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Mexico and Ecuador face at the El Teniente Stadium, Rancagua, in a match for the 3rd round of the Group A of Copa America.
Mexico has the advantage in the head to head history between these teams. In the last 11 matches, Miguel Herrera’s team registers 8 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss. The last time Ecuador won was in 2010.

Analysis of Mexico

Mexico arrives at this match after a 3-3 draw against host Chile, in a crazy match: Vicente Vuoso scored the equalizer. Although this competition isn’t a priority for the Mexicans, they are in the 3rd position of the group and have a good chance to qualify for the next round, since they face the weakest team of the group in this last round.
Unlike the match against Bolivia, Mexico played an open match against Chile, taking more offensive risks. It’s important to stand out that against Bolivia coach Miguel Herrera presented a very defensive strategy.
Although there isn’t a lot of data from this competition, it’s important to notice that Mexico scores and concedes more goals in the first half: 2 scored and 2 conceded so far.
Probable line-up: Jesús Corona; Gerardo Flores, Julio Domínguez, Hugo Ayala, Adrián Aldrete; Javier Güemez, Juan Carlos Valenzuela, Juan Medina, Jesús Corona; Vicente Vuoso, Raúl Jiménez.
Coach: Miguel Herrera

Confirmed Lineup: José Corona, H. Ayala, G. Flores, J. Domínguez, J. Valenzuela, E. Velarde, J. Güemez, J. Medina, M. Vuoso, R. Jiménez, Jesús Corona.
Coach: M. Herrera.

Analysis of Ecuador

Ecuador is pretty much eliminated from the next stage, after two losses in the 2 previous matches: 2-0 against Chile and 3-2 against Bolivia. They are in the last position of the group, with no points.
In the last match against Bolivia, Ecuador had a terrible first half. After conceding two early goals, they missed a penalty, by Valencia, and conceded another goal before halftime. They have done a lot better in the second half and scored 2 goals, but it wasn’t enough to win or even get the equalizer.
Another interesting data is that in their last 2 matches ended with Over 1,5 goals.
Probable Line-up: Alexander Domínguez; Juan Carlos Paredes, Frickson Erazo, Gabriel Achilier, Wálter Ayoví; Pedro Quiñónez, Christian Noboa, Fidel Martínez, Jefferson Montero, Miler Bolaños; Enner Valencia.

Coach: Gustavo Quinteros

Confirmed Lineup: A. Domínguez, G. Achilier, J. Paredes, A. Mina, W. Ayoví, C. Noboa, J. Montero, R. Ibarra, O. Lastra, E. Valencia, M. Bolaños.
Coach: G. Quinteros.

Betting suggestion:

This will be an open match with goal opportunities for both teams. Therefore, due to the offensive quality of both teams and to the defensive weakness they usually present, we expect both teams to be able to score at least a goal.

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Copa America - 2015 Chile

  • 100% 26 / 26 Games

  • Home team wins 57.69%
  • Draws 19.23%
  • Away team wins 23.08%
  • Over 1.5 53.85%
  • Over 2.5 38.46%
  • Over 3.5 23.08%
  • Goals 59
  • Goals /match 2.27
  • Goals /match home 1.46
  • Goals /match away 0.81
  • Both teams score 42.31%
  • Goals after 80' 16.95%
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