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World Cup Betting Tips: Enhanced odds on Argentina to qualify and Cavani to score

10:17 AM GMT 30/06/2018
Edinson Cavani Uruguay 2018
Saturday's round of 16 matches see some of the world's best players in action across Russia and dabblebet have two price boosts covering both games

With the group stages now complete, the 2018 World Cup really starts to heat up.

The Round of 16 has thrown up some blockbuster ties with Saturday's clashes looking especially appealing from a punting perspective.

dabblebet have boosted one selection from each game allowing all customers an industry-best price on the chosen outcomes. The online firm will be boosting plenty more markets throughout the rest of the competition so be sure to check out the latest prices.

France v Argentina - Argentina to qualify at 13/10

Neither France or Argentina have shown their best in Russia thus far. While Jorge Sampaoli's side are outsiders to qualify for the quarter finals, they can call upon the best player on the pitch in their quest to progress.

Lionel Messi looked back to his sublime best against Nigeria, leading from the front with a superbly taken opening goal. That morale-boosting victory should go a long way towards restoring harmony in the dressing room.

Ever Banega's return to the starting line-up certainly meant the South Americans looked much more dangerous than previous matches and they certainly have the weapons to test a France side that haven't looked especially comfortable in their previous matches.

While they're underdogs to qualify, the 13/10 (2.30) about La Albiceleste getting through should appeal to those who believe Les Blues are being overrated by the bookmakers.

Uruguay v Portugal - Cavani to score anytime at 21/10

Uruguay's gradual improvement across their three group stage wins makes them one of the most interesting sides at the last 16 stage. Having cruised past Russia last time out, Oscar Tabarez's men face another step up against European champions Portugal.

Defence could be where the game is won and lost with the two-time World Cup winners yet to concede a goal but at the other end of the pitch there are two potent threats in Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez.

The former got his first goal of the tournament against Russia and after netting 10 times in qualification - more than anyone else from the South American pool - his intelligent movement will surely test a backline that have looked far from secure this summer.

Suarez may have had most of the headlines so far, but 21/10 (3.10) about Cavani scoring anytime certainly looks a fair price for someone with such an impressive international record of late.

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