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Portugal vs. Mexico Betting Odds, Tips – Confederations Cup 2017

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Jun/17/2017

Gambling911.com has your Portugal vs. Mexico betting odds and tips for the 2017 Confederations Cup.

Portugal was coming in at 10/11 odds, Mexico 11/4 and the Draw 11/5.  Half the action was on Portugal with the rest equally divided between the Draw and Mexico.

Portugal has won five and lost one in their last six games overall while Mexico has won four, lost one and drew in another.

Portugal have won both of their previous meetings with Mexico, which has scored in ten of their last 11 matches.  Portugal have done so in 90% of their games since their Euro 2016 victory.

Both Teams to Score Pays EVEN odds and is your play for this Confederations Cup 2017 game.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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