Mexico head coach Juan Carlos Osorio conceded an influenza bug hit the Mexico camp before their game with Germany, which influenced his substitutions.

Be that as it may, Osorio is required to stay with a similar beginning line-up for his group's second game in Group F.

South Korean guardian Jo Hyeonwoo, an unexpected call-up, should keep his place after a strong execution in the 1-0 vanquish by Sweden.

The South Koreans may hope to reshuffle their attacking 4-3-3 development.

South Korea will be edgy to stop their World Cup losing streak, which presently remains at three games in the wake of losing their opening match in Russia.

Yet, in the wake of neglecting to keep a perfect sheet in 12 of their last 13 World Cup matches, keeping Mexico out could be as challenging to find as a goal at the opposite end.

The South Koreans have not scored in their last two games, but instead, they have never gone three back to back matches without scoring a goal in the opposition.

Mexico will be floated by their great triumph over shielding champions Germany in their opening game, and Osorio's side – and unfaltering barrier – will be trying to beat.

Hirving Lozano scored El Tri's champ against the Germans, and the striker is in the intensely hot frame, following 17 goals and eight aid 29 appearances for PSV in the Dutch best flight last season.

South Korean midfielder Ki Sungyueng will move to joint-6th on his nation's unsurpassed appearances list on the off chance that he gets his 104th top on Saturday.


South Korean midfielder Jung Woo-youthful: "You can look at the two groups on paper, however, we, know we need to create comes about that can [disprove] individuals' forecasts.

"We simply consider how we can prevent Mexico from playing their style of game."

Mexico coach Osorio stated: "It's the ideal opportunity for Mexico to demonstrate that we can step up.

"We are, as far as anyone knows, better than our adversaries. We need to force our (own) conditions."
Midfielder Marco Fabian stated: "We achieved our first target and have beaten Germany, yet we can't sit back. Some view us as gathering top picks now, and that is a compliment – however, it's one we, shouldn't accept. There are no top picks in this World Cup."