When Mexico plays Haiti in a 2023 Concacaf Gold Cup Group B contest on Thursday, they will want to record their third straight shutout. On June 18, the Mexican team defeated Panama 1-0 in the 2022–23 Concacaf Nations League third-place match, and on June 19, they defeated Honduras 4-0 in their first match of this competition. Haiti has scored in six straight games across all competitions since beating Qatar 2-1 in their first Gold Cup game.
The game is scheduled to begin at 10 p.m. ET at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. According to Caesars Sportsbook’s most recent Mexico vs. Haiti odds, the Mexicans are the -330 favourites (risk $330 to win $100), while the Haitians are the +850 underdogs. The odds for a 90-minute draw are +390, while 2.5 goals are the over/under on the total number of goals scored. See what seasoned SportsLine soccer analyst Martin Green has to say before committing to any predictions for Haiti vs. Mexico.
Green has covered the sport internationally after spending many years working in the sports betting business as a professional sports journalist and handicapper. Since the World Cup last year, Green has had success with his soccer predictions in a number of leagues, including the Champions League (+4.78 units), the FA Cup (+3.07), the EFL Cup (+3.64), the Euro 2024 qualifiers (+3.01), the Europa League (+1.60), and the Concacaf Gold Cup, where he has a 3-1 record.
Green recently unveiled his choices and forecasts after thoroughly analysing Mexico vs. Haiti from every perspective. View Green’s choices right now by going to SportsLine. For the matchup between Haiti and Mexico, here are the odds and trends:
- Mexico against Haiti money line: Mexico -330, Haiti +850, Draw +390
Haiti vs. Mexico total goals: 2.5
Mexico is favoured by 1.5 points (110 units) vs Haiti.
Mexica has gone 14 games without losing in the Gold Cup group stage. Haiti has lost six of its past seven Gold Cup games after giving up the first goal in those games.
Reasons to support Mexico
Since their 2-0 defeat by Argentina in the 2022 World Cup group stage, the Mexicans have only lost one of their last nine games in all competitions. In that time, they’ve amassed four clean sheets while compiling five wins, three ties, and three draws. 12 different players have scored goals for Mexico throughout this period, giving them a total of 16 goals.
In the nine-game span, midfielders Luis Romo, Orbelin Pineda, and Luis Chavez have each scored twice. The 28-year-old Romo scored the first of his two goals less than a minute into the match against Honduras, and all three players found the back of the net. With three goals coming in the 2021 tournament, Pineda’s total was his seventh in 13 Gold Cup games overall. Check out the teams to choose.
Reasons to support Haiti
After losing 2-1 to Guatemala in an international friendly on March 27, the Haitians haven’t lost since, amassing six victories and a tie in all competitions. During their winning run, Haiti has outscored its opponents 24-6, scoring four goals or more in three of the games while recording three clean sheets. Carnejy Antoine, a striker, has been the team’s most prolific player lately. Over the group’s previous six games, he has scored five goals.
Mondy Prunier, Frantzdy Pierrot, and Derrick Etienne Jr. have each scored four goals within that time frame, along with two each from Duckens Nazon and Steeven Saba. Winger Derrick Etienne Jr. has also scored three goals. In the 97th minute against Qatar on Sunday, the 28-year-old Pierrot scored the game-winning goal to extend his goal-scoring run to three matches. With 18 goals in 32 games this season, Nazon leads all scorers for CSKA Sofia in the Bulgarian First League. Check out the teams to choose.
How to predict who will win Mexico vs. Haiti
Concacaf Gold Cup Group B match analysis by Green has covered every facet of the game. He offers a thorough analysis of this game, is leaning Under on the goal total, and has two confident best bets locked in, one of which pays plus money.