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Mexico vs Ecuador – Match Preview

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Mexico and Ecuador will clash in a crucial Copa America Grp. B match at State Farm Stadium on Sunday, July 1st. The game starts at 00:00 GMT. Both teams have earned 3 points from two games. Ecuador is in 2nd place with a better goal difference, while Mexico is in 3rd. This final group stage match is key for both teams as they seek to advance. The odds suggest a close match.

Mexico – Form

Mexico’s recent performance has been unpredictable. They lost 1:0 to Venezuela, which was unexpected. Before that, they won 1:0 against Jamaica, thanks to Gerardo Arteaga. They also faced a 2:3 defeat to Brazil in a friendly. These results show their inconsistent form.

Ecuador – Form

Ecuador has shown varied results on the road. They beat Jamaica 3:1 in their last Copa America match. Before this, they lost 1:2 to Venezuela and won 2:1 against Honduras in a friendly. Kendry Paez and Alan Minda scored against Jamaica, while Jeremy Sarmiento’s effort against Venezuela was notable.

Mexico – Ecuador – Head to Head

The last match between Mexico and Ecuador was a goalless draw in a friendly. In their past 10 meetings, Mexico won 4 times and Ecuador 3. The last 5 matches saw both teams scoring in 3 games. Mexico has been consistent, scoring in 13 of their last 15 matches against Ecuador.

Mexico – Ecuador – Standings

Both teams have 3 points each after 2 matches in Copa America Grp. B. Mexico is in 3rd place with a balanced goal difference. Ecuador, in 2nd, has scored 4 goals and conceded 3. The odds indicate a close match, with no clear favorite.

Mexico vs Ecuador – Top scorers

Scoring for Mexico in the Copa America has been a team effort. Edson Alvarez and Orbelin Pineda have each scored twice. Julian Quinones, Gerardo Arteaga, and Johan Vasquez have also contributed. For Ecuador, Felix Torres has scored two goals. Midfielders Jeremy Sarmiento, John Yeboah, and Kendry Paez have each added two goals, with Piero Hincapie also scoring.

Mexico vs Ecuador – Full-Time Betting

Bookmakers offer odds of 2.75 for a Mexico win, 3.20 for a draw, and 2.70 for an Ecuador win. These odds suggest a closely contested match. Mexico’s inconsistent form and the absence of Cesar Montes due to injury are notable. The “halftime-fulltime” options are Mexico at 3.60 and Ecuador at 3.50, with a halftime draw at 1.952. The “draw-no-bet” market has both teams at 1.833.

Mexico vs Ecuador – Over/Under Betting

The Over/Under market offers options for bettors. The average goals per game in historical matches is 2.2. “Over 2.5” goals at 2.375 could interest those expecting an open game. “Under 2.5” at 1.571 may appeal to those predicting a more defensive match.

Mexico vs Ecuador – BTTS Betting

Odds are 2.05 for “btts:true” and 1.70 for “btts:false.” This reflects the betting market’s view on both teams’ scoring chances. In 6 of their last 10 meetings, both teams scored. Mexico’s defense has been strong, while Ecuador has scored 7 goals in their last 2 games. “BTTS: Yes” seems a good bet for this match.

Mexico vs Ecuador – Prediction