Brazil vs Mexico Live

Brazil vs Mexico LIve:There are not many teams in world football who boast an even moderately successful record against five-time World Cup winners Brazil but in recent years Mexico have proved they have what it takes to upstage the yellow-shirted powerhouse.

Whereas seven of the teams in the knockout stages of the tournament have failed to record a single victory over Brazil since 2000 – admittedly Spain, Denmark and Belgium have only played the South American giants once each – Mexico have won six of their 14 match-ups with Brazil in the same time period.

Only France, who have beaten Brazil three times in six meetings, have a better record of the remaining teams in the last 16.

More impressively, Mexico have won six of their last nine competitive fixtures against Brazil, losing just twice, and will go into their last 16 clash in Samara on Monday full of confidence.

A Mexican side also overcame Brazil to win the gold medal at the 2012 Olympics in London and Mexico held the hosts to a goalless draw in the World Cup group stages four years ago.However, on various occasions in the past these successes over their illustrious rivals from the south have proven false dawns for Mexico and often a catalyst for Brazil.

Mexico’s 1-0 win at the 2001 Copa America is a case in point. It was a disastrous tournament for Brazil, who were knocked out by Honduras at the beginning of Luiz Felipe Scolari’s reign. However, that team went on to win the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea just 12 months later.

Likewise, at the 2007 Copa America Mexico handed Dunga his first defeat as Brazil coach. Brazil went on to win the tournament, whilst Mexico lost in the semis.

Mexico may have produced some fine performances down the years but when it comes to the crunch games they often fail to deliver, as evidenced by their abysmal recent record in the World Cup knockout stages.Their defeat to the Netherlands in the last 16 in 2014 was the sixth successive time El Tricolor have been knocked out in the second round.

Mexico last reached the quarter-finals when they hosted the tournament in 1986 and despite featuring at 15 World Cups they have only appeared in the last eight twice, both times as hosts.

If they are to get over the hump and progress to the quarter-finals for the first time in over 30 years, they will have to overcome a Brazil side using the same defensive organisation and pace on the counter-attack that did for Germany in the group stages.

However, Brazil are not Germany and possess far more creativity and fluidity going forward, which could cause problems for a Mexican team still reeling from a 3-0 loss to Sweden that almost ended their tournament.

It promises to be an action-packed tie in Samara with both sides susceptible to pace defensively while possessing plenty of speed in attack themselves.

If Mexico can harness the spirit of recent results against Brazil they could record the most impressive victory yet over their illustrious opponents and change recent Mexican World Cup history.While Neymar has captured the headlines, it has been Philippe Coutinho who has caught the eye. His pass for Paulinho’s opener against Serbia was footballing perfection.

Weakest links: Brazil were rocking for 15 minutes or so against Serbia before Tite sent Fernandinho on for the distinctly ordinary Paulinho and locked things up. But the former Spurs flop will be back in harness and gives them a soft centre.

Mexico’s lack of a Plan B appeared a real problem once they went a goal down against Sweden. It will be the same tonight if Brazil get the opener.

Likely line-ups and Team Talk: Tite has Danilo available again after a hip problem but appears set to stick with Fagner. Former Chelsea left-back Felipe Luis will stand in for back spasm victim Marcelo.

Probable team: Allison; Fagner, Thiago Silva, Miranda, Felipe Luis; Casemiro, Paulinho; Willian, Philippe Coutinho, Neymar; Gabriel Jesus

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio is without defensive mainstay Hector Moreno after the centre-half picked up his second booking of the group stage against Sweden. Hugo Ayala is expected to come in rather than veteran Rafa Marquez

Probable team: Guillermo Ochoa; Edson Alvarez, Hugo Ayala, Carlos Salcedo, Jesus Gallardo; Hector Herrera, Andres Guardado; Migel Layun, Carlos Vela, Hirving Lozano; Javier Hernandez

Denmark vs Croatia

Denmark vs Croatia Live:  Danish team could not create an identity during the group stage, because they were mostly happy with the game inside and only attacked when there was a dazzling opportunity. They scored just one goal in three games, and the only mistake was punishment for Australia. Seeing that the Croatian team dominated group D, it would be surprising to see that they were trying to attack more than in the group stage.

Croatia will meet with Denmark on the 16th at the World Cup in 2018 in Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, at 11 am Pacific Time on Sunday, July 1.

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The Croatian team reached the top 16 after winning the first place in Group D, while the Danish team went to the elimination stage after winning the second place in Group C.

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Croatian owner Zlatko Dalich said before the game in Iceland that he plans to conquer some players, because his team already has the right to a knockout.

John Obi Mikel slammed the decision, because he feared that it would undermine his country’s ability to join them in the next round.

Denmark vs Croatia Live

Nigeria could not qualify, and Argentina won the second place with one victory in three matches.

Thus, Croats are expected to fight in the last 16 games.

Serious injuries were not before the match, but Croatia should have a good rest after giving some time to the Icelandic reserve team.

