It’s fair to say Brazil weren’t exactly at their best in their World Cup opener against Croatia and indeed the hosts rode their luck in Sao Paulo before running out 3-1 winners.
With that potentially nerve-wracking first encounter out of the way and the pressure eased it’s hard to see Luis Felipe Scolari’s men looking as shaky as they take on Mexico and indeed BetVictor make them just 1/3 to pick up another maximum haul.
However, Scolari’s side didn’t exactly convince at the back against the Croats so Boylesports’ 11/10 about both teams finding the net isn’t without appeal.
Alternatively that can be combined with a home win to make it more lucrative, betway rating the ‘double’ at 43/20. Bolder punters can back another 3-1 success for the tournament favourites at 11/1 via Coral and it’s 7/2 at bet365 for Neymar to break the deadlock.
Brazil to win and both teams to score – 43/20 (betway)