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[Group F] Germany Vs Mexico



Group F of the 2018 FIFA World Cup took place from 17 to 27 June 2018.[1] The group consisted of Germany, Mexico, Sweden, and South Korea.[2] Sweden and Mexico were the top two teams that advanced to the round of 16. The incumbent World Cup champions, Germany, placed last, making it the first time since 1938 that Germany did not advance beyond the first round,[3][4] and the first time ever, the group stage.[5] The early German exit was "greeted with shock in newspapers around the world".[6]




[Group F] Germany Vs Mexico



Fair play points would have been used as tiebreakers if the overall and head-to-head records of teams were tied. These were calculated based on yellow and red cards received in all group matches as follows:[2]


And now we go to the heartbreak. Mexico's 2-1 win over Saudi Arabia was not enough to send them through. They pushed hard for a third goal to get them into second in the group, but ended up conceding in injury time, which sealed their fate.


Carr: Morocco are one of three teams that didn't allow a goal in the first two group matches, and they'll be comfortable defensively with whatever Canada throw at them. Having already been eliminated, Canada might be spent from the opening whistle, or they might wear down later in the match, which will help a Morocco side that were at their best late against Belgium. Morocco to win at plus-money.


Cuff: Canada is in their first World Cup since 1986. As one of the hosts, they'll be back in 2026 as well. This group has pride and despite just running out of gas early against Croatia they battled. I think they'll acquit themselves well, but Morocco is the superior team with everything to play for. Morroco to win is the play, but with the Moroccans tied with the Croatians on 4 points, but 1 goal down on goals difference, it's more likely they could blowout Canada by a few and end up winning the group which pays +225. Worth a sprinkle there.


The Australian men's national team -- known as the Socceroos, one of the best nicknames in soccer -- have returned to the World Cup's round of 16 for the first time since 2006. With a 1-0 upset win over Denmark on Wednesday to close the group stage, the Socceroos advance, the Danes go home, and this World Cup keeps delivering unpredictable results. Team Chaos reigns again!


He's not wrong. The Americans have scored just twice in the group stage, and their attack doesn't seem poised to get any better, unless maybe coach Gregg Berhalter decides to give Jesus Ferreira his first minutes of the tournament and the striker lights it up. Or maybe Gio Reyna will finally start and go off on the Netherlands. That doesn't seem likely, especially against a good Dutch side, but who knows -- weirder things have happened at a World Cup. Either way, the Netherlands are definitely the favorites for Saturday's match, so we should probably all heed Stephen A.'s advice and check our expectations at the door.


[2.31%] Netherlands loses to Qatar, Ecuador draws Senegal: Ecuador (5 points) wins the group, and either Netherlands (4 points) or Senegal (4 points) advances as runner-up. If Netherlands loses to Qatar by one goal, Netherlands advances based on goal difference. If Netherlands loses to Qatar by two goals, whichever of Senegal or Netherlands scores more goals in their final match advances; if they score the same number of goals in their final match, Netherlands advances based on having previously beaten Senegal head-to-head. If Netherlands loses to Qatar by three goals or more, Senegal advances based on goal difference.


[5.32%] England loses to Wales, USA beats Iran: Team USA (5 points) wins the group, and either England (4 points) or Wales (4 points) advances as runner-up. Wales needs to win by at least four goals to advance.


[4.34%] England loses to Wales, USA loses to Iran: Iran (6 points) wins the group, and either England (4 points) or Wales (4 points) advances as runner-up. Wales needs to win by at least four goals to advance.


[4.34%] England loses to Wales, USA and Iran draw: England (4 points) wins the group, and Wales (4 points) advances as runner-up, unless Wales beats England by four goals or more. If England loses to Wales by four or five goals, Wales wins the group and England advances as runner-up. If Wales beats England by seven goals or more, Wales wins the group, and Iran (4 points) advances as runner-up. If Wales beats England by exactly six goals, Wales wins the group, and either Iran or England advances as runner-up based on goals scored, which England leads Iran by two going into the final matches. If they remain tied (i.e. Wales beats England 6-0, Iran and USA draw 2-2), England advances because it beat Iran when the two teams met head-to-head last week.


Saudi Arabia shook up Group C last week with its shock defeat of Argentina, one of the betting-odds frontrunners to win the tournament. Poland (currently with 4 points) now tops the group and only needs a draw to make it to the Round of 16. Saudi Arabia (3 points) advances with a win against Mexico, and Argentina (3 points) advances with a win against Poland. At the bottom of the table, Mexico (1 point), a team that has yet to score a goal in this tournament, needs to beat Saudi Arabia to have any hope of staying in the competition.


