Mexico - Ghana
*These betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Free Mexico vs Ghana Predictions and Picks
Mexico will first lock horns with Ghana on the 15th of October before truly testing their form in a match against four-time World Cup champions Germany. The Mexico vs Ghana betting tips are located below. Make sure to give them a thorough read before advancing with your bet-making decisions.
Mexico to Win
- Ghana won only two of their last four meetings.
- All three Mexico vs Ghana head-to-heads were won by Mexico.
- Mexico recorded three victories and two draws int heir past five outings.
Raul Jimenez to Score Anytime
- Goalscorer Jimenez bagged two for Mexico in the team’s last game.
- Raul Jimenez scored in two of the last three international games.
- Ghana conceded goals in three of their last four outings, which certainly backs up our Mexico vs Ghana prediction.
Mexico vs Ghana Head-to-Head Record and Match Odds
In this section of our article, you’ll see some very interesting Mexico vs Ghana odds. You can make the most out of them after checking out our key Mexico vs Ghana predictions.
Mexico odds: +115 – 46.1%
Draw odds: +275 – 25.9%
Ghana odds: +230 – 28.0%
As you can see from the odds in our Mexico vs Ghana prediction, there is a favorite to win this international friendly. Mexico have a win probability of 46.1% at +115, and we too consider them the expected winners this week. Ghana’s odds are priced at +230, giving the African country a 28.0% shot at victory. 1-0 to Mexico should be a successful bet. The odds for this are standing at +450 (18.18%).
Mexico vs Ghana Lineups & Team News
Despite failing to win in two consecutive games, coach Jaime Mozano’s boys are still the favorites to win in our Mexico vs Ghana prediction. Mexico did win the CONCACAF Gold Cup final against Panama 1-0, so we believe we are rightfully considering them as favorites against Ghana.
Predicted lineup – Ochoa (GK), Alvarez, Sepulveda, Vasquez, Angulo, E. Alvarez, Pineda, Alvarado, Rodriguez, Huerta & Jimenez
Ghana’s last match was a 3-1 win at home. The game against Liberia was completely under Ghana’s control, as the team conceded in the 91st minute of the game. Luck wasn’t on shot-stopper Nurudeen’s side, as he failed to keep a clean sheet, but the fact is that the Liberian players had very few decent opportunities to score, which we considered when writing our Mexico vs Ghana predictions.
Predicted lineup – Nurudeen (GK), Fatawu, Opoku, Aidoo, Djiku, Baba, Addo, Kudus, Schindler, Semenyo & Nuamah
Player to Watch: Guillermo Ochoa
Fan-favorite Guillermo Ochoa is the player to watch in our Mexico vs Ghana prediction. At the age of 38, the shot-stopping legend is far from his best days. He currently performs for Serie A’s Salernitana, and it’s fair to say he didn’t do very well in last week’s league game against Monza. The result after 90 minutes of soccer was 3-0 in favor of Monza. Guillermo Ochoa could’ve certainly done better in a couple of situations.
*Starting lineups are usually announced 1hr before the kick-off