World Cup Betting Preview: Brazil v Mexico

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Brazil are 4/11 with BetVictor and Paddy Power to make it two wins out of two in their game against Mexico tonight (8pm KO, Live on BBC1) and are fully expected to do so in style.

The sides are meeting for the fourth time at the World Cup, and Brazil have won their three previous meetings with a combined score of 11-0.

The hosts are also now unbeaten in 38 successive matches on home soil, and faec a side who failed to impress when beating Cameroon 1-0 in their opening game.

It’s hard to see Mexico causing any problems for Brazil, who looks capable of running riot and registering a wide margin success.

Neymar has scored 33 goals in only 50 appearances for Brazil and has six in his last four games.

They include a brace in his side’s opening 3-1 victory over Croatia, and the 22-year-old looks a rock solid punt at a general price of 8/11 in the antyime scorer market to further add to that tally.

The other bet that appeals is over 3.5 goals at 13/8 with Coral given Brazil’s aforementioned record againt Mexico.


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