Mexico vs New Zealand by Szaku

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Mexico
VS
New-Zealand
Very interesting game in play-offs for World Cup. Mexico which is struggling this qualification will play against new Zealand. They won only one game at home this year (out of five matches). In 3 of these 5 games at Azteca, Mexico didn't score a goal. Their only victory was against Panama - 2:1, where got equalized in 81st minute, and only a miracle goal from Jimenez in 85th saved Mexico. As always they are dominating the game at Azteca but have no enough creativity for making good goal chances. What's more their defence is not good enough to keep ball far from their danger zone. They manage to concede 3 goals against Honduras and Panama which didn't play nothing special. Miguel Herrera is the 4th manager since August so it shows how Mexico federation is now.

 

New Zealand is strong phisically team which main force is defence. Tall athletic building man will definitely have big advantage against small and weak phisically players from Mexico. Let us be reminded of World Cup 2010:

 

NZ 1:1 Italy NZ 1:1 Slovakia NZ 0:0 Paraguay so they exactly know how to defend in crucial games. The only blow is injury of the captain Winston Reid (West Ham). They will play with tactics 7-3-0 which definitely will be responsible for low scoring game and one quick counter attack can be decesive. I believe away team is able to make huge surprise here so this hadnicap is just gift. I will also try DNB as I see also huge value in 0:1 win of Kiwi.



bet2:

Draw no bet for New Zealand as i believe there is possible 0:1 outcome, stake 1 @ 13.00 bet365pin
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+1.75 away Sbobet 2.21 9 5-1 LOST (-9 units)
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