MY Daily Double won for the second night running but this time I put points on it.
I backed Mexico and England to win their Toulon Tournament semi-finals and both were 3-1 victors.
Mexico had it easier than the English who trailed 1-0 at half-time to Scotland before wearing down a younger and less experienced side.
England boss Aidy Boothroyd rested Tammy Abraham and Tom Davies and I assume they'll be back for what will be an interesting final. Mexico held England 0-0 in the groups and will fancy their chances after a string of good displays since then.
It's the turn of the England senior side tonight as they play their final friendly before heading to Russia. Costa Rica are the visitors to Elland Road and Gareth Southgate will make a raft of changes to the side that beat Nigeria 2-1 on Saturday.
He has confirmed a debut for Liverpool's 19-year-old defender Trent Alexander-Arnold while Jack Butland will take over from No.1 keeper Jordan Pickford.
Jamie Vardy is likely to start up top and could be worth a goal but best bet could be under 2.5 match goals.
Elsewhere Portugal face Nigeria and Iceland tackle Ghana and while I'd be happy to have no bet I'm doing the same as Tuesday and posting a double with no points advised.
It's England v Costa Rica under 2.5 goals and Portugal, who should start Cristiano Ronaldo,. I may add points once I see confirmed line-ups.
Well done to the other winners on Wednesday and there were plenty.
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- England v Costa Rica under 2.5 goals (8pm)
- Portugal (8.15pm)
- (6-4, Marathonbet)
June Super Singles Total: -0.2pts
Jine Advised Accas Total: -2.2pts
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