Mexico and Bosnia To Meet For Final Tune-Up on June 3rd

Published on June 1st, 2014 5:47 pm EST

One of the last international friendlies to take place before the 2014 World Cup will feature two countries who will be participating in the event - Bosnia and Mexico.

Many of the recent friendlies have featured at least one country that won't be participating in the upcoming World Cup. Bosnia and Mexico, however, have both qualified for the event and will be using their game on Tuesday as a final tune-up.

Both Bosnia and Mexico have something in common when it comes to the World Cup - they will both have an extremely strong South American team in their group.

Mexico is participating in Group A, which includes tournament favourites Brazil, as well as Croatia and Cameroon. Bosnia, on the other hand, will be playing in Group F which includes Argentina, Iran and Nigeria. Argentina currently has the second best odds of winning the tournament.

In short - both teams will have some work to do to make it past the Group stage, though Bosnia will be playing in a slightly easier group.

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Here are the odds for Tuesday's friendly:

Mexico, 2.15
Draw, 3.30
Bosnia, 3.40

As you can see, Mexico are the slight favourites to win, though none of the outcomes are better than even money.

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As mentioned, both of these teams will be using this game as a final tune-up before the World Cup gets underway on June 12th.

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