Both teams will be using this international friendly as a warm up for various competitions, with Mexico counting down until the CONCACAF Gold Cup and Ecuador looking forward to the Copa America.
El Tri come into the Ecuador match with almost a full squad, only missing man of the moment Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez, who will be hoping to guide Manchester United to Champions League success.
As a result, the Mexicans are favourites to win the game at 3/4, with home advantage tipping the balance in their favour.
Ecuador are 7/2 to sneak the win on away soil, while the draw offers odds of 5/2.
But regardless of any experimenting with squads, the match will be taken with all the seriousness it deserves from both parties as they aim to get in shape for the challenges ahead.
The match will mark the third time these teams have met in the past 18 months in what has become a relatively common friendly match and a good test for both.
Mexico have not fared well in the previous two matches, with Ecuador winning the first 2-1 and the second ending in a goalless draw.
Punters wanting to bet that the forthcoming match will have the same end result can do so. bwin.com offers odds of 27/2 and 29/4 respectively on a repeat of either score.
Although Mexico appear to be the stronger of the two sides, international football betting fans may look to the handicap markets in order to get bigger returns.
By giving the visitors a 1-0 advantage, punters can alter the odds of a home win to 19/10.
Conversely, by giving Mexico a one-goal head start, Ecuador’s price moves to 19/2, with the draw and the home win offering odds of 5/1 and 9/50 respectively.
There are also a host of odds available for those looking to predict an exact number of goals.
bwin is pricing exactly one goal in the match at 15/4, while markets on two (13/5), three (13/4) and four goals (5/1) are also available.
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