Mexico vs Bolivia prediction, odds & betting tips – 06/01/2024

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Mexico vs Bolivia Prediction
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The Copa America draws near, but before that, we will see a couple of friendly games, and we are happy to announce that the Bolivia vs Mexico head-to-head will be played on the 1st of June. This game is rumored to be a one-sided affair with the visitors having control of the match. Will that truly be the case on Saturday? Find out the answers in our Mexico vs Bolivia betting tips below.

Bolivia vs Mexico prediction: Easy win for Mexico

Mexico vs Bolivia predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

Mexico/Mexico

⚽ Correct score prediction

Mexico 2-0 Bolivia

💥 Both teams to score

No

Key Stats

  • The head-to-head advantage is staggeringly in favor of Mexico, with eight victories, one draw, and one loss in the last 10 head-to-heads.
  • We didn’t see goals galore in four of Mexico’s last five matches in all competitions.
  • BTTS was the case in only one of the last seven matches between Mexico and Bolivia.
  • Mexico’s last game was a 0-2 loss against the USMNT, but it was a CONCACAF Nations League final, which is another plus in favor of our Mexico vs Bolivia predictions.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Mexico to demolish South American side

  • HOME: -294 – 73.4%
  • DRAW: +355 – 20.6%
  • AWAY: +775 – 6.0%

*These Mexico vs Bolivia odds are subject to change

According to the odds above, we have Mexico down as the expected winners, with a 73.4% win probability ahead of the kick-off on the 1st of June. The odds priced at -294 may be less than tempting, but you just know Henry Martin and his colleagues are going to deliver. On the other hand, the visitors only seem to have a laughably 6.0% shot at victory at Soldier Field.

Last five H2Hs: Bolivia not up to par

Copa America 13/06/15

Mexico

Mexico

0
Bolivia

Bolivia

0

International Match 10/09/14

Bolivia

Bolivia

0
Mexico

Mexico

1

Check out the above-mentioned statistics to find out why we favored the symbolic hosts in our Mexico vs Bolivia prediction.

Mexico team news and form: Lozano looking for a quick reaction

As we mentioned earlier, Mexico couldn’t win the CONCACAF Nations League final a couple of days ago. They lost the final 0-2, but Mexico surely showed they are no pushovers. The result doesn’t do justice to Mexico’s efforts, as they performed just as well as the USMNT.

Predicted lineup: Ochoa (GK), Sanchez, Montes, Vasquez, Gallardo, Sanchez, Alvarez, Chavez, Antuna, Martin & Lozano

Copa America 01/07/24

D

Ecuador

Ecuador

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Mexico

Mexico

0

Copa America 27/06/24

L

Venezuela

Venezuela

1

Mexico

Mexico

0

Copa America 23/06/24

W

Jamaica

Jamaica

0

Mexico

Mexico

1

International Match 09/06/24

L

Brazil

Brazil

3

Mexico

Mexico

2

International Match 06/06/24

L

Uruguay

Uruguay

4

Mexico

Mexico

0

Bolivia team news and form: Can Bolivia win a second?

Bolivia’s last match was a win. However, who was the victory against? Lackluster Andorra. Surely, the tiny European country is no match for Mexico, and we are sure that Vaca and his colleagues will struggle to make an impact at Soldier Field against Lozano’s almighty squad.

Predicted lineup: Viscarra (GK), Haquin, Suarez, Medina, Cespedes, Jusino, Matheus, Ramallo, Algaranaz, Vaca & Fernandez

Copa America 02/07/24

L

Panama

Panama

3

Bolivia

Bolivia

1

Copa America 28/06/24

L

Uruguay

Uruguay

5

Bolivia

Bolivia

0

Copa America 23/06/24

L

USA

USA

2

Bolivia

Bolivia

0

International Match 15/06/24

L

Colombia

Colombia

3

Bolivia

Bolivia

0

International Match 13/06/24

L

Ecuador

Ecuador

3

Bolivia

Bolivia

1

Player to watch: Henry Martin

We believe adding Henry Martin as the player to watch in our Bolivia vs Mexico predictions is the right call, as the striker has been sensational throughout the last couple of seasons. First of all, he scooped the Top Goalscorer Award back in 2022/23 and he managed to win the Player of the Season Award in Liga MX.

Mexico vs Bolivia Player
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Martin crushing it recently

Yes, he was injured for the better part of the last campaign in Liga MX, but he came back with a shout at the end to help Club America scoop the Clausura.


Zack is a longtime football fan, writer, and bettor. He also has experience playing and coaching the game of football at a local level. His interest in the MLS, Liga MX and the Canadian Premier League adds a new dimension to the content we have at FootballWhispers.