World Cup Betting Tips: Tuesday treble paying 20/1 including more woe for Argentina

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Our tipster has selected three markets from the day's action in Russia and punters can get an industry best price of 20/1 (21.0) with dabblebet

The final round of World Cup matches presents plenty of opportunities for punters who want to place a bet on multiple selections in search of bigger potential payouts.

This treble for Tuesday's action includes selections from Groups C and D with two of the pre-tournament frontrunners looking to showcase their credentials in earnest.

dabblebet have boosted this treble to an industry-best price of 20/1 (21.0) for all customers.

Denmark v France - Christian Eriksen to score anytime

Australia v Peru - Both teams to score

Nigeria v Argentina - Nigeria/Draw (Double Chance)

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France are assured of their spot in the knockout stages but Les Blues have been far from convincing. Narrow wins over Peru and Australia mean they're worth avoiding at the current odds.

Instead, back Denmark's main man Christian Eriksen to add another goal to his international tally. Eriksen was on target against the Socceroos last time out and is his sides' most potent threat in front of goal. The 26-year-old has a superb record overall, having netted 17 times in his last 20 games for the national team.

Peru have nothing left to play for having lost both their opening games but the South Americans will be keen to get a goal on the board and created plenty of chances in both their previous matches.

Australia know nothing less than a win will give them a chance of a place in the last 16 so will need to commit men forward in search of goals. However, that need to force the issue could also see their defence breached for the third game in a row in Russia.

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Argentina's humbling by Croatia should be a huge warning sign to punters considering backing them at odds on quotes against Nigeria. Jorge Sampaoli's side are in disarray and could easily be caught out the African sides' pace on the counter attack.

Based on their defensive lapses in the opening two games, it would take a huge turnaround for La Albiceleste to shut out a side that offered plenty going forward last time out. Backing Nigeria - who still have a chance of qualifying themselves - to take something from the game looks a great bet at the current prices.

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