Wednesday World Cup Match Previews: Odds, Picks For Belgium vs. Canada & More

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  • Four World Cup matches will be played on Wednesday.
  • Canada, Belgium, Croatia, Spain and Germany will all feature.
  • Read on for our experts' best bets.

The World Cup moves to the opening matches in Group E and Group F on Wednesday, meaning there are four more matches to watch as you prepare for your Thanksgiving festivities.

In the early morning slot it'll be Morocco taking on Croatia, while Germany faces off with Japan in the 8 a.m. ET match. After that, Spain will meet Costa Rica and Belgium vs. Canada will cap off the afternoon.

Read on to see how Anthony Dabbundo and BJ Cunningham are betting the slate.

Morocco vs. Croatia

5 a.m. ET, FS1

In the opening match of the day, 2018 finalists Croatia will take on Morocco.

This isn't the same team that took the pitch in 2018, however, and Dabbundo is looking to take advantage of that. Read on for his full analysis.

Germany vs. Japan

8 a.m. ET, FS1

2014 World Cup champions Germany meet Japan in an important opening fixture for both teams.

Dabbundo believes this is another good spot to take a position on an underdog, and he explains why.

Spain vs. Costa Rica

11 a.m. ET, FOX

Speaking of former champions, 2010 winners Spain meet perhaps the worst side in the competition, Costa Rica.

Will the CONCACAF side be able to muster any type of threat? Cunningham evaluates why it probably won't.

Belgium vs. Canada

2 p.m. ET

The health of Alphonso Davies is the key question mark heading into this game, but it does appear he should be fit to play.

Dabbundo looks at the value in Canada's first World Cup fixture since 1968.

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