Saudi Arabia vs Korea DPR tips Chris T-Barcks
Despite showing glimpses of promise, Saudi Arabia failed to make much headway at the World Cup in the summer, but they can compete at this level. In fact, Juan Antonio Pizzi’s men come into the tournament as fifth-favourites, so they’re not to be taken lightly. Tuesday’s favourites, who can be backed at no bigger than 4/6 to win this match, have steadily built momentum over the last few months. Since leaving Russia in June, they’ve lost just one of their six matches, while they come into this tournament unbeaten in four. It would be wrong to say that they’ve created an overly positive impression, but they certainly haven’t created a negative one. They’ve done the business against some weak sides, while they even avoided embarrassment when losing by just two goals against Brazil.