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Mexico vs Russia - Preview & Tips

Mexico vs Russia - Confederations Cup - Preview & Tips

Mexico vs Russia - Preview & Tips

Mexico vs Russia predictions, betting tips and match preview

Mexico vs Russia predictions and tips for their Confederations Cup match at Kazan Arena, Kazan on Saturday, June 24. With a place in the Confederations Cup semi-final at stake, both sides have plenty to fight for

Ready for the Confederations Cup? If you're a fan of Mexico or Russia you should mark your calendars for Saturday, June 24, 2017 / 6:00 PM. Who has a better shot at winning this match? It's time for the Confederations Cup. Fans and critics are looking forward to this clash. Juan Carlos Osorio and Stanislav Cherchesov will do their best to motivate their players and win the match. Who will be victorious in the end: Mexico or Russia?

Mexico vs Russia - Confederations Cup predictions, betting tips and match preview

Mexico are aware that a point would suffice to see them go through to the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup semi-final. Russia faces embarrassment in front of their own crowd and will be determined to make one final hurrah at Kazan Arena.

Mexico stats

Having established themselves as an international force over the past couple of years, Mexico headed to Russia on high hopes that they would be able to make a noteworthy result that would be a great introduction to the Gold Cup later this summer. Their 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup did not get off to a bright start, however, as Mexico struggled to find their pace against the European Champions Portugal in the opening round. Mexico was brave enough to come from behind on two occasions and grab a point in a hard-fought 2-2 draw and Juan Carlos Osorio’s men were expected to make a strong reaction in the next match against New Zealand. Instead, they once again fell behind and were forced to claw their way back in the match, which they fortunately did even though their 2-1 win remained in a shadow of a mass brawl that was sparked during the match. A point against Russia is needed but Mexico owes it to themselves to win the final group-stage match.

Juan Carlos Osorio rested a couple of key men against New Zealand and we should expect to see Javier Hernandez, Hector Herrera, Hector Moreno and Jonathan dos Santos being recalled to the starting line-up.

Russia stats

Two goals against New Zealand, one of which was an own goal from All Whites defender Boxall, can hardly be considered a satisfying record for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup hosts Russia. The ongoing tournament was supposed to be the biggest opportunity for the 2018 FIFA World Cup hosts to showcase their quality and ability, but based on what has been displayed thus far Stanislav Cherchesov has a lot of work to do. Sbornaya Komanda are without a couple of their key players in the tournament, but their defense-oriented approach should not be any excuse for high-profile absentees. Problems in Russia’s team were most evident against Portugal when a defense-oriented side failed to fire a single shot on goal, leaving the in-form Krasnodar forward Fedor Smolov isolated upfront. The 27-year-old striker has scored three of Russia’s last 4 goals and Cherchesov will be urged to make a change in formation and approach in order to maximise the potential of his star upfront.

Cherchesov is expected to make some changes to his line-up for the final group-stage match, but he might first opt to change his style and field a two-forward line-up. FK Rostov striker Dmitri Poloz is in line for a starting berth together with Smolov.

Mexico vs Russia Betting tips

With a place in the Confederations Cup semi-final at stake, both sides have plenty to fight for. Russia and Mexico will want to make an impression, after putting in a pair of below-par displays at the start of the competition. The home crowd could play a major part in this match and we can see Russian rising to the occasion.

Recommended bets: 

Both teams to score - Yes  @ 1.83 (5/6) Bet365

Alternative bet 1: Russia @ 3.00 (2/1) SkyBet

Alternative bet 2: Russia to win and BTTS @ 6.00 (5/1) Unibet


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Betting tips - Confederations Cup: Mexico vs Russia - Under 2.5 Goals

Spain vs Colombia - Preview & Tips

Spain vs Colombia - Preview & Tips

Spain vs Colombia - Preview & Tips

Spain vs Colombia predictions, betting tips and match preview

Spain vs Colombia predictions and tips for their International Friendly match in Murcia on Wednesday, June 7. This is Spain’s warm-up match for their World Cup 2018 qualifier against Macedonia. 

