Colombia vs England: Preview, Predictions and Betting Tips
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Final score: Colombia 3 – 4 England
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Date: 4th July 2018: 4 am
Stadium: Spartak Stadium – TV: Fox Sports
Colombia vs England 1×2 Predictions
England will be going into this game thinking about what could have been had they fielded a full strength side against Belgium. A win against the Belgians would have meant that Southgate’s men would play Japan instead of Colombia in the round of 16. Martinez also put out a weakened side but it proved good enough to beat England. The only conclusion one can take away from that fixture is that Belgium have stronger strength in depth and England fans shouldn’t be overly worried.
Colombia are a very good side and made an impressive comeback after losing their opening game to eventually top Group H but England should win this game with their star men back in the fold.
Colombia vs England Preview
For England, it was a case of getting the last group game out the way so they could begin tackling the business end of the tournament. The Three Lions will find themselves be in a real fight against Colombia and may even find themselves behind at some stage.
Los Cafeteros will hurt England if they are given space and time on the ball. They have some of the finest technicians at the World Cup who can pick a pass out of nowhere.
Colombia vs England Score Prediction
Both of these teams are capable of scoring goals and rely on attack rather than defense when it comes to winning games. Bet365 has a 2-1 England win priced at 11.00.
An early goal from either side will open this fixture up and get the best out of two very good attacking teams. Over 2.5 goals is great value with Betstar at 2.55.
Both Teams To Score Prediction
Collectively, these two sides have scored 13 goals between them in the group stages and they will both get on the scoresheet here. Punters can back both teams to score with Crownbet at fantastic odds of 2.16.
- England failed to keep a clean sheet in the group stages for the first time in 15 appearances at the World Cup after the loss to Belgium.
- England have conceded a goal in five of their last six matches.
- Harry Kane is currently the leading goalscorer at the World Cup.
- England goal- 16th to 30th minute is 5.00 with William Hill.
- Colombia kept two clean sheets during the group stages.