South Korea vs Mexico World Cup 23.06.2018

South Korea vs Mexico Today’s Soccer Prediction

South Korea

The South Koreans suffered double losses in the first round. They left the field after the match against Sweden without adding a point. Having managed to hold on to goal-less equality almost to the end, they committed a penalty that led to a 1-0 defeat and limited chances of qualifying for the last 16 of the Russian World Cup.
Another loss was that of defender Park Jo-Ho. He left the game still in the first half due to muscle injury. So he should not play in the Russian World Cup any more. Kim Min-Woo, who stepped into his place in the match against the Swedes, is likely to remain among the starters to face Mexico.
The players registered for the World Cup by South Korea were:
Goalkeepers: Kim Seunggyu (Vissel Kobe-JAP), Kim Jinhyeon (Cherry Osaka-JAP) and Cho Hyeonwoo (Daegu FC-COR);
Defenders: Kim Younggwon (Guangzhou Evergrande-CHN), Jang Hyunsoo (FC Tokyo-JAP), Jeong Seunghyeon (Sagan Tosu-JAP), Yun Yeongseon (Seongnam-COR), Oh Bansuk, Kim Minwoo Bluewings-COR), Park Jooho (Ulsan Hyundai-COR), Hong Chul (Suwon Bluewings-COR), Go Yohan (Seoul Seoul FC) and Lee Yong (Jeonbuk Hyundai-COR);
Socks: Ki Sungyueng (Swansea-GAL), Jeong Wooyoung (Vissel Kobe-JAP), Ju Sejong (FC Seoul-COR), Koo Jacheol (Augsburg-ALE), Lee Jaesung (Jeonbuk Hyundai- COR), Lee Seung- Hellas Verona-ITA), Moon Sunmin (Allsvenskan-SUE);
Attackers: Kim Shinwook (Jeonbuk Hyundai-COR), Son Heungmin (Tottenham-ING), Hwang Heechan (RB Salzburg-AUS).

Mexico

The numbers from the Germany-Mexico clash somewhat distort the starting match and can have a negative influence on the team’s upcoming matches. They show a dominant European team (61% to 39% possession), who tried more than twice the number of finals (25 to 12) and kept that proportion in the shots in the right direction (9 to 6).
However, within the four lines, what was seen was a much more concentrated and efficient Mexican team. He had less chances to score, but the opportunities he created were far more dangerous than the Germans. Thus, the team showed a lot more efficiency in the moment of defining what to do with the ball.
It remains to be seen whether coach Juan Carlos Osorio, who is adept at promoting profound changes from one game to another, will keep the scheme and the athletes used to surpass the four-time world champion or keep his tradition of changing the team.
The players invited by Mexico for the World Cup in Russia were:
Goalkeepers: Jesús Corona (Cruz Azul-MEX), Alfredo Talavera (Toluca-MEX) and Guillermo Ochoa (Standard Liege-BEL);
Defenders: Edson Alvarez (América-MEX), Hugo Ayala (Tigres-MEX), Jesús Gallardo (Pumas-MEX), Miguel Layún (Sevilla- ESP), Héctor Moreno and Carlos Salcedo (Eintracht Frankfurt-ALE);
Socks: Marco Fabián (Eintracht Frankfurt-ALE), Jonathan dos Santos (LA Galaxy-USA), Andrés Guardado (Real Betis-ESP), Héctor Herrera (Porto-POR) and Rafa Márquez (Atlas-MEX);
Attackers: Javier Aquino (Tigres-MEX), Jesús M. Corona (Porto-POR), Giovani dos Santos (LA Galaxy-USA), Chicharito Hernández (West Ham- ING), Raúl Jimenez PSV Eindhoven-HOL), Oribe Peralta (América-MEX) and Carlos Vela (Los Angeles FC-USA).

Soccer Prediction of the Day South Korea vs Mexico

It is difficult to place bets on Mexican stability. Performance history shows an irregular selection. This trend has been strengthened since Osorio took over. However, even taking that aspect into account, South Korea’s fragility in its debut game makes Mexico’s success considered the best guess in that game for the second round of the World Cup group stage. Russia.

Prediction Today: Mexico wins

Odds: 1.70

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