Ready for the World International Friendlies? If you're a fan of Spain or Colombia you should mark your calendars for Wednesday, June 7, 2017 / 8:30 PM. Who has a better shot at winning this match? It's time for the World International Friendlies. Fans and critics are looking forward to this clash. Julen Lopetegui and José Pekerman will do their best to motivate their players and win the match. Who will be victorious in the end: Spain or Colombia?

Spain are coming into this match in good form. In their most recent match, back in March, they beat France away from home by 2-0. Spain remained unbeaten for 11 months over 6 matches. The last time Spain played at home they easily overcame Israel by 4-1.

Colombia are coming into this match after getting 2 vital wins in their South American World Cup qualifying group. Those wins came against Ecuador and Bolivia. Colombia have lost 2 matches in the last year though those were against Brazil and Argentina.

Julen Lopetegui (Spain's coach) has named a strong team for the 2 matches that will conclude his team’s season, sticking with the players that have served him well since taking over from Vicente del Bosque last summer.

Unlike several international managers Julen Lopetegui has abstained from the policy of experimentation at this stage of the campaign and while he has included a few players inexperienced at this level, it is largely his tried-and-trusted group who will face Colombia and then Macedonia away from home in the World Cup 2018 Qualifiers - Group G.

There is still no recall for Iker Casillas, Juanfran, Cesc Fabregas or Hector Bellerin who were all in the Euro 2016 team but have not featured under Lopetegui, while Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has also been left out despite recently forcing his way into the senior international picture.

As long as he has no ill-effects from the UEFA Champions League Final, Sergio Ramos will captain the team while vast experience is also provided by 100+-cap duo Andres Iniesta and David Silva – whose midfield colleague Sergio Busquets is only three short of the century.

In terms of the World Cup 2018 qualifying picture, Spain are joint top of their Group G with Italy and as their main rivals are at home to Lichtenstein next, victory in Macedonia is essential.

For Colombia, this is the first of two friendly matches in Spain because six days later they will take on Cameroon at Getafe’s stadium, with their next World Cup 2018 Qualifying assignment being away from home to Venezuela on August 31, 2017.

Colombia are currently 2nd in the South American standings behind Brazil and looking in excellent shape to secure a direct place at the World Cup in Russia 2018.

Jose Pekerman (Colombia's coach) could decide to recall Monaco's striker Radamel Falcao, who returned to  his best form this season, while Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez is joined by Daniel Torres of Alaves as players who could face the national team where they ply their trade at club level.

Spain vs Colombia match stats

This is only the 2nd clash of these countries, both in friendly matches, Spain winning the most recent in 2011 and the previous one being a draw.
Both of those matches contained under 2.5 goals.
Spain are unbeaten in 8 matches since the 2016 Euros.

Recommended bets

Spain to win to nil @ 29/20 with Bet365
Under 2.5 goals @ 24/25 with SkyBet


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Betting tips - International Friendly: Spain vs Colombia - Under 2.5 Goals

Morocco vs. Holland - Preview & Tips

Morocco vs. Holland - Preview & Tips

Morocco vs. Holland - Preview & Tips

Morocco vs. Holland Predictions, Betting tips and Match Preview

Morocco will host Holland at Stade Adrar for their International Friendly clash before the last pre-Africa Cup of Nations qualifier test on Wednesday hoping to hold off their rivals in front of the home fans, confirming their fine form ahead of the match at Cameroon in early June 2017. This will be no easy task and our tipsters feel Morocco will have what it takes and go for a Draw @ 9/4 with Bet365.

Holland travels to Agadir (Stade Adrar) with high hopes to return to the winning ways after 2 March losses, where we’ve seen them beaten at Bulgaria (2-0) and by Italy (1-2) in Amsterdam, and it does seem Holland are desperate for a confidence booster here.

