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Mexico vs Sweden Match Preview and Prediction World Cup Russia 2018

Mexico vs Sweden
World Cup Group F
Date: Wednesday, 27 June 2018
Kick-Off at 15:00 UK / 16:00 CET
Venue: Yekaterinburg Arena.

Mexico Sweden Match Preview 

Juan Carlos Osorio has motivations to be excited after another solid execution his assaulting line offered at the World Cup. 

German's vanquisher Hirving Lozano delighted in another stellar show, giving a key help against the Koreans. 

Chicharito figured out how to locate the back of the net for the historic point 50th time in the Mexican shirt and he additionally turned out to be just the third Mexican to score at three unique versions of the World Cup (after Cuauhtémoc Blanco and Rafael Marquez). 

At long last, Carlos Vela totally making the most of his free part in the last third giving a fabulous all-round show after certainly changing over the extra shot in the main half. 

Next up for the Mexicans are Sweden who affirmed the tag of a super stern protective outfit against the supreme champions Germany around the same time. 

In any case, Janne Andersson's men were unfortunate to lose the match toward the end, surrendering the last-wheeze stoppage time shocker from Real Madrid's Toni Kroos. 

Their crusade is everything except over, however, as the triumph here allows them to advance into the keep going 16 round, contingent upon the result of the Germany versus Korea conflict and additionally the goal contrast. 

Mexico Predicted Starting Eleven (4-2-3-1)

Ochoa – Alvarez, Salcedo, Moreno, Gallardo – Herrera, Guardado – Layun, Vela, Lozano – Chicharito.

Sweden Predicted Starting Eleven (4-4-2)

Olsen – Lustig, Lindelöf, Granqvist, Augustinsson – Claesson, Larsson, Ekdal, Forsberg – Toivonen, Berg.
Mexico Sweden Head-to-head 

Sweden and Mexico went up against each other just once at World Cups before. The conflict occurred in 1958 when Sweden took a far reaching 3-0 triumph on the home soil. 

Groups bolted horns on three more events later on, each time in matches of a benevolent character. Mexicans won a benevolent in 1994 (2-1), the conflict from 2005 saw a goalless draw, while the Scandinavian outfit secured a 0-1 triumph in 2009. 

Mexico vs Sweden Predictions 

Despite the fact that it's Sweden who require three focuses here, we question Janne Andersson will change his protective disapproved of approach against an outfit, for example, Mexico. 

The El Tri have a large group of inventive players fit for harming any protection out there pushing ahead and a rapture from either Carlos Vela, Andres Guardado, Hirving Lozano or Javier Hernandez could well have the effect here. 

Sweden have a less skilled side in the last third which is the reason they ought to sit at the back and attempt and strike from counter-assaults, similarly as they did against Germany on Saturday. 

Prior to the experience with Die Mannschaft, Sweden kept three consequent clean sheets which just affirms their cautious abilities. 

We trust the Scandinavians have what it takes to keep things tight at the back in the initial 45 minutes, which means we'll back a goalless first half at 2.50 chances. 

Esteem searchers will extravagant a draw at the half time and a win for Mexico toward the end at 5.50 as we anticipate that the Swedes will go for the win late on in the second half, leaving up space for lethal Mexican counters.