*All odds are correct at the time of writing but are also subject to change, so double-check them.
Top Betting Tips for Saudi Arabia vs Mexico
Mexico has one of the best teams in the world and many quality players. They are the only team from the CONCACAF region to have won a FIFA competition and have many more success stories to share over the years. Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, doesn't have an impressive squad like Mexico's but nevertheless, they managed to qualify for the World Cup on six occasions.
Mexico to Win
Mexico is the ultimate favorite in this game not only because they won all three games they played against Saudi Arabia in the past, but also because they are more experienced in the tournament and have the better squad. If you want to focus on the players more, Mexico's Hirving Lozano and Raúl Jiménez should definitely be on your watch list because of their skills and performances.
Mexico to Win Both Halves – Yes
Despite Saudi Arabia's impressive qualifying stage, in this group, they are the underdogs and will most likely leave the tournament here. That being said, we think that Mexico will have more than enough chances to prevail in both halves, especially because of the quality of their players and team as a whole. They have done it in the past in two of the three head-to-head games against Saudi Arabia, now they only need to repeat this if we want this pick to be true in November.
Bookmaker Odds and Latest Statistics for Saudi Arabia vs Mexico
In this section, you can check out the most recent odds and stats for both teams:
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Our Final Preview of the Upcoming World Cup Game
We doubt there will be a lot of bets in favor of Saudi Arabia and they will most likely end up going home after the group stage ends, but they can at least try and make their opponents’ games tougher. In this particular match, we think that there is nothing they can do, and will most likely lose in both halves even with their captain Firas Al-Buraikan's guidance.
Mexico is one of the unknown factors in this group because according to most punters and bookies it will be either them or Poland qualifying for the next stage. That's why they will need this win against Saudi Arabia in November. They have done it in the past and they can do it again in our opinion but one never knows when it comes to the World Cup.
Frequently Asked Questions About Saudi Arabia vs Mexico
- Where can I watch the match live? – BBC One, BBC Sport Website, and BBC iPlayer.
- Where is the game going to be played? – Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail.
- What is the starting time of the fixture? – 19:00 UK, 20:00 CET.