Olympics Gold Medal Match as Brazil face Mexico at tempting price for punters

The Gold Medal match between Brazil and Mexico takes place on Saturday as Victor Chandler announce they are celebrating with a new free bets offer, as the game really does look to be a classic between these two huge football nations.

With a chance to stand on top of the podium at stake, both teams will be going all out for the win and goals could come on a regular basis as firms report plenty of money is still coming in for the Brazilians at a tempting price of 1/2.

Looking at Brazil to begin with, they were tipped as the favourites in this Olympic football tournament and have not disappointed.

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The Brazilians have only really has one scare so far when they had to twice come from behind against Honduras in the quarter-final.

With the amount of talent they have on show it is difficult to look past Brazil winning their first ever gold medal at the Olympic Games.

Neymar will be the player that everybody has their eye on. He has set this tournament alight so far with superb free-kicks, moments of individual brilliance and extreme talent. One more big performance from him and it could be gold for the South Americans.

Don’t write of Mexico though, they are by no means just there to make up the numbers.

Being the underdogs could suit them as the pressure is somewhat off and as we have seen in the Olympics in the past, upsetting the odds is possible.

They have scored ten goals in the competition, including three from Giovanni Dos Santos so he is sure to be full of confidence going into the final.

The Mexicans will need to put in their best performance of the tournament so far if they are to take a gold medal.

That said though, defeat is not a disaster as they are guaranteed a silver – something they would have taken at before the competition started.

This gives Mexico even more incentive to go out and attack their opponents.

Whatever you say about Olympic football, this one looks to be a superb tie and is not to be missed.

Tommy graduated from Sheffield University in 2009 with a Journalism degree and has worked in various professional industry posts including the football print media.