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Mexico Faces Tough and Decisive Clash for Qualification in the Copa América

This Sunday (30th), starting at 9 PM (Brasília time), millions of Mexicans will be glued to their televisions to watch another Copa América match. This is because the Mexican National Team will be playing for their spot in the quarterfinals of the competition. Mexico is one of the countries for which StarsPay enables integrations through SPEI, the “Mexican Pix.”

The team, led by coach Jaime Lozano, will not have an easy time. Ahead of them is the strong Ecuadorian team, which also depends solely on their performance to advance to the next phase. In Group B, both teams have 3 points, while Venezuela leads with 6. Ahead in goal difference, the Ecuadorians have the advantage of being able to qualify in case of a draw.

Betting on the Game

As with any football game in a major competition with much at stake, bettors are also looking for their predictions. To give an idea of how balanced the match will be, a popular betting site has both teams with the same odds, at 2.75, paying 3.10 for a draw.

The market expectation does not seem to be for many goals, with the line set at 2.5, and the under paying 1.57 against 2.37 for the over on one of the consulted sites. Thus, it is no surprise that in the popular “both teams to score” market, “No” has the lowest odds at 1.78 against 1.98 for “Yes” on another well-known site.

In corner bets, the main platforms have set the line at 9, with a slight advantage for the under. In a game that promises to be tense and hard-fought, the card market has the number 5.5 as a reference, again with the under having the lower odds. Andres Micolta, from Ecuador, is favored to receive at least one card from the referee.

In the goal scorers market, Enner Valencia and Jordy Caicedo from Ecuador, and the Mexican Santiago Gimenez, are the favorites. As for assist predictions, names like John Yeboah and Angel Mena are highlighted for Ecuador, while Cesar Huerta is favored for Mexico on one of the consulted sites.