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Group A: Brazil vs Mexico

Venue: Estadio Castelao, Fortaleza

Kick-off: 8pm (4pm, Brazil time)

TV coverage: BBC1, from 7.30pm

Best bet: Brazil 1/3, Draw 4/1, Mexico 10/1

Referee: Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey)

Managers: Luiz Felipe Scolari (Brazil)
       Miguel Herrera (Mexico)

One to watch: Oscar

Brazil’s creator in chief was at his best against Croatia, scrapping in midfield, grabbing a goal and assist and playing a part in another goal. His tendency to drop deep makes him difficult to mark and his injury troubles in the second half of the season appear to have left him fresh to star for the Selecao.

Key clash: Fred vs Rafael Marquez

Fred took some criticism for the way he went down against Croatia and Marquez will need to be wary not to get too close to the Brazil frontman whilst also making sure he does not provide a platform for Neymar to star again coming in from the left. A difficult job but one the four-time World Cup captain will relish.

Head-to-head record:
Played 38, Brazil wins 22, Draws 6, Mexico wins 10

Opta stats:

  • Brazil and Mexico are meeting for the fourth time at the World Cup. The Seleção have won their three previous meetings with a combined score of 11-0.
  • Brazil and Mexico met the last time the World Cup was held in Brazil, in the opening game of the 1950 edition at the Maracanã. The Seleção won 4-0.
  • Brazil and Mexico last met in the 2013 Confederations Cup, at the same venue as this game, the Estadio Castelao in Fortaleza. Luiz Felipe Scolari’s men won 2-0 thanks to goals from Neymar and Jô.
  • Mexico have only beaten the Seleção once on Brazilian soil. It was on October 31, 1968 in a friendly (2-1).
  • Mexico have only won one of their 11 games at the World Cup against South American sides (2-1 v Ecuador in 2002), drawing two and losing eight.
  • Luiz Felipe Scolari has faced Mexico once before at the World Cup. It was in charge of Portugal in the 2006 edition. His side won 2-1 in the group stages.
  • Neymar has scored 33 goals in only 50 appearances for Brazil and has six in his last four appearances for the Seleção.
  • Brazil have lost just one of their 34 World Cup matches in the first round/group stages of the World Cup since 1970 (W27 D6) – this came in a 1-2 defeat by Norway in their final group game of 1998 (but they had already qualified for the next stage).
  • The Seleção are now unbeaten in 38 successive matches in Brazil, with their last defeat coming against Paraguay (0-1in a friendly) in August 2002.
  • Oribe Peralta has scored nine goals in his last seven competitive appearances for Mexico, including the winner in the opening group stage game of this tournament.

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