Jamaica vs Mexico live stream: Concacaf Nations League prediction, TV channel, how to watch online, odds
Nations League play continues as Jamaica top Group A after playing more games than Mexico. The schedule has been tough with so many friendlies for the teams going to the World Cup, but Jamaica have a win and a draw against Suriname while Mexico also beat Suriname. El Tri are looking to use the Nations League to bounce back from their disappointing friendly loss to Uruguay and scoreless draw against Ecuador.
They were able to break through against Suriname with a rotating squad, but continuing that growth while facing Jamaica will be more difficult.
Here are our scenarios, how you can watch the game, and more:
How to watch and odds
Date: Tuesday, June 14 | Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Independence Park — Kingston, Jamaica
Television and live broadcast: Paramount+
Odds: Jamaica +250; Draw +210; Mexico -101 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Jamaica: It is a period of transition. After a big push to sign double nationals into the squad, failing to qualify for the World Cup was a blow for Jamaica. Most of the domestic doubles haven’t been called up for this window after long European seasons, but it’s a good time to see Leon Bailey regain his health against top opponents. They are a team that will be judged more by their process than their results, but getting a home result against Mexico would certainly help.
Mexico: Entering in good health, Mexico will want to score goals while relying on their solid defense. Tata Martino gets a lot of stick due to the attacking performance, but they are one of the most defensively strong Mexican teams in years. If they can continue like this, they will do very well in Qatar.
Mexico’s scoring issues come back to bite them against a Jamaican side who can beat you at the break and the points will be split. Take: Jamaica 1, Mexico 1