The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is edging closer and closer by the day. Mexico is preparing for their World Cup campaign and have done well to qualify for the 18th time in their national team’s history. Led by Wolves’ deadly number 9, Raul Jimenez, Mexico is set to take up their traditional role as one of the possible nations that can cause an upset.
Mexico World Cup 2022: Future Betting Odds and analysis
Mexico managed to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar by winning 8 out of 14 of their World Cup qualifying matches. They only lost 2 of those 14 whilst drawing 4 of the rest. They are currently ranked at 12th in the FIFA World Rankings as well, which says a lot about the amount of good work they have put in through the international friendlies they’ve played under the guidance of Argentinian manager, Gerardo Martino. Betway currently has them placed at 100/1 which is not favourable odds, but then again, they were never going to be favourites.
Mexico World Cup 2022: Moneyline Odds and Analysis
Moneyline bets are simple bets on who you think would win the match. You win your wager if you place the bet on the winner of the game. The important things to take into account are the odds, the statistics, and the teams’ head-to-head records. Mexico are an interesting team for the moneyline bet. They are much more likely to cause upsets to the bigger nations than most other national teams. They are aggressive on the counter and dogged in defence, playing with a real will to run the hard yards and make sure they are a tough opponent for any side. They also play with a lot of technical ability and flair which makes them that much more dangerous.
Mexico World Cup 2022: Totals Bets and Analysis
The Totals bet is a special bet placed on the scoreline between the two teams. You place a bet on whether the scoreline will be under or over 2.5 goals for example, or 1.5 or even 3.5 goals. Mexico tends to show strong signs for higher scorelines with their recent run of games. They make a good candidate for the over 2.5 goals bet (depending on the gap between them and the opponent).
Mexico World Cup 2022: BTTS Odds and Analysis
The BTTS bet is another special bet that is placed on simply whether both teams will score or not. When it comes to Mexico, we wouldn’t advise the BTTS because it only would have won in 6 of their 14 games of their World Cup Qualifiers. We would only advise it when they play a team better than them.
Mexico World Cup 2022: Top Scorer Odds and Analysis
Mexico won’t likely be the most free-flowing team at the World Cup, scoring lots of goals each game. But you can still take something away from analyzing the way they play and what kind of center forwards they have in their ranks. Although not currently in the squad having recovered from his head injury, Raul Jimenez is probably best placed to be the top scorer. He is the perfect forward to lead the line for what could be a defensive set-up during the World Cup.