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World Cup 2022 Best Parlay Picks, November 27

Written by: Greg Lea
Updated November 27, 2022
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We have another four World Cup 2022 games in store on Sunday, as Groups E and F resume in Qatar.

Spain vs Germany is arguably the standout match of the entire group stage, while Belgium and Croatia will be looking for victories over Morocco and Canada respectively.

We have made a parlay for Sunday’s games - why not play along by making your own?

The odds for November 27 are from the FanDuel sportsbook. New customers can get a $1000 no-sweat first bet with FanDuel.

Japan vs Costa Rica (Group E, 05:00 AM EST)

My Pick: Costa Rica To Score Zero Goals (-135)

Japan’s surprise victory over Germany on matchday one has left them in a fantastic position in Group E. Another win this weekend would be enough to secure their place in the round of 16 for the second successive World Cup if the Nationalelf fail to beat Spain in Sunday’s late game.

After his side’s success using a back three in the second half against Germany, it will be interesting to see whether Hajime Moriyasu sticks with that system here. But whichever formation he uses, Japan will surely have too much quality for Costa Rica.

An opening game against Spain was never going to be easy, but los Ticos were poor at both ends of the pitch last time out, failing to take a single shot all match. They struggled for goals in qualifying and will find it tough to score here too.

Belgium vs Morocco (Group F, 08:00 AM EST)

My Pick: Under 2.5 Goals (-125)

Michy Batshuayi scored the only goal of the game to help Belgium past Canada on Wednesday, but it was a deeply mediocre performance from Roberto Martinez’s men. Canada were the better team for most of the match and could count themselves unfortunate to suffer defeat.

Morocco, meanwhile, held Croatia to a 0-0 draw in arguably the dullest game of the tournament so far. The Atlas Lions did a good job of making life difficult for Luka Modric and co., but they did not offer enough of an attacking threat to pick up what would have been an excellent win.

With just one goal between them on matchday one, this is unlikely to be a high-scoring affair. Add under 2.5 goals in Belgium vs Morocco to your parlay for Sunday’s action.

Croatia vs Canada (Group F, 11:00 AM EST)

My Pick: Draw At Half-Time (+100)

Croatia were fancied by the best online sportsbooks to get past Morocco in their opening game, but the Vatreni struggled to break down their obdurate opponents. A 0-0 draw has left Luka Modric and co. with work to do, and they will not want to still be waiting for their first win in Qatar when they take on Belgium next week.

Canada have the means to cause Croatia problems here. The Maple Leafs were hugely unlucky to lose 1-0 to Belgium on Wednesday: Canada were the better team and would have picked up at least a point had they been more clinical inside the penalty area.

Defeat would be a huge blow for either team’s chances of progressing to the round of 16, so this could be a tight encounter - particularly in the first 45 minutes.

Spain vs Germany (Group E, 02:00 PM EST)

My Pick: Both Teams To Score (-176)

Japan’s come-from-behind victory over Germany left the Nationalelf stunned - and on the brink of an early exit from the World Cup. The four-time world champions crashed out in the group phase in Russia four years ago. Another defeat on Sunday would send them home before the round of 16 once more.

If Hansi Flick were to focus on the positives, he would look at the fact that Germany should have comfortably beaten Japan. They created numerous chances after taking the lead and could easily have been two or three goals ahead after three-quarters of the contest.

Germany certainly carry an attacking threat and the same can be said of Spain after their 7-0 shellacking of Costa Rica. Both teams to score is the way to go in Sunday’s final match.

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  • Location: Qatar

  • Dates: November 20 - December 18

  • How to Watch: Fox Sports, Telemundo, fuboTV

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Greg Lea is a freelance soccer journalist from London. He is the former editor of The Set Pieces, and has contributed to the Guardian, FourFourTwo, and ESPN. A Crystal Palace fan, he is a long-time subscriber to the belief that it's the taking part that counts. Email: [email protected]

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