That’s how you watch the game and so on. We will definitely return to the live blog of the game half an hour before the start:

Croatia and Denmark did not enter the World Cup, but their midfielders led them to achieve excellent results and place in the top 16 games. But only one person will continue to enter the quarterfinals and meet with Spain – Russia to meet on Sunday. Croatia won a winning streak of three games in Group D, responsible for Nigeria, Argentina and Iceland, and Denmark took second place in Group C, defeating Peru, attracting Australia and attracting the French team.

The destruction of the 2018 World Cup will continue on Sunday, and Croatia will arrive from Denmark at 2 pm. ET. Denmark occupies the 12th place in the world ranking of FIFA, and Croatia takes the 20th place. The Croatian team took the first place in Group D with three victories, and Denmark took second place in France in Group C. On Sunday, Croatia was included in the list of the most popular sports books. Win -120 ($ 120 to win $ 100), and Denmark +400 (the risk of $ 100 wins $ 400). After 90 minutes, the draw is +225, and the total score of the World Cup in 2018 is less than 2.

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Soccerbot won a draw for Argentina – Iceland (+385) and Brazil – Switzerland (+360). He also correctly predicted the dissatisfaction of Iranian Morocco by +275 hours, and only a few large appeals. Anyone who cares about this will rise.

Now, Soccerbot broke the data and broke every corner between Croatia and Denmark. The model released a very powerful version of the financial line, which is available only on SportsLine.

The model knows that Croatia and Denmark have met five times, and each team has won twice.

This will be the first time Croatia will appear at the knockout stage of the World Cup, since in 1998 she entered the semi-finals. The Croatian team is one of three teams that won all three matches in the group stage and scored 7 goals in competitions in Argentina, Nigeria and Iceland. ,

At the same time, Denmark took second place in Group C, a victory and two draws. However, the Danish team entered the Sunday match against Croatia in 16 unbeaten games.

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Croatia vs Denmark

World Cup 2018: Denmark vs. Croatia odds, lines, expert picks, and top insider predictions

Croatia vs. Denmark: World Cup 2018 Live

Croatia, one of the more impressive teams in the 2018 World Cup group stage, takes on Denmark and their star Christian Eriksen, in a knockout match.

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Croatia 2 p.m. ET Denmark

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Croatia’s midfielder Ivan Rakitic. Credit Franck Robichon/EPA, via Shutterstock

How to watch: In the U.S., Fox and Telemundo have the broadcast at 2 p.m., but you can stream it here.
Two Good Defenses, One Good Offense

Denmark and Croatia both have strong defenses; they have so far surrendered only one goal each. But Croatia’s offense is much more prolific, with seven goals to two for Denmark. Croatia has taken 39 shots; Denmark has taken 25, ahead only of Panama and Iran.
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Denmark’s Starting Lineup

Goalkeeper: 1 Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester)

Defenders: 4 Simon Kjaer (Sevilla); 13 Mathias Jorgensen (Huddersfield); 6 Andreas Christensen (Chelsea); 14 Henrik Dalsgaard (Brentford); 5 Jonas Knudsen (Ipswich)

Midfielders: 10 Christian Eriksen (Tottenham); 8 Thomas Delaney (Werder Bremen)

Forwards: 21 Andreas Cornelius (Atalanta); 11 Martin Braithwaite (Middlesbrough); 20 Yussuf Poulsen (RB Leipzig)
Croatia’s Starting Lineup

Goalkeeper: 23 Danijel Subasic (Monaco)

Defenders: 21 Domagoj Vida (Besiktas); 3 Ivan Strinic (Milan); 6 Dejan Lovren (Liverpool); 2 Sime Vrsaljko (Atletico Madrid)

Midfielders: 10 Luka Modric (Real Madrid); 7 Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona); 11 Marcelo Brozovic (Inter Milan)
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Forwards: 17 Mario Mandzukic; (Juventus); 4 Ivan Perisic (Inter Milan); 18 Ante Rebic (Fiorentina)
Croatia Will Lean on Modric

Croatia’s top scorer with two goals is its 5-foot-6-inch star, Luka Modric. At 32, he is at the peak of a career that has taken him to stardom at Spurs and Real Madrid. He is also Croatia’s top passer, and the team rises and falls on his performance.
Denmark vs. Croatia Top Story Lines

• Croatia has advanced to the knockout stage of the World Cup for the second time in its history. The last time was in 1998, when Davor Suker and company beat Germany on the way to the semifinals. This is Denmark’s first visit to the last 16 since 2002.

• Croatia has impressed with a 3-0 start to the Cup in a tricky group, beating Nigeria, Argentina and Iceland.

• With eight yellow cards, Croatia has the most of any team remaining in the tournament. It has committed 55 fouls, second of the remaining teams, three behind France, which has played one more game.

• One of Denmark’s goal scorers is its leader, Christian Eriksen. Modric told reporters, “What I can say about Eriksen is, he’s a fantastic player, a world-class player. He’s the most important player for Denmark.” The other scorer, Yussuf Poulsen, returns for this game from a yellow card suspension.

• These teams have not met in a competitive match since the qualifying for the 1998 World Cup. Denmark won theat game, with Peter Schemichel, father of current keeper Kasper Schmeichel, in goal.

• Croatia is a comfortable favorite to win, with Denmark 4-1 or so.

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