Betting Tips

CONCACAF Gold Cup - 11/2 Bet Builder: USA v Mexico

Forget bronze, forget silver, it’s all eyes on the Gold Cup this Sunday, as Mexico and USA lock horns for glory across North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.

16 teams have been whittled down to two, with the Allegiant Stadium in Nevada handed the honour of hosting the 2021 final.

Both Mexico and USA have remained unbeaten over the three-week competition, but something has to give as these rivals meet for the seventh time in the Gold Cup final.

Mexico have won five of the previous six finals and will take that psychological advantage into Sunday’s match.

We’ve knocked up a tasty Bet Builder at 11/2 for the clash in the early hours of Monday morning:

  • Under 2.5 goals
  • Draw after 90 minutes
  • Mexico to lift the trophy

USA v Mexico Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Under 2.5 goals

USA have relied heavily on their stubborn defence throughout the tournament. 

They’ve conceded just once in five outings, but haven’t exactly been destructive going forward.

Four of their five wins have come via a 1-0 scoreline, and we can’t envisage the floodgates to open either end in this nervy finale.

Draw after 90 minutes

Despite playing on away soil, Mexico will fancy their chances against this United States outfit. 

Mexico have a fully fit squad at their disposal, whereas USA have a few omissions from their regular starting eleven.

These sides know each other so well that an un-electric slow-burner is expected in Paradise, Nevada, and a draw after 90 minutes wouldn’t be a shock in the slightest.

Mexico to lift the trophy

Mexico have looked that little more assured and impressive over the tournament so far, and have that squad depth to suggest they could get over the line in extra-time.

In Rogelio Funes Mori and Orbelin Pineda they have two players in-form and hungry to add to their three goals already at the 2021 Gold Cup.

We fancy Mexico to break the hearts of the Stars and Stripes and notch up their 12th Gold Cup.

*All odds are correct at time of publication and subject to change