World Cup: Sunday best bets
Sunday 14 June 1998
Yugoslavia should give Iran a similarly tough time in St Etienne. Their striker Mijatovic is a tempting 3-1 (Coral and William Hill ) to score the first goal and it would be no surprise to see Yugoslavia also win 4-0 - generally an 11-1 chance.
Croatia should have the measure of Jamaica in Lens this evening and Suker is a fair bet at 7-2 (William Hill and Ladbrokes) for first goalscorer.. However, hit by injuries, Croatia may be happy to settle for a 2-0 win - 6-1.
Following his two goals against Italy, Chile's Salas is now down to 10-1 with Stanley - Ladbrokes went 50-1 before the tournament started - to win the Golden Boot award. Ronaldo is a top-priced 11-2 favourite with the Tote, while Batistuta is 7-1 with Coral. Shearer is 12-1 with Coral and the Tote, while Bierhoff is 14-1 with the Tote. Brazil are 100- 30 (Tote) to win outright with France 11-2, while Argentina are 7-1 (Tote). England are 10-1 (Ladbrokes).
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