Mexico will attempt to avenge one of the most controversial defeats in the World Cup history as they travel to Amsterdam Arena for a friendly against the Netherlands. In Brazil, the Netherlands had to come from behind to finally win against a daring Mexico side with a controversial penalty on Arjen Robben. Make sure to get an account with the best betting agent so you can enjoy betting at this match.
The hosts are not doing well in their qualification group for EURO 2016, seeing as they trail with 6 points behind the leaders of the group. They then took it to dramatics to the point where Guss Hiddink now claims he will resign if the Netherlands lose one more time against Latvia: “If we lose, it makes sense that I leave.”
Miguel Herrera took the best he could for this matchup, but surprisingly enough left Peralta out of the squad which gave Carlos Vela the call to the national team where he is out to prove himself. Only 11 players out of almost 23 were part of the Brazil experience, and seeing as Marquez, Rodriguez, and Moreno are not part of the squad, leaves one to wonder just how much does this Mexico side rely on Ochoa to close up the goal line?
Since Brazil, Mexico played four friendly matches winning three of them and managing to keep a clean sheet. The Netherlands also disputed four matches right after Brazil, where they won the bronze, and they lost three managing to win only against Kazakhstan.
Mexico are yet to win against the Netherlands, and while they might be the most driven team this time around, the hosts will also play for prestige. The one thing in common both teams have is that in all matches so far both teams have scored and we’re betting 7 units on the Netherlands to score in both halves. Make sure to sign up for the best betting platform and bet with the best limits and odds in the market.
Netherlands: Team’s Formation
Mexico: Team’s Formation
Prediction for the match:
Netherlands to score in both halves