The Mexican team was placed in Group C of the Qatar World Cup along with Argentina, Poland and Saudi Arabia. The Tri hopes to qualify for the round of 16, but bookmakers put Argentina and Poland ahead
Poland is ahead of Mexico with +350 to advance to the round of 16, while the Mexican team is with +400 to qualify for the next round, according to bookmaker Caesars Sportsbook.
In their direct confrontation, Poland is +160 and the Mexican National Team is +162 in hot.mx, the tie is +200.
The favorite to win Group C is Argentina, while Saudi Arabia is the least likely team to advance to the next round at +2,500. The Mexican team begins its journey with Poland, then Argentina, and ends its group stage in search of a place in the round of 16 against Saudi Arabia.
In casinos, Mexico also does not count as a big favorite to win the Qatar 2022 World Cup. El Tri has odds of +10,000 being in position number 18while Poland is in 13th place with +6,500 and Argentina is in sixth place with +1,100.
The Netherlands are the betting favorites to advance from Group A at -200 ahead of Senegal (+2,750, Ecuador (+650) and lastly the host team Qatar (+2,000). In Group B the favorite is England (-400), ahead of the United States (+600).
In Group E, one of the most closely fought in the entire tournament, Spain (-120) and Germany (+110) are the favourites, while Belgium (-275) and Croatia (+300) have the best chances of winning.e advancing in F, ahead of Canada (+1,400), leader in Concacaf qualifying.
The Concacaf teams already know their destiny in the group stage of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, despite the wait for Costa Rica to face the New Zealand team in the intercontinental playoff.
According to the order of the qualifiers, the United States will be in Group B, Mexico in C, Canada will be in F and, if Costa Rica qualifies, it will be in Group E. On the other hand, lhe Concacaf teams have already defined their inaugural matches, although the schedules remain to be determined.
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