz Bouhaddouz turned the ball into his own net in stoppage time.

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Although they boast of an advantage over the Portuguese having won their only meeting back in 1986, nevertheless the loss against the West Asians will definitely put them under immense pressure to perform in this outing and given the impressive start of their contestant, they will have it all to do to surmount BetKing’s odds of (6.20) to claim the maximum points.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s genius display helped Portugal kick-start their campaign in the tournament on a decent note, bagging a hat-trick to earn his side a famous 3-3 draw with 2010 champions Spain.

However, the Selecao will be aiming this time around not to miss out on the three points and are backed by the same betting outfit at (1.63) to come out on top.

A no-winner, no-vanquish outcome is available at a chunky (3.75) with the bookies.

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Fernando Santos’ men have not tasted defeat in their previous four outings and are favoured at (1.12) to continue the inspiring form in this contest.

Portugal have scored six goals in their last two games while the north Africans have registered five goals in their previous three ties which makes the odds of (2.10) an interesting pick for three or more goals to be seen here.

Cristiano Ronaldo made the difference last time out against the Spanish side and is tipped by BetKing at (1.95) to once again find the net in this encounter.

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