The 2023 Concacaf Nations League will resume on Thursday on Paramount+, with Suriname hosting Mexico. Although Mexico’s World Cup performance in November was disappointing, it should be optimistic going into this Group A encounter after defeating Suriname 3-0 the previous summer. This will be Suriname’s first game of any type since defeating Nicaragua 2-1 in a friendly match in September. Watch around 2,400 soccer matches a year on Paramount+, which you can check out for free for the first week, and see what happens when you stream the game live there.
The game will begin on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET from Flora Stadium in Paramaribo, Suriname. Mexico is classified as the -700 favourite (risk $700 to win $100) in the most recent Suriname vs. Mexico wager from Caesars Sportsbook, while Suriname is positioned as the +2400 underdog on the 90-minute money line. The total goals over/under is 3.5, while the price for a draw is +525. The crucial Premium subscription, which you can test out for seven days for free, is required to watch Thursday’s game live on Paramount+.
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Watching Mexico vs. Suriname
The match between Suriname and Mexico will take place on March 23 at 8 p.m. ET.
• Paramount+ will broadcast Suriname vs. Mexico live. (try free for one week)
Picks for Mexico vs. Suriname in the Champions League
See Jon Eimer’s predictions for the Concacaf Nations League before tuning in to the game on Thursday. Eimer is a high-volume bettor who is well knowledgeable about leagues and athletes all around the world. He has covered the FA Cup, Serie A, the English Premier League, and many more events since joining SportsLine. This season, he has picked every Premier League game for SportsLine with an astounding 50-25-1 record, giving his followers a profit of more than 18 units. Anyone trying to follow him is far up.
Eimer is selecting Mexico with a -2.5 handicap against Suriname for a +120 payoff. The expert points out that the last meeting between these two teams might have easily finished with a Mexico victory of 5-0 or 6-0, and that Diego Cocca’s men would be much more difficult to play this time around since they are keen to make up for a poor World Cup performance.
Eimer acknowledges that despite his fondness for “an underdog story,” he simply doesn’t see Suriname succeeding at the difficult job they face on Thursday.
“They do have a few top players, like Sheraldo Becker from Union Berlin in the German Bundesliga and Joey Roggeveen from Ajax Amsterdam, but the gap in class between the two starting 11s should be too much for the hosts to bear, and this game has the potential to turn ugly quickly,” Eimer told SportsLine.