FIFA World Cup Preview: Brazil Train Guns on 'Revamped and Revived' Mexico

Brazil coach Luis Scolari may have seen his side beat Bosnia and Herzegovina in the FIFA World Cup 2014 opener. He however is aware that a repeat of the 'jittery' performance against Mexico could be disastrous.

updated: June 17, 2014 13:57 IST
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A year after his team struggled to beat old rival Mexico in the Confederations Cup, Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is bracing for another tough time when the two sides meet in the World Cup on Tuesday.

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File photos of Mexicos forward Javier Hernandez (L) and Brazils forward Neymar.


The match comes with both teams having their eyes set on a place in the second round after making winning starts in Group A. With Brazil beating Croatia 3-1 and Mexico edging Cameroon 1-0, the winner will advance to the round of 16 if Cameroon and Croatia draw on Wednesday in Manaus.

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