Holland will have a tough task outclassing their rivals who come into the clash in a somewhat better shape, having seen Atlas Lions earn 4 wins in their last 5 outings. The loss did come in an all-important Africa Cup of Nations Quarterfinal clash against Egypt but we do feel they’ve recuperated. Manager Renard has called up some new names which will surely change the dynamics but we expect a standard, defensively tough, approach to the fixture and a very narrow contest.

With that in mind, our tipsters are going for Under 2.5 goals here with a good-looking bet @ 3/4 with SkyBet, which does look a great approach to the fixture as we’ve seen both teams focus on fine defending recently and Morocco seeing just one of their eight 2017 matches end with 3 or more goals total.

The Dutch are @ 7/5 (2.40) with Bet365 to come out on top and 9/4 (3.25) that the game ends all square.
Morocco are @ 9/5 (2.80) to winning this one.

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Morocco vs. Holland Match Stats

Fred Grim will take charge of the Dutch for this fixture and ahead of next month’s crucial World Cup qualification fixture against Luxembourg in Rotterdam, Holland will be looking for a morale boost when they make the trip to Agadir - Stade Adrar.

Danny Blind was dismissed from his role as Netherlands manager in the wake of a damaging 2-0 defeat against Bulgaria in Sofia back in March 2017 – a result that means that Holland are in danger of failing to qualify for World Cup 2018 in Russia.

Dick Advocaat will take up the reins for the match against Luxembourg and the 69-year-old’s principal priority is ensuring that Holland gets their bid to reach WC Russia 2018 firmly back on track.

Morocco and Holland have met twice with both occasions taking place before 2000, as Holland bagged a 1994 World Cup win (1-2) and Morocco returning the favor in a 1999 Friendly in Arnhem (1-2). While these clashes will not mean much for the fixture, we now expect an even narrower clash tough to call. 

Our tipsters will go for a 1-1 draw on the day, backing the correct score prediction @ 8/1 with Bet365 and hoping to see an interesting matchup at Stade d'Agadir.

Recommended Bets:

Draw @ 9/4 with Bet365

Under 2.5 goals @ 3/4 with SkyBet


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Betting tips - International Friendly: Morocco vs. Holland - Under 2.5 Goals

Man Utd vs. Anderlecht: UEFA Europa League Preview

Manchester Utd vs. Anderlecht: UEFA Europa League - Preview & Tips

Manchester Utd vs. Anderlecht: UEFA Europa League - Preview

Manchester United’s biggest victory against Anderlecht was in September 1956, beating them 10-0 in a European Cup preliminary match.

Manchester United have won all 4 of their previous home encounters with Belgian sides (including 3 vs Anderlecht), scoring 21 goals and conceding just two.

Anderlecht have never won in 17 previous away matches against English sides (D2 L15), conceding in every match.

Jose Mourinho has won his last 8 European home matches as manager, including all 5 with Man Utd this season.

Anderlecht have scored in each of their last 11 European away from home matches, since a 0-1 loss at FK Qarabag in October 2015.

Manchester United have kept a clean sheet in their last 3 European home matches. Man United last had a longer run in 2008 – a run of 5 en route to lifting the UEFA Champions League.

Manchester United have progressed from 5 of their last 6 European ties in which they drew the 1st leg away from home, failing only against Real Madrid in the 2013 UEFA Champions League last 16.

4 of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s 5 goals in the UEFA Europa League this season have come at Old Trafford.


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Betting tips - UEFA Europa League: Manchester Utd vs. Anderlecht: UEFA Europa League - Over 2.5 Goals

Over / Under 2.5 Goals - 12th March 2017

Under / Over 2.5 Goals - 12th March

Under / Over 2.5 Goals - 12th March

 

Over 2.5 Goals - Sunday 12th March

1.Liverpool – Burnley – over 2.5 goals @ 1.56

2.Lyon – Toulouse – over 2.5 goals @ 1.50

3.Sassuolo – Bologna – over 2.5 goals @ 1.50 

4.Fiorentina – Cagliari – over 2.5 goals @ 1.45

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