2019 Gold Cup Soccer Finals Sports Betting Odds Preview

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The 2019 Gold Cup has reached the Finals as the United States will meet Mexico on Sunday July 7th to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide. Start time is slated for 9PM Eastern Time from Chicago Illinois with coast to coast broadcast by Fox Sports 1 TV.

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The current three way line available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Mexico favored to win in regulation by +122 odds with Team USA returning +210 odds. The 90 minute draw brings back +215 odds.

United States in Group D play won all three of their games to finish with a goal differential of +11. A notable win in the group stages came in a 6-0 win to Trinidad. In the quarterfinal round the Americans battle Curacao and came away with a 1-0 win with a goal in the 25th minute by Weston McKennie. US only possessed the ball 48% of the time. In the semifinals the USA opponent was Jamaica. The Americans gave a better offensive showing in their 3-1 win. Weston McKennie starting the scoring with a goal in the ninth minute. Christian Pulisic contributed with a pair of goals coming in the 52nd and 87 minutes. Ball possession was still an issue for the US with 51% in the win. In the Gold Cup the United States have allowed just one goal in their five games.

Mexico also won all three of their Group A games and finished with a goal differential of +10. In the quarterfinal round El TRI battled Costa Rica to a 1-1 tie after regulation and additional extra time. Raul Jimenez scored in the 44th minute for the only Mexico goal. In the penalty round the team got past the Costa Ricans 5-4 as goalie Guillermo Ochoa made the game winning save. In the semifinals the Mexicans faced an improved Haiti team and win 1-0 in additional extra time. Raul Jimenez scored on a disputed Penalty Kick for the win. Many have been critical of Mexico only scoring one goal total in regulation time in their two knockout games. Mexico and USA met once last year in a friendly played in Nashville Tennessee with the US winning 1-0 with a goal by Tyler Adams in the 71st minute.

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