Egypt have been in the news much more than usual in the build-up to this World Cup and that's down to one man - Mohamed Salah. As we all know, the Liverpool forward suffered a shoulder injury in the Champions League final and he is now a huge doubt for their opening group game against Uruguay.
Clearly he is the focal point of everything that the Egyptians do and without him in the team, it's difficult to see them scoring many goals. Regardless of that, nine of their last 12 outings have ended with under 2.5 backers collecting anyway.
The Colombians drew 0-0 with Australia when they were last in action, but this game marks the beginning of their proper World Cup warm-up. They are potential dark horses for the tournament this summer, but they need to improve on their qualifying performance that saw them average only slightly over one goal per game.
A total of 11 of their 18 saw this selection land, and even though they are the favourites to win this match, I can't see them thrashing Egypt.