Mexico – Poland Free Betting Tips
Mexico has left mixed feelings in the friendly matches prior to the World Cup. They beat Peru by 0-1 and Iraq by 4-0, but also lost to Paraguay, Colombia and most recently to Sweden by 1-2, with Alexis Vega scoring the Mexican goal.
Qualification did not cost them much as they came in 2nd place in the North, Central America and Caribbean region behind Canada and ahead of the United States. They proved to be a solid team with only 8 goals conceded in 14 games, and their main attacking player was Raúl Jiménez who scored 3 goals.
The star of El Tri in this World Cup in Qatar is Raúl Jiménez, a well-known player in the Spanish league after his time with Atlético de Madrid, with whom he won the Europa League.
Mexico could start with Ochoa; Araujo, César Montes, Arteaga, Julio Domínguez, Andrés Guardado, Héctor Herrera, Edson Álvarez, Hirving Lozano; Raúl Jiménez and Alexis Vega.
Poland qualified with some difficulty by being placed in the same group as England, which meant they were 2nd and had to play against Russia in the promotion phase. They got the automatic qualification and then faced Sweden in the decisive match, beating the Scandinavian team by 2 goals to 0.
They have then competed in the Nations League, maintaining their place in League A, bettering Wales but finishing behind the strong Netherlands and Belgium.
Their most recent game is a friendly last week against Chile, which ended 1-0 to Poland with Piatek scoring.
Without any doubt, Poland’s star in this World Cup will be Robert Lewandowski, national idol and one of the best strikers Europe has ever produced. At 34 years old, this will be his last World Cup, but he is in top form and is proving it at Barcelona.
Poland could start with Szczesny; Dawidowicz, Glik, Bednarek; Cash, Klich, Krychowiak, Zielinski, Zalewski; Swiderski and Robert Lewandowski.
Mexico-Win Odds: 2.00
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