Mexico vs South Korea prediction, preview, team news and more

Mexico vs South Korea prediction, preview, team news and more
Mexico vs South Korea prediction, preview, team news and more
The South Korean team will play two international friendly matches within four days, the first of which will be played against Mexico on Saturday. You were on a pretty wrong trip after the World Cup, which was the last time you met Mexico.

South Korea have since won the EAFF E1 title against Japan after being knocked out of the 2019 Asian Cup in the quarter-finals against eventual champions Qatar. These are test times for all football teams where multiple players are unavailable for various reasons. Coach Paulo Bento will try to stabilize the ship over the course of the two friendlies.

Mexico, on the other hand, have won seven of their last eight games. They beat the Netherlands 1-0 in Amsterdam just last month and will deal with the likes of Raul Jimenez to create the spark that could get them across the line against disciplined opposition.

Mexico head to head against South Korea

Mexico and South Korea have given up seven times in the past. Mexico has won three times, South Korea twice. Two games ended in a draw. The last time these two teams met was the 2018 World Cup, and Mexico won the game 2-1 thanks to goals from Carlos Vela and Javier Hernandez.

Mexico form guide: WWWWD

South Korea Form Guide: DLWWW

Mexico versus South Korea Team News

Alan Pulido will be out due to quarantine restrictions. He also recently injured his MCL. Hirving Lozano will return in a Mexican shirt for the first time in a year, and veteran goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has also been called up.

Eric Gutierrez, Javier Hernandez and Jose Juan Macias are not available.

Injuries: Alan Pulido, Eric Gutierrez, Javier Hernandez und Jose Juan Macias

Suspensions: None

As for South Korea, the formidable Spurs man Son Heung-Min will lead the line alongside Hwang Hee-chan. Kwon Chang-Hoon from Freiburg and Lee Jae-Sung from Holstein Kiel will leave after the game against South Korea and will not be available for the next game against Japan, as the regulations in Germany stipulate that they must be in quarantine five days before the next domestic game.

Kim Jin-Su recently tested positive for Covid-19. Hong Chul is out with a knee injury. Kim Min-Jae was not allowed to leave his Beijing Guoan club due to reservations about the pandemic. Lee Yong and Kim Young-gwon will also be absent.

Injuries: Hong Chul

Suspensions: None

Mexico v South Korea Predicted Lineups

South Korea predicted XI: Gu Sungyun, Kim Taehwan, Kim Moonhwan, Park Jisu, Jong-Gyu Yoon, Sohn Junho, Nam Tae-hee, Hwang Inbeom, Lee Kang-In, Hwang Hee-chan, Sohn Heung-Min

Mexico predicted XI: Guillermo Ochoa, Jorge Sanchez, Nestor Araujo, Luis Romo, Hector Moreno, Jesus Gallardo, Jesus Corona, Hector Herrera, Jonathan dos Santos, Hirving Lozano und Raul Jimenez

Mexico versus South Korea prediction

While South Korea may not be the easiest team to beat, Mexico could pack just enough steam and momentum to get across the finish line.

Game prediction: Mexico 2-1 South Korea

Published 13 Nov 2020 08:27 AM

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