MX U23 vs BR U23 Dream11 Team Prediction Tips for Mexico vs Brazil Olympics Men Live Score 3 August

Updated on: Aug 3, 2021 10:57 am IST

  • Mexico U23 vs Brazil U23

    MX U23 vs BR U23 Dream11 Prediction: Brazil U23 lock horns with Mexico U23 at the Kashima Stadium in the semi-finals of the Tokyo Olympics 2020 on Tuesday, looking to reach their third consecutive final of the event. Runners-up in 2012 and gold medalists in 2016, the Seleccao are just 90 minutes away from reaching another showpiece clash at the Games and have the momentum firmly on their side.

    MX U23 vs BR U23 Dream11 Prediction

    Mexico were involved in an absolutely thrilling quarter-final vs South Korea that saw them triumph 6-3 in an incredible match. Their reward is a showdown with Brazil, whose passage to the semi-finals was more low key as they overcame Egypt 1-0. In their four games played so far in this tournament, Mexico have racked up 14 goals and won’t be afraid of taking the game to the Brazilians here. However, with attacking players such as Cunha and Richarlison within their ranks, Brazil pose a huge threat going forward themselves and will be confident of finding the net at least once against a Mexican defence who have kept just one clean sheet across the competition.

    Date: 3 August, Tuesday
    Time: 1:30 PM (IST)
    Venue: Kashima Stadium, Kashima

    Mexico vs Brazil Live, Olympics Men

    Where to watch Mexico vs Brazil Olympics Men Live Score and Live Stream? No live streaming in India.

    Recent form:

    Mexico – W-W-L-W-W
    Brazil – W-W-D-W-W

    Head-to-head (one meeting)

    Mexico Wins- 01
    Draws– 00
    Brazil Wins– 00

    Mexico News

    Injury Report and Unavailability: Mexico will be without Getafe striker Jose Juan Macias, who withdrew from the squad due to an injury.

    Expected changes and Strategy: Real Betis winger Diego Lainez, America goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa and America striker Henry Martin have all been named.

    Mexico Starting XI

    Guillermo Ochoa
    Jorge Sanchez
    Cesar Montes
    Johan Vasquez
    Erick Aguirre
    Carlos Rodriguez
    Luis Romo
    Sebastian Cordova
    Diego Lainez
    Henry Martin
    Alexis Vega

    Brazil News

    Injury Report and Unavailability: Arsenal defender Gabriel Magalhaes was initially included but pulled out injured. Douglas Augusto was also a late exclusion from the squad due to injury, while Gerson and Pedro withdrew from the squad.

    Expected changes and Strategy: Coach Andre Jardine named his final 22-man squad and the team is headlined by highly experienced team captain Dani Alves.

    Brazil Starting XI

    Santos
    Guilherme Arana
    Diego Carlos
    Ricardo Graca
    Dani Alves
    Douglas Luiz
    Bruno Guimares
    Reinier
    Richarlison
    Gabriel Martinelli
    Antony

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    Captain Options

    Richarlison: Richarlison has 5 goals and a total of 11 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 31.05%. He had a total of 6 big chances. He has a total of 2 assist, 3 key passes and he created a total of 8 chances.

    Matheus Cunha: Cunha has 2 goals and a total of 8 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 26.87%. He had a total of 3 big chances. He has a total of 0 assists, 5 key passes and he created a total of 4 chances.

    X-factors, differential picks

    Sebastian Cordova: Cordova has 1 goals and a total of 3 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 37.48%. He had a total of 2 big chances. He has a total of 1 assists, 4 key passes and he created a total of 2 chances.

    MX U23 vs BR U23 Dream11 Team

    Goalkeeper: Melo dos
    Defenders: Alves, Arana, Sanchez
    Midfielders: Guimares, Matheus, Lainez, Romo
    Attackers: Martin, Richarlison, Cunha

    Who will win?

    We’re of the opinion that Mexico will need to put in a solid display to see themselves scoring against this Brazil side who should score at least once to gain the upper hand. We’re going for a hard-fought advantage for Brazil after 90 minutes. In our MX U23 vs BR U23 Today Match Prediction odds, we back for a 2-1 win for Brazil in this match.

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