26-06-23 Daily Football Predictions : Mexico vs Honduras

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Mexico, runners-up in the 2021 Gold Cup, will play Honduras in the opening game for both teams on Sunday at NRG Stadium in Houston as they start their quest to climb back to the top of the CONCACAF mountain. El Tri just finished third in the CONCACAF Nations League after defeating Panama 1-0 on Sunday, while Honduras was defeated 1-0 by Venezuela last week in a warm-up game.

Mexico vs Honduras

Mexico enters this match after defeating Panama 1-0 in their most recent match. Jesus Gallardo, a left-back for Monterrey, scored early in the first half to give Mexico the victory. On the other hand, in their most recent match, Honduras suffered a 1-0 defeat to Venezuela. Yeferson Soteldo of Santos scored in the first half to give Venezuela the victory.

Hirving Lozano of Napoli on the wings and Jesus Manuel Corona of Sevilla up front were left off of Mexico’s roster. Raul Jimenez of Wolverhampton Wanderers, who for a short while was regarded as one of the top strikers in the Premier League, has significantly slowed down recently for both club and nation and has not been included either.

Mexico will take advantage of Honduras’ performance metrics. Over their last 14 games, this away team has quietly accumulated losses. They have suffered 11 defeats over that time. Their weak backline will also be shown here.

The defense of the home team has received a lot of positive commentary. Naturally; they are efficient strategies. They’ve been tough, only allowing 5 goals in their last 15 home games, so they’ll see this as a chance to keep a clean sheet.

While the hosts for this match have survived any recent storms, their opponents have recently been disorganized in defense. 10 of Honduras’ last 14 games have resulted in two or more goals being surrendered. Mexico has won 5 of the last 6 fixtures between these sides before this one.


El Tri has consistently dominated their opponents in previous Gold Cup competitions, scoring 180 goals overall while only giving up 47, for a goal differential of +133.

Since losing 2-1 to Panama in the tournament’s opening match in 2013, Mexico has won at least one point in 14 straight Gold Cup group stage games. In contrast, in their first three games at this tournament two years prior, they did not allow a single goal.

Since 2014, they have only lost against the Hondurans once. In the last three times they have faced them, they have outscored La H 7-0.

A few years ago, these two teams were among the best in the area, but neither has appeared to be performing quite as well lately.

We anticipate the seasoned Mexican backline will have an easier time shutting down Los Catrachos, while their assault should be able to break through against an inexperienced defensive unit. Playing without Quioto could be difficult for Honduras, who largely rely on the CF Montreal attacker.

Tip: Mexico to win / BTTS (YES)

Mexico to win – ✅

BTTS – ❌

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