[17.98%] Argentina beats Poland, Mexico and Saudi Arabia draw: Argentina (6 points) wins the group, and either Poland (4 points) or Saudi Arabia (4 points) advances as runner-up. Poland advances if it loses to Argentina by two goals or fewer; Saudi Arabia advances if Poland loses to Argentina by four goals or more. If Poland loses to Argentina by three goals, either Poland or Saudi Arabia advances based on whichever team scores more goals in their final match; if they score the same number of goals, Poland advances because it beat Saudi Arabia head-to-head.


[12.42%] Argentina and Poland draw, Mexico beats Saudi Arabia: Poland (5 points) wins the group, and either Argentina (4 points) or Mexico (4 points) advances as runner-up. Mexico advances if it beats Saudi Arabia by four goals or more. Argentina advances if Mexico beats Saudi Arabia by two goals or fewer. If Mexico beats Saudi Arabia by three goals, either Mexico or Argentina advances based on goals scored, which Argentina leads Mexico by three going into the final matches. If they remain tied (i.e. Argentina and Poland draw 0-0, Mexico beats Saudi Arabia 3-0), Argentina advances because it beat Mexico head-to-head.


In Group D, reigning World Cup champion France (currently with 6 points) has already guaranteed its advancement to the knockout stage and is all but certain to be the group winner. Australia (3 points) advances if it beats Denmark. If Tunisia does not win, Australia advances with a draw against Denmark, while Denmark (1 point) advances if it beats Australia. Tunisia (1 point) needs to beat France to have a chance at progressing, though it would still depend on the outcome of the game between Australia and Denmark.


[2.2%] France loses to Tunisia, Denmark loses to Australia: France (6 points) and Australia (6 points) advance, with the order determined by goal difference, which France leads Australia by six going into the final matches. If they remain tied, the next tiebreaker is goals scored, which France leads Australia by four going into the final matches. If still tied (i.e. Tunisia beats France 2-1, Australia beats Denmark 5-0), France wins the group since it beat Australia head-to-head.


[20%] Germany beats Costa Rica, Spain and Japan draw: Spain (5 points) wins the group, and either Germany (4 points) or Japan (4 points) advances as runner-up, based on goal difference. Germany advances if it wins by more than one goal. If Germany wins by one goal, the tiebreaker is goals scored, which Japan leads Germany by one going into the final matches. If they remain tied (i.e. Germany beats Costa Rica 1-0, Spain and Japan draw 0-0), Japan advances because it beat Germany head-to-head.


[2.1%] Germany and Costa Rica draw, Spain loses to Japan: Japan (6 points) wins the group, and either Spain (4 points) or Costa Rica (4 points) advances as runner-up. Spain advances if it loses by 13 goals or fewer. Costa Rica advances if Spain loses by 14 goals or more.


[0.7%] Germany loses to Costa Rica, Spain loses to Japan: Costa Rica (6 points) and Japan (6 points) advances, with the order determined by goal difference, which Japan leads Costa Rica by six going into the final matches. If they remain tied, the group-winner is determined by goals scored, which Japan leads Costa Rica by one going into the final matches. If still tied (i.e. Costa Rica beats Germany 7-0, Japan beats Spain 6-5), Costa Rica wins the group based on having previously beaten Japan head-to-head.


[8.12%] Croatia and Belgium draw, Morocco loses to Canada: Croatia (5 points) wins the group, and either Morocco (4 points) or Belgium (4 points) advances as runner-up. If Morocco loses by more than one goal, Belgium advances. If Morocco loses by one goal, Belgium must score more goals in its draw against Croatia than Morocco scores in its loss to Canada to advance. If Morocco in its one-goal defeat scores the same number or more goals than Belgium scores in its draw against Croatia, Morocco advances.


[1.6%] Brazil loses to Cameroon, Switzerland beats Serbia: Brazil (6 points) and Switzerland (6 points) advance, with the order determined by goal difference, which Brazil leads Switzerland by three going into the final matches. If they remain tied, the group winner is determined by goals scored, which Brazil leads Switzerland by two going into the final matches. If still tied (i.e. Cameroon beats Brazil 1-0, Switzerland beats Serbia 2-0), Brazil wins the group based on having previously beaten Switzerland head-to-head.


[1.16%] Brazil loses to Cameroon, Switzerland and Serbia draw: Brazil (6 points) wins the group, and either Switzerland (4 points) or Cameroon (4 points) advances as runner-up. If Cameroon wins by more than one goal, the team advances. If Cameroon wins by one goal, the next tiebreaker would be goals scored, which Cameroon leads Switzerland by two going into the final matches. If they remain tied (i.e. Cameroon beats Brazil 1-0, Switzerland and Serbia draw 3-3), Switzerland advances because it beat Cameroon head-to-head. 041b061a72


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