Netherlands To Out-Score Mexico

Matt Le Tissier gives freebets.com exclusive Netherlands v Mexico betting tips ahead of their World Cup Second Round clash in Fortaleza, live from 5.00pm on ITV.
At 11/10 a £10 bet would return £21

Netherlands To Beat Mexico

Matt Le Tissier gives freebets.com exclusive Netherlands v Mexico betting tips ahead of their World Cup Second Round clash in Fortaleza, live from 5.00pm on ITV.

Netherlands made a storming start when they thrashed Spain 5-1 and backed that result up with a 3-2 win over Australia and a 2-0 success against Chile. Oranje made it to the final four years ago and look set to go far in Brazil on the evidence of their performances so far.

Mexico edged Cameroon 1-0 in their opening match and did well to keep Neymar and Co at bay when holding Brazil to a 0-0 draw before booking their place in the last 16 with a 3-1 victory over Croatia. El Tri have been knocked out at the Second Round stage at each of the last five World Cups and look hard pushed to avoid that trend continuing against the Dutch.

Matt Le Tissier has betting tips for Netherlands v Mexico in the last 16 of the World CupMatt Le Tissier Tips: “Now we all knew Netherlands were good, but we didn’t know they would be that good. The Dutch smashed Group B and I can see them doing the same to Mexico, so back them at 11/10 with BetVictor.

That said, the Mexicans have played some exciting stuff, and I reckon this could throw up a few belters. Over 2.5 goals at 11/10 with Winner looks the call.”

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Robin van Persie returns from suspension and will come straight back into the starting XI, while Bruno Martins Indi is fit again after an injury ruled him out against Chile. Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal could move Daley Blind to left wing-back, which will probably see Dirk Kuyt drop to the bench.

For Mexico, José Juan Va?quez who is suspended meaning that Carlos Salcido should come into midfield in his absence. Javier Hernandez may have to settle for a place on the bench, while there are no real injury concerns for Miguel Herrera.