Mexico World Cup 2014 Betting Lines

Mexico World Cup 2014 Betting Lines

What has happened to Mexico? In the past, they have dominated CONCACAF but have underwhelmed during qualifying for the 2014 World Cup.

In the past, El Tri have more World Cup appearances (14) and more Gold Cup titles (9) than any other nation on the continent (North and South), as well as being the only CONCACAF side to win a Confederations Cup title. 

Mexico is a 150-1 long shot to win in the 2014 World Cup betting odds.

How did Mexico qualify?

Mexico took the bumpy road to Brazil this year after firing a few head coaches and only winning 2 out of 10 CONCACAF qualifying matches, while tying 5 and losing 3.They had a combined -2 goal difference, the worst in their qualification history.

Mexico was lucky to make it to an intercontinental tie facing New Zealand, which they crushed 9-3 on aggregate.

What are Mexico Betting Odds in the 2014 World Cup?

  • To Win The Tournament +15000
  • To Reach the Final: +5000
  • To Win Group A: +1000
  • To Qualify: +125
  • Not To Qualify: -133
  • To Finish Last In Group A: +275
  • To Be the Highest Scoring team in the Tournament: +1500
  • To Be the Highest Scoring team in the Group: +900

Who are Mexico opponents in the 2014 World Cup?

Because of Mexico’s horrible qualification numbers, oddsmakers list them third in the 2014 World Cup odds to win Group B listed at +1000, behind the host Brazil (-400), and Croatia (900). Closing the group is Cameroon at +3300.

What is Mexico schedule For The 2014 World Cup?

The day after the World Cup opens with a game between Brazil and Croatia, Mexico takes on Cameroon on June 13 at Arena das Dunas, in Natal; the Mexicans are +120, while Cameroon is +280 to win the match.

Mexico clashes against Brazil on June 17 at
Estádio Castelão, in Fortaleza with the Brazilians as favorites -275 in the money line and the Mexicans listed at +950.

Their last game is a crucial meeting against Croatia (+150). Mexico wil be the underdog listed at +210 to upset the Croatians on June 23 at Arena Pernambuco, in Recife.

What’s Mexico Official Slogan For The 2014 World Cup?

“Always United, Always Aztecas”

Mexico’s Roster for the 2014 World Cup?

GOALKEEPERS : Jesus Corona (Cruz Azul), Guillermo Ochoa (Ajaccio), Alfredo Talavera (Toluca)

DEFENDERS : Rafa Marquez (Leon), Diego Reyes (Porto), Miguel Layun (America), Paul Aguilar (America), Andres Guardado (Leverkusen), Hector Moreno (Espanyol), Francisco Rodriguez (America), Carlos Salcido (Tigres UANL)

MIDFIELDERS : Carlos Pena (Leon), Hector Herrera (Porto), Isaac Brizuela (Toluca), Marco Fabian (Cruz Azul), Juan Carlos Medina (America), Luis Montes (Leon), Jose Juan Vazquez (Leon)

FORWARDS : Javier Hernandez (Manchester United), Giovani dos Santos (Villarreal), Raul Jimenez (America), Alan Pulido (Tigres), Oribe Peralta (Santos Laguna).

Who’s Mexico Key Player in the 2014 World Cup?

Javier Hernandez aka Chicharito plays forward for English club Manchester United. He is the best player available for Mexican head coach Miguel Herrera and is a solid offensive minded attacker.

What are Mexico Betting Trends For the 2014 World Cup?

  • Mexico was in 15 of the 19 World Cups ever played, but they have never advanced past the quarterfinals.
  • Mexico has played 49 World Cup games with 12 wins, 13 draws and 24 losses. With 52 goals scored and 89 allowed.
  • Mexico and Cameroon have never played each other.
  • Mexico trails in the series against Brazil with eight wins, four draws and 16 losses; they met for the last time a year ago in the FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil, where the host won 2-0.
  • Mexico and Croatia met three times in the past, with the Europeans leading the series 2-1; however, the only World Cup match they play against each other was in 2002 with a Mexico 1-0 victory.

How far will Mexico go?

Mexico is in Group A with Brazil, Croatia, and Cameroon and will play the later for 3rd place in their group.

Odds to Win 2014 FIFA World Cup:

  • Brazil 3/1
  • Argentina 9/2
  • Germany 11/2
  • Spain 13/2
  • Belgium 14/1
  • France 20/1
  • Italy 22/1
  • Uruguay 22/1
  • Colombia 25/1
  • Netherlands 25/1
  • England 28/1
  • Portugal 28/1
  • Chile 40/1
  • Russia 66/1
  • Mexico 100/1
  • Switzerland 100/1
  • USA 100/1
  • Ecuador 125/1
  • Ivory Coast 125/1
  • Croatia 150/1
  • Japan 150/1
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina 200/1
  • Ghana 200/1
  • Greece 200/1
  • Nigeria 250/1
  • South Korea 300/1
  • Australia 500/1
  • Cameroon 500/1
  • Algeria 1000/1
  • Costa Rica 1000/1
  • Honduras 1500/1
  • Iran 1500/1