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  • On Sunday, the United States and Mexico will meet in the Gold Cup Final for the sixth time in the competition’s history. The two titans of CONCACAF have won 13 of the 14 Gold Cup tournaments since the competition was rebranded, and they were the two overwhelming favorites to win this year’s event. Mexico have emerged victorious in four of the five previous finals matches between these two rivals, but the United States are defending champions and are hosting the tournament.   More

  • A rematch of the 2017 Gold Cup Final will determine one of the finals participants this year. The United States and Jamaica met to decide the winner of the Gold Cup two years ago, in what turned out to be a very evenly matched game. The USMNT and the Reggae Boyz were tied most of the way, but a Jordan Morris goal in the 88th minute gave the United States a 2-1 lead that would take them over the line. It was the sixth Gold Cup victory for the United States, and they are hoping to defend their title this year.   More

  • For the first time this year, El Tri looked mortal on Friday. Costa Rica gave Mexico all they could handle, but Mexico survived and moved on to avoid what would have been a stunning defeat. They are now just one win away from a trip to the Gold Cup Finals where they are looking to add to their record number of wins. Only Haiti stands in the way, and Mexico are sizable favorites against Les Grenadiers on Tuesday night.   More

  • Rumors of the United States’ demise as a regional power have been greatly exaggerated. The Stars and Stripes have put a couple lackluster performances before the start of the Gold Cup behind them, and they crushed all three of their opponents in the Group Stage. The USMNT defeated Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, and Panama by a combined score of 11-0, and they are believed to have the easiest path to the semifinals based on the soccer betting line for their match with Curacao.   More

  • The knockout rounds of the Gold Cup will start this weekend, and the excitement can begin in earnest now. We had a couple of small surprises in the Group Stage with Haiti and Curacao making it into the quarterfinals, but neither result was too much of a shock. Seeing either of those Caribbean nations win now would be a surprise though. Haiti will have the first crack at an upset, and they are looking for their best performance at a Gold Cup since their golden era in the 1970s. Of course, the match everyone is excited for will follow shortly afterward when Mexico faces Costa Rica.   More

  • The winner of Group D will be decided on Wednesday night when the United States and Panama meet in the final game of the Group Stage. Both teams come into their final match of this stage undefeated with relatively comfortable wins over group counterparts Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago. However, the USMNT hold the tiebreaker due to their superior goal differential against the common opponents. That means the USMNT just need a draw to win the group, putting the pressure on Panama.   More

  • It’s been business as usual for Mexico so far at the Gold Cup. El Tri have yet to lose a match, and they can lock up first place in Group A with any sort of result against Martinique on Sunday. They have not had any sort of issue with either Cuba or Canada, and they are heavy favorites against Les Matinino. If Martinique are to advance to the knockout rounds if the Gold Cup for just the second time in their history, they almost certainly need what would be a stunning win over Mexico.   More

  • If Trinidad and Tobago are to advance to the knockout rounds of the Gold Cup, they will need to knock off the United States on Saturday. Fortunately for the Soca Warriors, they have a victory over the Stars and Stripes in recent memory. Trinidad and Tobago knocked off the USMNT in the last World Cup qualifying match in 2017, keeping the Americans out of the World Cup. The USMNT has certainly not forgotten that defeat, and they will be out to make amends on Saturday.   More

  • The two favorites in Group A will meet on Wednesday night in a match that will almost certainly determine the winner of the group. Mexico are hefty favorites against Canada. El Tri has a 20-8-3 soccer betting record against Canada, and they haven’t lost to the Canucks since 2000. That was they year Canada won their one and only Gold Cup, so a win here would leave Canadians dreaming of second title.   More

  • The United States will kick off their campaign to defend their Gold Cup this Tuesday. The USMNT are the reigning Gold Cup champions after knocking off Jamaica in the final in 2017, and they are looking to win their eighth Gold Cup this year. However, they have not been in good form ahead of this year’s event. The USMNT have not looked great on either side of the ball, but they are hoping a match against Guyana will be a panacea for their problems.   More

  • The Gold Cup will kick off this Saturday, and the favorite to win the competition will play in the second match of the day. Mexico have won more Gold Cups than any other team, and they are now the favorites to reclaim the title this year due to the struggles of the USMNT. They are expected to hammer Cuba in their opener, so any sort of result for the Lions of the Caribbean will result in raucous celebrations among Cuban fans.   More

  • Tuesday, May 28th, 2019

    2019 Gold Cup Odds and Preview

    By Jonathan Willis There will be history at this year’s Gold Cup. For the first time since the tournament was founded in 1991, some games will take place outside of Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Games will be played in the Caribbean and Central America for the first time ever when Jamaica and Costa Rica host two matches each. However, the United States and Mexico are still considered overwhelming favorites after combining to win 13 of 14 Gold Cup titles.   More

  • Betcris.comWhy spend hours handicapping sports betting lines when you can read everything you need to know about every game here at BetCris? We break down trends, injuries and more in our sports betting previews so you can cash your bet!  More

  • Betcris.comThe group stage of the Gold Cup is said and done with, and it's hard to say that there are too many sides that are all that happy.  More

  • Betcris.comThe CONCACAF Gold Cup is one match day old for all 12 of the teams in the field, and already, we're starting to see a clear divide in the teams who have a real shot at winning the tournament and those who are merely fodder for the rest.  More

  • Betcris.comFollowing what will largely be looked upon as a failure at the Confederations Cup, Juan Carlos Osorio probably has to perform here at the Gold Cup for Mexico if he wants to keep his job for much longer. El Tri shouldn't have any issues in Group C, though there isn't that one team that you'd figure will provide an absolutely certain three points either.  More

  • Betcris.comTechnically speaking, Costa Rica isn't even the de facto "1-seed" in Group A of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Los Ticos are actually technically second best to Honduras. That said, there is no doubt which one of these teams should end up with the top slot in the group when it's said and done with. The big question will be in the chase for third.  More

  • Betcris.comThere are going to be clearly defined favorites in all six of the Gold Cup matches in Group B. It wouldn't be shocking if this was a group that featured six defined winners, all of which end up being the favorites. If that's the case, it's good news for the United States and Panama and bad news for Martinique and Nicaragua.  More

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