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Football accumulator tips: Four fancies from Tokyo Olympics

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We’ve got four selections from Wednesday’s matches at the Tokyo Olympics for our latest football accumulator tips and are eyeing a near-8/1 pay-out.

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Spain to beat Argentina @ 19/20

La Rojita have faltered since claiming gold on home turf in 1992 and silver in Sydney eight years later but look fired up to put that right. Several players have travelled to Tokyo from Euro 2020, including Unai Simon, Pau Torres, Eric Garcia, Pedri, Dani Olmo and Mikel Oyarzabal while Real Madrid duo Dani Ceballos and Marco Asensio are also present. After kicking off with a goalless stalemate versus Egypt, Real Sociedad forward Oyarzabal netted late on in a 1-0 win over Australia and that can lift their confidence.

Germany to beat Ivory Coast @ Evens

Die Mannschaft scored goals for fun when silver medallists in Rio and have adopted the same attack-minded tactics in Tokyo. They went down 4-2 to Brazil in an entertaining encounter and then shaded Saudi Arabia 3-2, with Bayer Leverkusen playmaker Nadiem Amiri and Ragnar Ache of Eintracht Frankfurt scoring in both games. Germany still need a win here to go through, with Ivory Coast alongside Brazil on four points, but can be guaranteed to give it a real go and may just have too much firepower up front.

Mexico to beat South Africa @ 21/50

The 2012 champions in London crashed out at the group stage in Rio following a loss to South Korea in the final round of pool fixtures and will be determined to avoid a similar fate here. El Tri impressed when powering to a 4-1 triumph over France and showed plenty of spirit in a 2-1 defeat by hosts Japan after conceding twice early on. South Africa have suffered two reversals and appear to be there for the taking.

South Korea to beat Honduras @ 3/5

Kim Hak-bum will be determined to gain revenge for South Korea’s quarter-final loss to Honduras in Brazil five years ago, having been bronze medallists in 2012. After opening up with a 1-0 defeat by New Zealand, the Asian outfit produced an excellent performance to thrash Romania 4-0, with Valencia midfielder Lee Kang-in bagging a late brace. Honduras have also won one of their two fixtures but South Korea are rated superior in our book.

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