Forecast and bet on Jamaica – Mexico, stats, odds. The Reggae Boys take on the Tricolours in a match on January 28 as part of their qualification for the 2022 World Cup. Who will take the upper hand in this duel?
The Jamaican team have twice won silver and bronze medals at the CONCACAF Cup. Last year, the Reggae Boys made it to the quarter-final stage in that tournament, failing to beat the USA (0-1).
In qualifying for the World Cup in Qatar, the Islanders have produced just one win and four draws in eight rounds, corresponding to seven points and sixth position. Modestly, the team’s performance in attack, which has differed on just six occasions, has been modest. In their last two matches, Paul Hall’s men drew with El Salvador (1-1) and USA (1-1).
The 11-time CONCACAF Cup champions failed to hold on to the title last season, which the Tricolours won in 2019. In qualifying for the World Cup in Qatar, the Greens are still in third position. After eight rounds, the Mexicans have four wins and two peaceful outcomes to their credit with 14 points, the same as fourth-placed Panama.
After their 2-0 success against El Salvador, the Maias lost twice in a row to the USA (0-2) and Canada (1-2). Mexico looked good offensively, where they differed 11 times.
Mexico have no margin for error in this match, which could cost them too much. We assume that the game will be tight and fierce, with the “tricolours” managing to get the important three points due to the motivation and class of the players.
We’re predicting a win for Mexico and we’ll bet on it at 1xbet eu at 1.75
We think that Jamaica will try to hold back the pressure of the visitors from the very beginning but it is really unlikely. We expect the minimum number of goalscoring chances and the traditional 1-2 goals.
Second bet – total less than 2.5 goals for 1.68