FIFA World Cup Qualifying Games : CONCACAF has USA & Mexico Fighting for 1st Place

FIFA World Cup Qualifying Games : CONCACAF 10/7 Games – USA & Mexico Fighting for 1st Place

The top teams in the CONCACAF, including the United States, Mexico, and Costa Rica, are back at it on Thursday in FIFA World Cup Qualifying matches. Costa Rica battles favored Honduras, Mexico takes on Canada a massive chalk and the U.S. goes head-to-head against Jamaica. Check out Soccer odds on MyBookie, analysis, and free picks for CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying matches.  

FIFA World Cup Qualifying Games – CONCACAF – Oct. 7 


Jamaica +1 ½ (-138) vs. United States -1 ½ (+104)

When: Thursday, Oct. 7

The United States has played great in their last 5. The Americans beat Qatar and Mexico 1-0 each on their way to a Gold Cup Championship.

Since winning the Gold Cup, the U.S. has drawn with El Salvador and Canada. On Sep. 8, the United States beat Honduras 4-1.

Jamaica is as cold as can be. Although the Jamaicans played well on Sep. 8 to draw 1-1 with Costa Rica, the draw broke a 4-match losing streak. The last time the Jamaicans and Americans clashed, USA beat Jamaica 1-0.

But in the head-to-head before last, the Americans rolled to a 4-1 victory. Team USA should have no trouble covering this handicap.

Soccer Pick:
United States


Costa Rica +190 vs. Honduras +165

When: Thursday, Oct. 7

Both Honduras and Costa Rica show suspect form. The Hondurans have lost 3 and drawn twice in their last 5. Costa Rica has drawn 3 times and lost twice in their last 5.

On June 6, these two drew 2-2. Based on the moneyline odds, another draw is more than probable. But the Hondurans may have to push the attack.

Honduras has 2 draws and a loss in FIFA World Cup Qualifying. Los Ticos shows 3 draws and the 2 losses. If Honduras pushes too much, Costa Rica can score a goal on the counter. Give the slight underdog the nod.

Soccer Pick:
Costa Rica  


Canada +520 vs. Mexico -192

When: Thursday, Oct. 7

FIFA ranks Mexico ninth in the world. At #9, the Mexicans rank higher than Uruguay, Denmark, the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Colombia, Croatia, and Sweden.

Canada ranks #51. Going back to 2013, Mexico has won the last 5 head-to-head matches. The -192 odds won’t make us rich, but based on Mexico’s record versus Canada, El Tri could be an overlay.

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Panama +150 vs. El Salvador +215

When: Thursday, Oct. 7

For the first time since 2016, Panama takes on El Salvador in a meaningful match. Between the two squads, Panama is in much better form.

The Panamanians forced a 1-1 draw with Mexico in their last FIFA World Cup Qualifying game. Before that, Panama beat Jamaica 3-0 in a WC qualifier.

El Salvador has lost 2 straight. Canada beat El Salvador 3-0 in a FIFA WC qualifying match on Sep. 8. Then on Sep. 24, Guatemala upset the El Salvadoreans 2-0 in an international friendly.

El Salvador looks up against it. But the underdog had forced 3 straight draws before the 2 straight losses. So we’ll go for the draw.

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