THEY call them friendly internationals but they are only friendly for the bookies.
Yesterday there were several shocks involving sides such as Germany, Portugal and Holland and it's why I always urge caution when talking up these type of fixtures.
There aren't too many games today but one that's possibly worth a look is Mexico v Wales in New York (8.05pm).
Mexico can be a class act on their day and they face a Welsh outfit without the likes of Gareth Bale, Joe Ledley, Neal Eardley and David Vaughan.
Keeper Wayne Hennessey is also out and will be replaced by Aberdeen's Jason Brown.
It's a tough test for the Welsh and I'll be on Mexico at 4-7 at Coral. Man Utd's Javier Hernandez is top-scorer favourite but the man to look at is the new Hernandez, Oribe Peralta. The Santos Lugana star has netted 14 goals in 13 games and is 5-1 (various) to net the opener, 6-4 (Paddy Power) to score at any time.
France go into the Euro 2012 finals in good heart and warm up with a meeting against Iceland in Valenciennes (8pm). There should be chances for several fringe men but the French are no bigger than 1-5 with William Hill. At that price try them at 1-2 with Paddy Power minus one.
Star striker Karim Benzema is unlikely to start so consider Olivier Giroud for first goal. The Montpellier ace will be on a high after helping his side to the French title and is 4-1 at bet365 and Paddy Power to score first, 10-11 at Paddy Power any time.
Peralta to score
(6-4, Paddy Power)
Mexico/France -1 double