Mexico meet South Korea in World Cup Group F on Saturday afternoon.
These two teams experienced contrasting fortunes in their opening group game, with South Korea losing 1-0 to Sweden while Mexico enjoyed a magnificent 1-0 win against defending champions Germany.
It is, therefore, no real surprise that El Tri are chalked up as 7/10 (1.70) favourites with to take a significant stride towards the knockout stages with a win.
Korea will be desperate to get their campaign back on track but they are out at 19/4 (5.75) to claim a vital victory here.
The same firm go 11/4 (3.75) that these two teams are forced to settle for a share of the spoils.
Hirving Lozano and Javier Hernandez linked up to great effect against Germany and look set to start once again here.
Park Joo-Ho limped off in the first half against Sweden and the 31-year-old defender will miss the remainder of the competition.
A tight tussle?
There have been fewer than three goals scored in each of Mexico’s last five fixtures and go 8/13 (1.62) that the trend continues here.
The same firm go 4/6 (1.67) that either side fails to find the net – a selection that would have landed in El Tri’s last eight outings. Korea, meanwhile, have failed to score in each of their last three games.
Korea’s lacklustre performance against Sweden offers little encouragement ahead of their meeting with Mexico.
El Tri turned on the style against Germany and ‘s 6/4 (2.50) quote for Juan Carlos Osorio’s side to win without conceding could represent good value for punters ahead of Saturday’s showdown.
The selection would have landed in eight of the last nine matches that Mexico have won.
Odds correct at time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.
Mexico to win to nil at 6/4 (2.50) for a 2pt stake with