THERE weren't as many goals in the women's World Cup as we hoped for with Germany and Norway winning 4-0 and 3-1 respectively but missing loads of chances to cover the expected margins of victory.
That's another double down and June's been a desperate month for the accumulators. I needed Chile -1 to recover my losses but we know what happened in a remarkable Copa America match.
A crazy first half finished 2-2 at which point I called it a night. I did advise to cover the Super Single if Chile took the leas so hopefully anyone still up did that. No one could have predicted it ending 3-3 but I read Chile had two second-half gols disallowed that were perfectly good so that's one ref who'll not being a night out in Santiago.
On Tuesday Copa America sees Paraguay face Jamaica and I'll be looking closely at Paraguay after their fine comeback to draw 2-2 against Argentina from 2-0 down. Paraguay are a biggest 5-6 with BetVictor. Later it's Argentina v Uruguay and that could be a low scorer but I'll have a better look at it later.
There are a pile of World Cup qualifiers from the Concacaf and Asia as well as some friendlies but I'm not sure I'll be looking too closely at them. I've seen comments from people tipping Poland at 1-1 against Greece and while it's tempting both sides will field experimental sides so it might be better seeing line-ups before betting on a low-key friendly.
And in the women's World Cup it's China v New Zealand and Holland v Canada.
All day I've been thinking about doing Paraguay-Jamaica both to score as the Super Single and I've decided to go for it. Paraguay were a threat in the second half against Argentina and could have scored more while Jamaica actually had more possession than Uruguay and had chances to score in their opener.
3pts Super Single
Paraguay v Jamaica btts (10pm)
June Super Single record
23 bets (10 winners, 13 losers)
June Daily Double/Top Treble record
11 bets (1 winner, 10 losers)
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