Saudi Arabia vs Mexico Match Info
2022 World Cup — Group Stage (C)
Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET
Venue: Lusail Iconic Stadium — Lusail, Qatar
Group C action continues during the 2022 World Cup with a matchup between Saudi Arabia and Mexico set for kickoff on Wednesday afternoon. Saudi Arabia failed to capitalize on its momentum and fell to Poland by a score of 2-0 on Saturday. Meanwhile, Mexico couldn't keep up with Argentina in a 2-0 loss of its own.
Saudi Arabia vs Mexico Odds & Spread
All World Cup betting lines, odds and prop bets are from FanDuel Sportsbook.
Moneyline: SA: (+380) | MEX: (-150) | DRAW: (+320)
Spread: SA: +1 (+120) | MEX: -1 (+170)
Total: 2.5 – Over: (-138) | Under: (+112)
Team to Score the First Goal: SA: (+185) | MEX: (-210) I NO GOALS: (+1300)
Mexico enters this match as clear favorites on the moneyline and spread on FanDuel Sportsbook's odds. This Wednesday clash also features a total of 2.5 goals, with the over favored at -138 odds.
Saudi Arabia vs Mexico Prediction & Pick
This matchup is going to make a huge difference in the final standings of Group C. A win would clinch a spot in the Round of 16 for Saudi Arabia, while a draw would leave things up in the air and a loss all but knocks them out of contention. For Mexico, a win is needed to keep hopes of advancing alive.
Injuries leave these squads vulnerable in the midfield, so look for the head coaches to focus on offense rather than defense on Wednesday. That normally gives the edge to the superior team, which would be Mexico, but Saudi Arabia has proven that its scoring abilities should not be underestimated.
Final Score Prediction: Saudi Arabia: 2 | Mexico: 2
Saudi Arabia vs Mexico Betting Trends
- This is the first all-time head-to-head matchup between Saudi Arabia and Mexico.
- Saudi Arabia is 2-1-2 (W-D-L) in its last five matches.
- Mexico is 1-1-3 (W-D-L) in its last five matches.
- Saudi Arabia's best finish at the World Cup came when it reached the Round of 16 in 1994.
- Mexico's best finish at the World Cup came when it reached the Quarterfinals in 1970 and 1986.
Saudi Arabia vs Mexico Best Bet
Saudi Arabia has gathered early scoring opportunities in each of its two matches, so seeing them get out to a lead wouldn't be surprising. That would force Mexico to keep racking up shots on goal in order to keep the game within reach. Neither one of these teams can afford to switch it up and play cautiously when so much is on the line. That's why I see a classic World Cup shootout breaking out.
Bet: Both Teams to Score (-124)
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