Betting Preview: Germany v Mexico: Expect goals in Moscow

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The two sides boast of attacking talent that should guarantee entertainment in the Russian capital

Germany and Mexico take on each other in their Group F opener at the Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday evening.

Die Mannschaft are the reigning champions and come into the competition with a 100% record during the qualifiers.

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This clearly shows how strong they are and why they are favourites for victory here at odds of (1.50) with Bet365.

El Tri are making it to the global tournament for the seventh consecutive time. They have never won it before but have always had big players capable of bringing results.

This current squad that has the likes of Javier Hernandez, Carlos Vela, Andres Guardado and the Dos Santos brothers will be confident of sealing a big win which the same firm quotes at huge odds of (7.50).

A stalemate at the end of 90 minutes in Moscow is priced at (4.50).

Germany have met Mexico 10 times with three coming at the World Cup which they have all won. Their most recent outing was in last year’s Confederation Cup which Joachim Low’s side won 4-1.

With this in mind, the European giants are tipped to avoid defeat at odds of (1.10).

Die Mannschaft’s last five opening games at the global showpiece have produced three or more goals. They are thus available at (2.25) to coast to victory with that goal outcome.

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In the last 12 months, Low’s charges have conceded in 12 of their 15 matches played. This gives an indication that it could be leaky at the back, paving way for the Mexicans to make a statement of intent.

To that effect, it’s both teams to score at odds of (1.90).

Thomas Muller is a man for the big occasion having scored 10 goals (five apiece) in the last two tournament editions. The Bayern Munich forward will be raring to go again and Bet365 tips him to score first at (5.50) and (2.30) anytime.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.

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