Mexico vs Costa Rica Betting Tips and Match Prediction

A massive three points will be up for grabs on Sunday as Costa Rica search for their first road victory of CONCACAF qualifying for World Cup 2022 when they face Mexico at Estadio Azteca.

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Mexico vs Costa Rica betting odds and tips

Mexico has an odd of 1.25(bet ₹100 and wins ₹125 if Mexico wins). Bet Now

Costa Rica has an odd of 13.00(bet ₹100 and wins ₹1300 if Costa Rica wins). Bet Now

If this match Draws then odd is 5.25(bet ₹100 and win ₹525 if the match draws). Bet Now

More odds and Betting Tips for Mexico vs Costa Rica

  • If you place a bet for total scoring of Mexico over 2.5. Odds are 1.11( ₹100 bet will return ₹111.)Bet Now
  • If you place a bet for total scoring of Costa Rica under 2.5 Odds are 1.03( ₹100 bet will return ₹103)Bet Now
  • Place a Bet if Home team Mexico beat the first Goal. Then it has odds of 1.29( ₹100 bet will return ₹129)Bet Now
  • Place a Bet if Away team Costa Rica beat the first Goal, then it has odds of 1.17( ₹100 bet will return ₹117)Bet Now

Match Details

Match:  Mexico vs Costa Rica, World Cup 2022

Date: January 31, 2022

Time: 04:30 AM (IST)

Venue: Estadio Azteca.

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Squad Comparison


Typically a shoo-in to qualify for every World Cup, CONCACAF giants Mexico have found that making it through to the finals this time around could be harder than in years past. Following a 2-1 defeat to Canada at the end of their previous qualification window, manager Gerardo Martino reportedly offered his resignation in the locker room, though if that did happen, his players rejected his offer as he remains their coach. Should he fail to get this team to the finals, he is unlikely to receive that same vote of confidence from the front office, and at the moment, his team looks anything but comfortable, conceding the opening goal in their previous three qualifiers.

Against the Reggae Boyz in their last game, the Mexicans looked sluggish and out of sorts in the opening 45 minutes, falling behind on a Daniel Johnson header early in the second half despite the Jamaicans being down to 10 men at that point. Eventually, they managed to fight their way back with two goals in the final 10 minutes, ending a three-match winless run in all competitions and remaining in a top-three position, which would secure their place in Qatar this upcoming November.

Mexico Playing XI

Ochoa; Arteaga, Moreno, Araujo, O. Rodriguez; Guardado, Herrera, Lainez; Vega, Funes Mori, Martin

Costa Rica

After starting their qualifying campaign without a victory in their first four games, the Costa Ricans have come to life, narrowly beating Honduras (2-1) and the Panamanians as they sit in fifth, two points behind Los Canaleros for a playoff. They have not shown a ton of quality in those two victories, particularly when it comes to passing the ball, with an accuracy of 72% and 70% in those games, but this veteran group has continued to press and worked hard to squeak out six points. Luis Fernando Suarez has a ton of veterans and leaders on this team who should be comfortable playing with one another on the field, as they are well-structured and organized.

The issue surrounding this group in the Octagon thus far has been a lack of creativity in the middle of the field, as they do not create a ton of good scoring opportunities, nor do they have much depth in attack, having failed to score in three of their nine qualifying fixtures. While playing in a place like Estadio Azteca presents its share of challenges both physically and psychologically for any visiting team, Los Ticos can boast something that many can’t, having beaten El Tri in that fortress of a stadium, 2-1 in the qualifying stages for the 2002 World Cup.

Costa Rica Playing XI

Navas; Fuller, Vargas, Calvo, Matarrita; Venegas, Tejeda, Borges, Galo; Campbell, Ruiz

Match Prediction for Preston Mexico vs Costa Rica

The Mexicans have been shaky and unconvincing, to say the least, but they still know how to get through those tough stretches, and they should be able to push numbers forward and eventually find a breakthrough against a Costa Rican side, who have rarely created much quality to worry other teams in the Octagon.

Mexico is unbeaten at home soil in their qualifying campaign and dominated the game against Jamaica. They also boast the second-best attacking and defending record in the campaign, so are expected to dominate the proceedings against the visiting side. Costa Rica had just two shots on target against Panama and was behind on possession stats as well. They have just one win against Mexico in their travels, so while we expect the game to be closely contested, a win for the home side seems to be the likely outcome here.

Mexico 2-0 Costa Rica, predicted by us.

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