Saudi Arabia face Mexico in the World Cup on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia will not want a repeat of their last World Cup result after losing 2-0 in their last match against Poland. In this game, Saudi Arabia had 64% possession and 5 of 16 goal attempts were on target. Poland had 9 attempts, 3 of which hit the post. Piotr Cielinski (39′) and Robert Lewandowski (82′) scored for Poland.
Saudi Arabia has been having trouble building up its defenses lately. They have only 4 “goals in front” against their opponents in their last 6 matches. The number of goals scored by Saudi Arabia reached 5 in this match. Of course, it is not clear whether such a model will also appear in this competition.
Mexico, who lost to Argentina in the last World Cup, are trying to make up for it here. In this game, Mexico had 41% possession and made 4 shots, including 1 on goal. Argentina had 5 shots, 2 of which were on target. Lionel Messi and Enzo Fernandez scored for Argentina.
Mexico have hit the target eight times in their last six matches. The total number of goals scored in this period is 6.
We believe that Saudi Arabia will have no choice but to overwhelm a victorious Mexico.
So we see a very close match in the late 90s, with Mexico winning 0-1. Let’s see how it goes.
Hassan Altambakti, Mohammed Al Burayk, Mohamed Kanno, Firas Al-Buraikan, Nawaf Al-Abid, Sami Al-Najei, Salem Al-Dawsari and Saleh Al-Shehri, Mohammed Al Owais, Saud Abdulhamid, Abdulelah Al Amri.
Cesar Montes, Jesus Gallardo, Hector Herrera, Edson Alvarez, Luis Chavez, Hirving Lozano, Raul Jimenez and Alexis Vega, Guillermo Ochoa, Jorge Sanchez, Hector Moreno.
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