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Mexico v Russia Betting Preview, Tips, Odds: Confederations Cup

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Jun/23/2017

Gambling911.com has your Mexico v Russia betting preview along with some tips and the latest odds for Saturday’s Confederations Cup.

Mexico was at 7/5 odds, the host nation at 2/1 and the Draw was at 5/2 odds.  75 percent of the action was on Mexico here.

Mexico has one loss in their last six overall while Russia has two.  Mexico also has three wins, Russia has two. Mexico have won 20 of their last 27 matches. Russia have lost 9 of their last 20.

These two sides have not met since 1994. 

Mexico needs just a single point from this match to qualify to the next stage but Russia must win this match to have the chance to continue participating in this year’s Confederations cup.

Mexico appears to be the better team but there are many pundits who believe a Draw is possible, especially with Russia as the host.

Both Teams to Score at 4/5 odds is a more convincing play for us.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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