The big game of Group A will take place on Tuesday, with Brazil hosting Mexico at the Estadio Castelao in Fortaleza.Both nations picked up three points in their opening games, with the South American hosts beating Croatia 3-1 and the CONCACAF qualifiers seeing off Cameroon 1-0. A second consecutive win for either side would all but seal passage to the knockout stages.Mexico have managed to reach the last 16 in the last five World Cup tournaments, but they face a real battle to continue that run in making the top two ahead of Croatia this time around.A positive result against Brazil would go a long way to helping them achieve that aim, but Brazil have too much for them and should be able to exploit the weaknesses seen in Mexico’s first match. via | Bleacher Report
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