Where are the goals?
Matt Brocklebank brings you his predictions for the World Cup Super 6 game and doesn't expect a goal in the opening two Group D matches.
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Colombia's Group C clash with Greece gets the Super 6 action kicked off at 1700 BST on Saturday before Uruguay v Costa Rica and England's opening game against Italy in Group D complete the matches on the first day.
Sunday sees the second half of the Super 6 contests take place. Switzerland meet Ecuador in Group E to get the competition back under way before France face Honduras and Argentina clash with Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Matt Brocklebank is the latest member of our football team to offer his predictions for the six matches.
Colombia 2 Greece 0 – Greece struggle for goals and even their tight defence may struggle to keep a quality Colombia at bay
Uruguay 0 Costa Rica 0 - Expect a scrappy affair and Costa Rica are fancied to frustrated their higher-rated rivals
England 0 Italy 0 - Both nations being desperate not to start with a loss will result in a goalless encounter
Switzerland 0 Ecuador 1 - Neither team set the world alight in the goals department during qualification
France 2 Honduras 0 - France have quality throughout and their goalscoring talents should shine through
Argentina 2 Bosnia 1 - Bosnia are expected to put up a brave effort in defeat against many people’s idea of the World Cup winners
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