Confederations Cup Odds : Mexico v Italy, Spain v Uruguay Live Streaming as firm offers Luis Suarez & Chicarito refund offer

Its the Confederations Cup with Mexico v Italy, Spain v Uruguay live streaming and free bets from Paddy Power, who report they will offer refunds if Luis Suarez or Chicarito scores last in their respective games.

Brazil defeated Japan 3-0 in the opener last night and with two of the Confederations Cup games taking place this evening, punters and fans should be in for a treat with Mario Balotelli, Chicarito, Juan Mata & Luis Suarez set to feature.

As we know, a good start is key in tournaments such as this one and all four teams in action will be looking to take the spoils.

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First up, Mexico and Italy go head to heado and with this group also consisting of Brazil and Japan, all three points are a must to both of these sides.

Looking at the Italians to begin with, you never quite know what you are going to get from Claudio Prandelli’s men and they often struggle in games like this one.

However, if they are at their best, there is no doubt Italy have the players capable of taking the spoils and the bookies feel as though they will come out on top here as they are the favourites at 13/10.

Prandelli took his side to the final of Euro 2012 of course and if he wants to emulate that success, the likes of Mario Balotelli, Andrea Pirlo and Stephan El Shaarawy must have good tournaments. This could be the time for Balotelli to show the world he is one of the top strikers in Europe.

As for Mexico, they have prided themselves on being tough to beat recently and although they don’t score many goals, they don’t concede a great deal either.

With someone like Javier Hernandez leading the line, the only need to create a half chance as the Manchester United man is one of the best finishers around.

It is going to be tough for Mexico to qualify for the semi-finals, but a win here puts them in great shape and they can be backed at 12/5 in this one.

After this, Spain and Uruguay lock horns in what is probably the pick of the first round of fixtures as both teams have a lot of quality in their respective squads.

With Spain coming into this one as the World and European Champions, it is no surprise they are the 8/13 favourites to take all three points.

You have to go back to the 2010 World Cup to find the last time the Spaniards lost a competitive match and the first game is often an encounter where they get the job done. We might not see the best of them until the knockout stages, should they progress, of course.

Uruguay will see this as the best time to take on the best team in the world and should look to attack them right from the off, especially with Edison Cavani and Luis Suarez to call upon up-front.

The South American outfit should be used to conditions here in Brazil and although they are another side that are inconsistent, they could be good value for the win at 5/1.

We are all set for a cracking evening of action from the Confederations Cup and Mexico v Italy gets underway at 8pm, with Spain v Uruguay following at 11pm.

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