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Brazil v Mexico
International Friendly KO 20.00


(Max last 10 only)
12 Oct 2011 International Mexico 1-2 Brazil
12 Sep 2007 International Brazil 3-1 Mexico
27 Jun 2007 COPA AMERICA Brazil 0-2 Mexico
19 Jun 2005 Confederations Cup Mexico 1-0 Brazil
18 Jul 2004 COPA AMERICA Mexico 0-4 Brazil
27 Jul 2003 CONCACAF GOLD CUP Mexico 0-0 Brazil
13 Jul 2003 CONCACAF GOLD CUP Mexico 1-0 Brazil
30 Apr 2003 International Mexico 0-0 Brazil
12 Jul 2001 COPA AMERICA Brazil 0-1 Mexico
07 Mar 2001 International Mexico 3-3 Brazil

Brazil and Mexico head to the Cowboys Stadium in Texas for an International friendly. Mano Menezes’ ‘Samba Boys’ are looking for their ninth consecutive win in their hunt to reclaim FIFA’s number one ranking.

Brazil have won 13 of their last 18 fixtures and are slowly climbing their way back up the world rankings, where they currently sit in sixth position. Menezes’ men have been firing on all cylinders in recent games, scoring at least two or more goals in their last six matches.

They face an inconsistent Mexico outfit who will hope to regain the form that saw the Mexican’s push Argentina so close in the 2010 World Cup round of 16 two years ago. However, recent results suggest they are some distance away from their best and they have lost five of their last 11, only winning four of those.

However, it is the same team that comfortably won the CONCACAF GOLD CUP last year and with Javier Hernandez up front the Mexican’s always carry a goal threat. This is evident from the fact that they have scored two or more goals in three of their last four fixtures. They will have their work cut out against Brazil who have conceded just five goals in their last ten matches, one of those games included a 2-1 victory over Mexico, where Brazil came from behind to steal a late winner.

Since then the two teams’ performances have been very different with Brazil comfortably winning and Mexico really struggling and therefore I would suggest bettors back Brazil with the -1 Asian handicap at around 1.66 on BETDAQ.

RECOMMENDATION: (1-10 points)

Back Brazil with the -1 Asian handicap at around 1.66 on BETDAQ: 7 points

Saturday -5.00 points

JUNE RETURN TO DATE: -12.00 points

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