Chile v Australia tips.

Confederations Cup Group B: Sanchez to score in narrow Chile win over Australia

Chile v Australia tips

FootyOn provide Chile v Australia tips ahead of their final 2017 Confederations Cup Group B game.

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The Socceroos simply must win this battle to stand a chance of reaching the semi-finals of this event for the first time since 2001.

They must also overturn their goal-difference deficit of three on La Roja, who are three points ahead of them.

This will be the two nation’s sixth meeting, but can the Aussies claim a maiden win over the South Americans?

Find out in our Chile v Australia tips…

Chile to win by 1 goal margin

Despite only gaining a point from their opening two games, Australia have certainly given it their all and looked impressive at times.

They only just lost to world champions Germany 3-2, albeit Die Mannschaft had a depleted squad, and drew with 2017 AFCON winners Cameroon.

In five previous head-to-heads, though, Chile have won four and drawn the other – including twice by a sole strike.

You can back the Copa America champions at 11/4 with Sky Bet to triumph by one goal once more.

Alexis Sanchez to score first

Chile v Australia tips: Sanchez has scored first v Australia before.

Arsenal star Sanchez came into this tournament on the back of smashing in 30 goals last season in all club competitions.

Most recently for his country, meanwhile, he netted twice against Uruguay and once against Venezuela.

Sanchez broke the deadlock in the latter match, as he did against Germany on Thursday evening in a 1-1 draw.

He also scored first against Australia the last time the nations met at the 2014 World Cup.

You can back him at a tasty 10/3 price with Sky Bet to do so again.

Chile to win and both teams score

Chile are odds-on favourites with the bookies in the match winner market, but a far more enticing 19/10 price with BetVictor for victory with both teams scoring.

Australia have shown much determination this tournament, by scoring in both fixtures.

The Socceroos also netted in the last two meetings with Chile, in losses. So, why not back that outcome again?

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