Mexico has been the dark horse in Group F as they have already progressed to the knockout phase as the favourites from their group when football pundits have agreed that it would be Germany and Sweden but now that things have turned around Mexico booked one place and the remaining spot would either be fixed by Germany or Sweden depending on how they fare in their last group games. Mexico will go for counter attacks in this game as they have been doing in their previous two games and would like to use the same strategy in this game as well. For Sweden things may turn sour if they cannot win this game because Germany is most likely to come through against South Korea.
According to bet365 the odds of Mexico winning this game is 29/20, odds of drawing this game is 11/5 and the odds of Sweden winning this game is 11/5. Similar odds have been provided by skybet too as their odds for Mexico emerging out victorious are 7/5 and probability for a draw is 23/10 and for Sweden to win the odds are 21/10. Betfair odd for Mexico is 7/5, for Sweden is 23/10 and the odds of this match ending in a draw are 23/10.
Both the teams are expected to feature the same playing 11 in this game.
Mexico – W W L W D L
Sweden – L W D D L L
Mexico is most likely to come out on top after this game.
Man Of The Match:
If Mexico has to win then it would fall on Hirving Lozano and if Sweden wins, it will be Larsson.