Mexico – Panama, stats, odds. The Tricolours host the Channelers in a match on February 3 as part of their qualification for the 2022 World Cup. Do the visitors have any chances? Full statistics and all odds for the match can be found at 1xbet download app.
Team Mexico lost the CONCACAF Gold Cup title last year. In the final of this tournament, the Tricolours lost to the USA.
After a strong showing in their first World Cup qualifier in Qatar, Gerardo Martino’s side produced five wins and three draws in 10 rounds to earn 18 points and third place in the standings. After their 2-1 success against Jamaica, the Maias unexpectedly lost points against neighbours Costa Rica (0-0).
The Panama team played in the Gold Cup last season, where they did not even make it out of the group. They are off to a good start in the main qualifying tournament for the 2022 World Cup, currently in fourth place, with just one point behind the Mayans.
In the last four rounds, the Canal Islanders have lost just once, while recording wins over Honduras (3-2), El Salvador (2-1) and Jamaica (3-2). The team’s performance in the attacking line, which differed 14 times, did not look bad.
In this match we are on the side of the Mexican national team, which failed in the last match and today has no right to make a mistake, which can cost the “Maya” too much. We assume that the Tricolours will come together and get an important win due to the class of the players and the support of the famous Azteca.
Our prediction is an Asian handicap (-1.5) on Mexico and we bet on it at odds of 2.08 at BC Fonbet.
We assume that the opponents will indulge in some meaningful attacking football today. In 3 of the last 4 head-to-head encounters there have been no fewer than three goals scored, which we expect in this game as well.
Second bet – Total more than 2.5 goals for 2.05