Brazil vs Mexico Betting Tips & Odds
Brazil vs Mexico
start their 2nd matches of their tournament at the 2014 World Cup
. The Group A match happens on June 17th, 2014 at 16:00 local time at Estadio Castalao in Fortaleza, Brazil. So much is on the line for these 2 teams, a win for either will guarantee they make it to the knockout stages of the tournament. The winner of this match might even be the group winner and all eyes are pointing towards Brazil so Mexico will need something special to shut them down.
Brazil vs Mexico Odds at Bet365
These odds were taken from Bet365 sportsbook
which is one of the best sportsbooks around.
- Brazil win 1/3
- Draw 9/2
- Mexico win 10/1
- Over 2.5 goals 8/13
- Under 2.5 goals 5/4
Where to Bet on the World Cup
We have many sportsbooks
and betting exchanges
listed and almost all of them have a World Cup Promotion to take advantage of. If you just want one sportsbook to choose, we recommend Bet365
This is such a tough match to call. Brazil to win at 1/3 odds this isn't good. Brazil might be the favourite to win against Mexico but the public is going too far on Brazil and the bookmakers have to give out such a poor return because of how much people are betting on them. If anything, 10/1 odds on Mexico is very appealing and if you are going to take this bet, wait until just before kickoff in case the odds move and become better than 10/1.
So we highly recommend betting Over 2.5 goals 8/13 odds, a great payout on a game that is surely to feature at least 3 goals.
Prop Bets Brazil vs Mexico
Prop bets are certainly more interesting to bet on than just who will win or if there will be a draw. If you think you can pick the exact score then you got some interesting odds to choose from:
- 2-1 Brazil win 6/1 odds
- 2-0 Brazil win 6/1 odds
- 1-1 draw 9/1 odds
Goal Scorer Odds
- Neymar 1st half goal 7/2 odds
- Neymar goal 10/11 odds
- Guedes Fred goal 6/5 odds
- Javier Hernandez goal 15/4 odds
- Dos Santos goal 11/2 odds
Neymar is a nice pick for a goal scorer. We like 1st half odds because as soon as Brazil feels they can secure a victory, Neymar will probably get substituted immediately as he currently is carrying a yellow card and doesn't want to risk getting another. Picking the correct score odds doesn't look so good either, probably best to stay away from these prop bets.