Picks, odds, how to watch, stream, and time for Mexico vs. Panama: 2023 Third-place predictions for the Concacaf Nations League

Picks, odds, how to watch, stream, and time for Mexico vs. Panama: 2023 Third-place predictions for the Concacaf Nations League

In the third-place game on Sunday on Paramount+, Mexico and Panama will try to end the 2023 Concacaf Nations League on a high note. In addition to losing a number of important players, each country was eliminated from the semifinals on Thursday. The two sides won’t play again until the 2023 Concacaf Nations League third-place game, which will mark their first encounter since Mexico beat Panama 1-0 in World Cup qualification in February 2022. Watch the game live on Paramount+, which you can now test for the first seven days for free by signing up here, to catch all the excitement.

The game will kick off at 6 p.m. ET at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. The 90-minute money line odds for Mexico vs. Panama now have Mexico as the -165 (bet $165 to win $100) favourite and Panama as the +490 underdog. The over/under for goals is 2.5, while the price for a legal draw is +270.

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Streaming Mexico vs. Panama

Mexico vs. Panama is scheduled for Sunday, June 18, at 6 p.m. ET. You can watch the match live on Paramount+.

Mexico vs. Panama Concacaf Nations League predictions

You must see Brandt Sutton’s Concacaf Nations League predictions before tuning in to the game on Sunday. Former college soccer player Sutton has held the position of top soccer editor at SportsLine for over five years. He has been attentively following football for much longer and uses management strategies, anticipated lineups, and prior results to make the best selections he can while keeping an eye on the game all around the world. With a record of 165-130-2 and a return of approximately $2,200 for $100 players, he was SportsLine’s best soccer analyst in 2022. On MLS choices, he had a successful record of 24-19.

Sutton is selecting Under 2.5 goals with a -135 payout for Panama vs. Mexico. There isn’t much reason to believe that the third-place game will be high-scoring, particularly because neither team will likely be motivated all that much after their semifinal shutout defeats. Additionally, previous matches between these teams have been defensive struggles with little to no goals.

In the last 18 months, these sides have faced off twice, with both encounters taking place during the 2022 World Cup qualifying round. The first match ended in a 1-1 tie, and Mexico triumphed 1-0 in the rematch. Those games were only a microcosm of the longer-term history between these two, as there had been less than 2.5 goals scored in six of the previous nine meetings between Mexico and Panama.

Mexico has scored one goal or fewer in five of their past nine games overall, while Panama has scored under 2.5 goals in five of its previous six games, according to Sutton for SportsLine. Watch the game online here.

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