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Olympic Football Final Betting: Brazil vs. Mexico Odds

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Friday, 10 August 2012 18:09

Brazil vs. Mexico OddsWith the silver medal in his pocket, as minimal reward, the Mexican national team facing Brazil in the final battle in 2012 London Olympic Betting Games. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

Before the opportunity to take the gold medal and set himself up as the winner of this prestigious tournament.

The fact ensure a medal and is a landmark achievement for the team of Luis Fernando Tena, however, the chance of achieving a successful round of global significance, not an event that typically occur frequently, so we must take advantage the maximum.

Those days when you face Brazil meant a defeat, virtually certain, gone very far from the minds of new generations of what we usually talk about is the conquest of the Confederations Cup 99, 1996 Gold Cups and 2003 World Championship Under-17 in Peru 2005.

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The fact is that this Mexican team has among its ranks players who have completed all or virtually all the blanks process that can offer smaller selections: World Under-17 and 20 years, Pan American Games and Olympic Games. Without learning in America's Cup and won the tournament Hopes of Toulon.

This undoubtedly represents a reason, not being the main, to be confident that the gold may rest in the bosom of the Mexican players. However, the maximum incentive to expect a positive result of Tri is the constant evolution of their level of football betting in this fair, from an unfortunate and disturbing debut against South Korea, good exhibits, but only for periods, against Senegal and Japan, who have won to reach the final.

For its part, Brazil is a team that plays with a double-edged sword: the undeniable quality of its players and the vast weight of his shirt. The latter, accompanied by the argument dismissed as nonexistent to the story carries with each team, but it certainly represents a parameter in the psychology of influential rival, how is facing and how to play a game.

Coach Luis Rio Antonio "Mano" Menezes seems to be finding the formula to provide a platform to bring out the good game that characterized Brazil in times of old. Overall, of course, with the disposition and good form of people like Thiago Silva, Marcelo Romulo, Oscar, Hulk and Neymar.

This formula has resulted in the excellent Brazilian Pilgrimage London 2012 remains unbeaten in every game and has gotten no less than three goals. It also has in its ranks scorer, Leandro Damiao, front not so technical but physically powerful and often find the ease of scoring position.

Among the men to look beyond what that might be laughable to think of one just playing against Brazil, is the great depth that brings Marcelo in the left side, the dynamics and clarity offered Romulus and Sandro at half court and spark of creativity that emerges from the spoils of Oscar, brand new Chelsea signing.

The least is exercised in the Brazilian defense, which has suffered when the attack with variations and vertical, being saved by his immense offensive power to score many more goals than it receives.

With the iconic luxury Wembley as a witness, the stage could not be better for Mexico to get a result it is engraved in letters of gold in the national football history.

EXPERT TIP:
- Mexico has never lost a Final of any category to Brazil.

- In Mexico 1975 Pan American Games drew 1-1 in the race for the gold medal due to an interruption in the electrical system at the Estadio Azteca. They were awarded the gold medal both.

- In the final of the 1996 Gold Cup, the Tri won 2-0 with goals from Luis Garcia and Cuauhtemoc Blanco.

- Confederations Cup 1999, Mexico won 4-3 in the Estadio Azteca with two goals from Miguel Zepeda, one of Jose Manuel Abundis and one of Cuauhtemoc Blanco.

- 2003 Gold Cup, the Final went to extra time and that Mexico won golden goal cabbage Daniel Osorno at minute 108.

- U-17 World 2005, the Tri thrashed 3-0 with notes of Carlos Vela, Omar Esparza and Ever Guzmán. In that game was present the Mexican Giovani dos Santos, Brazil played by Marcelo.

The betting line at William Hill Sports is Brazil 4/7, Draw 14/5 and Mexico 5/1.

 
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