Mexico vs. Netherlands Odds
BRAZIL (The Spread) – One of the best offensive teams meets one of the best defensive teams in the 2014 World Cup today as the Netherlands faces off with Mexico at Noon ET.
The Netherlands won Group B, going 3-0 in the process. Mexico finished second in Group A with a 2-0-1 record. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Netherlands is favored to win this match in regulation, as it has odds of +100 to prevail. Mexico has been given a money line of +275 to win in 90 minutes while the odds of the game being a draw after 90 minutes is +250. The over/under for the match has been set at 2.5 goals.
The Dutch are now 25-11-10 in World Cup play thanks to a 5-1 win over Spain, a 3-2 win over Australia and a 2-0 win over Chile. Netherlands has posted an impressive 10 goals thus far in the World Cup. Arjen Robben and Robin Van Persie each have three goals to lead their team. Robben also has one assist in the three games.
Mexico is now 14-24-14 all-time in World Cup play after beating Cameroon 1-0 and Croatia 3-1. Mexico also played Brazil to a scoreless draw. Mexico has allowed just one goal in the three games thanks largely to the play of goalie Guillermo Ochoa, who has eight saves in the three games. Andres Guardado has led the Mexico attack with one goal and six shots during group play.