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Date: Wednesday, June 19
Start Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
TV Info: ESPN
Fifa Confederations Cup 2013 – Brazil
The 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, the 9th edition of the FIFA Confederations Cup, is an international association football tournament that will be held in Brazil in 2013, as a prelude to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The tournament is expected to be held from 15 to 30 June 2013. Brazil are the defending champions. As the competition partially overlaps with the fourth round of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification in Asian zone, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) asked FIFA to consider a change of date. However, the AFC decided that the match day will be adjusted only for Japan, the representative of AFC for the Confederations Cup. Uruguay, Italy and Spain will have the opportunity to become the third team (after Argentina and France) to win all three major FIFA tournaments: the World Cup, the Olympic football competition and the Confederations Cup.
Match scheduled: Wednesday, June 19
from 01:00 to 03:00 (tomorrow)
Group A (Group Stage) :: 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup :: Brazil
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He was one of Italy’s outstanding players in Euro 2012. Yet, his public image dominated the headlines, overtaking the power of his talents. Focus or rather media glare is on his personal life. His press interviews are highly entertaining while his antics are eye catching.
Nonetheless, under Cesare Prandelli, Balotelli’s best has come out on the pitch. If he produces his best in the Confederations Cup, Italy definitely has a chance to spring a surprise victory.
A ‘bite’ in the heat of the moment in the Premier League saw the Liverpool forward receive a ten match ban. Suarez however did not lose a step; on his return to the pitch with his national side Uruguay, the forward scored and put in a good shift.
Suarez’s commitment and sheer talent cannot be denied. However, his rather animalistic instincts have seen him lose a great deal of credibility in the world of football. Suarez nonetheless can continue to prove himself on the pitch with a great showing for Uruguay on the pitch.
The Brazilian youngster finally decided to test himself on foreign waters by transferring to FC Barcelona. The youngster has a long road ahead of him if he is to challenge for the top honors in European football. His talented undoubtedly has others gushing.
The Confederations Cup will pit him against some of the best defenders of the world. Neymar will have to prove himself in each match. However, the Brazilian has magic in his boots and is definitely capable of impressing.
Hosts Brazil take on Olympic 2012 gold medalists Mexico in their second match of this year’s Confederations Cup.
Brazil are expected to retain the same line-up which humbled Japan 3-0 in the opening match at Estádio Nacional de Brasília. Lucas Moura and Atlético Mineiro striker Jo put up fine displays after coming off the bench and might be given a run out during the match on Wednesday.
Oribe Peralta whose brace downed Brazil last time the two sides met in the London Olympics 2012, is not part of the Mexican Confederations Cup squad. However Mexico’s goal machine Javier Hernandez, who is fifth in the list of the most goals scored by a Mexican player on the international stage is set to lead the attack once again and will be hoping to continue his fine form for the national side.
Mexico head coach José Manuel De la Torre will be enticed to make changes to his starting line-up after losing their opening match against Italy, another loss for El Tri will further reduce their chances to make it to the next round of the tournament. Gerardo Flores and Jesús Zavala were two of the players to have put disappointing showings against Italy and might be demoted to the bench for Mexico’s second game of the tournament.
Brazil will enter the field as definite favourites for the match against Mexico, however following the heart break they suffered in the Olympics Brazil will be keen to avoid any further upsets against their opponents.
Mexico will be relying on the goal scoring abilities of Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez to guide them towards victory against the Samba giants. Chicharito has scored 33 goals for his national side and will be eager to better his tally on Wednesday. The 25 year old has spent most of last season on the bench for Man United despite his impressive goal scoring rate and will be determined to send out a message to his new boss David Moyes with a fine performance against the Seleção.
Hernandez is a natural poacher and can make devastating runs into the box to cause havoc in the opposition half. Chelsea centre half David Luiz will be responsible to keep the “little pea” at bay. Luiz having played against Hernandez on a number of occasions in the Premier League will be aware of his strengths and should be attentive to deny Hernandez much space in the box.
Luiz justified his place in the squad ahead of Bayern Munich’s Champions League winning centre back Dante with a fine performance against Japan and will have to repeat his antics against Mexico if he is to retain his place in the Brazilian starting eleven.
Brazil’s pugnacious attacking force will surely worry the Mexican defence which was fairly organised for the majority of the match against Italy, but failed to cluster together in the ending moments allowing Balotelli to score the winner. They will have to put up a much better performance as a unit to salvage anything out of Wednesday’s game against Brazil.
Brazil’s golden child Neymar registered the first goal of the campaign with a fine volley against Japan. He capped his wonderful goal with a fine performance and was a regular threat to the Japanese defense. Mexico will surely need to devise a plan to keep the new Barcelona man quiet who is certain to prove his undoubted talent to the world.
Head to Head
Jun 3, 2012 – Brazil 0-2 Mexico
Oct 11, 2011 – Mexico 1-2 Brazil
Sep 12, 2007 – Mexico 1-3 Brazil
Jun 27, 2007 – Brazil 0-2 Mexico
Last five matches
Jun 15,2013 – Brazil 3-0 Japan
Jun 9, 2013 – Brazil 3-0 France
Jun 2, 2013 – Brazil 2-2 England
Apr 24, 2013 – Brazil 2-2 Chile
Apr 6, 2013 – Bolivia 0-4 Brazil
Jun 16, 2013 – Mexico 1-2 Italy
Jun 11, 2013 – Mexico 0-0 Costa Rica
Jun 7, 2013 – Panama 0-0 Mexico
Jun 4 , 2013 – Jamaica 0-1 Mexico
May 31, 2013 Mexico 2-2 Nigeria
Prediction from livesoccertv.com
Brazil are perhaps too strong for the Mexican side and even though an upset might be on the cards Brazil should be able to win this one.
Brazil 2-1 Mexico
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