South Korea will also be struggling with Mexico. Read our World Cup soccer predictions for today!

 

South Korea

South Korea showed nothing interesting in its first match in the group and deservedly lost 0:1 from Sweden. It is imperative to change the game of the team, which has already formally become an outsider from this group. The Koreans have been unable to figure out anything in the front line, and in this direction they also have to work. The senior coach will certainly make at least 1-2 changes to his starting lineup in an attempt to change and show up on his team. The good news is that there are at least no problems with traumatized players. You can also bet on the leading Betfair betting exchange

For Mexico

Mexico surprised the world champion Germany at the start and made a 1-0 draw. The Mexicans presented themselves relatively well and thus brought one of the surprises up to the moment of this championship. They could have scored other hits if they were not missed by Chichariot and Nigel Laun. Now they will be looking for a new victory that can qualify them for the second round. If this happens, it will be the seventh consecutive championship for the team in which the group stage of the race passes. Manager Juan Carlos Ossario has no reason to make any changes to the starting lineup and is expected to bet on the same 11 of the match with Germany.

South Korea made no good impression in the first game. The team was more defensive, and in the attack phase things were definitely lame. The victory over Germany could not have positively influenced the composition of Mexico. A new victory here means getting ahead for the Mexicans. They definitely made a better first match from South Korea and we expect this to be the way to record a new victory.
World Cup Soccer Predictions: 2, under 2.5 goals

South Korea will also be struggling with Mexico

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