Canada vs Cuba Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 04/07/2023

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04/07/23 - 23:30

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CONCACAF Gold Cup - Shell Energy Stadium

3rd Round

*These betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Another exciting duel in the final round of Gold Cup group stages is the one between Canada and Cuba, scheduled for Tuesday, July 4th. Check our preview of the game, along with some free betting tips.

Canada vs Cuba Predictions and Betting Picks

If you want to check dependable football betting tips, including our predictions for Canada vs Cuba, you are in the right place:

Our First Canada vs Cuba Prediction: 4-0 to Canada Correct Score

  • Canada beat Cuba in their last three h2h duels, scoring an average of 4.67 goals in those matches
  • Cuba conceded 2.50 goals per game so far at Gold Cup, against Guatemala and Guadeloupe
  • The difference in quality between these teams is clear from FIFA rankings, where Canada is 45th and Cuba 166th

Our Second Canada vs Cuba Prediction: Lucas Cavallini to Score at Any Time

  • In 38 games for Canada, Cavallini has 19 goals, which is an average of 0.50 goals per game
  • Last time Cavallini played against Cuba in Canada's jersey, he scored a hat-trick
  • Cavallini already scored one goal at Gold Cup in the first two rounds

Best Odds, Stats, and More for Canada vs Cuba

If you are searching for the best Canada vs Cuba odds and stats, check them out here, on our site:

We will now take a close look at some of the odds and betting markets for this duel:

Canada odds: -900 (1.11) – 90.00% Probability

Draw odds: +950 (10.50) – 9.50% Probability

Cuba odds: +2200 (23.0) – 4.30% Probability

It is pretty clear from the odds that Canada are the expected winners with a 90.00% win probability. Meanwhile, the top candidate to become the First Goalscorer in this duel is Rubio Rubin at +320 (4.20) odds, which is the same as a 23.80% probability.

Canada – Cuba Preview: Recent Form, Team News, and Possible Lineups

Read the most recent updates and news on both teams ahead of their duel, including our predicted Canada vs Cuba lineups:

Canada

After two draws in the first two rounds, Canada has to get the win over Cuba to get to the next stage. The team is obviously missing a few of their best players, but they are still one of the favorites at Gold Cup and one of the hosts as well. In any case, their fans have to be optimistic about their chances of reaching the next phase, despite not so great performances so far.

Canada Predicted Lineup:

Borjan – Bombito, McGraw, Miller – Laryea, Ahmed, Loturi, Nelson – Osorio – Cavallini, Brym

Cuba

With two losses in the first two rounds of the competition, Cuba is clearly struggling and they have already been eliminated from further competition. Of course, the team will give their best to wreck Canada's plans of reaching the next stage, but it is more likely that they will end their journey at Gold Cup with three losses in three matches.

Cuba Predicted Lineup:

Arozarena – Morejon, Mendez, Piedra, Corrales – Perez, Torrez – Paradela, Hernandez, Pozo-Venta – Reyes

Starting Lineups

Canada

Canada
10
Junior Hoilett
ca
15
Zac McGraw
ca
14
Moise Bombito
ca
1
Dayne St. Clair
ca
4
Kamal Miller
ca
11
Liam Millar
ca
20
Ali Ahmed
ca
22
Richie Laryea
ca
3
Sam Adekugbe
ca
9
Lucas Cavallini
ca
21
Jonathan Osorio
ca
Substitutes
13
Jacob Shaffelburg
ca
8
David Wotherspoon
ca
17
Jacen Russell-Rowe
ca
7
Jayden Nelson
ca
5
Steven Vitoria
ca
19
Charles-Andreas Brym
ca
6
Dominick Zator
ca
16
Tom McGill
ca
23
Scott Kennedy
ca
12
Victor Loturi
ca
2
Zachary Brault Guillard
ca

Cuba

Cuba
18
Yasniel Matos Rodriguez
cu
2
Modesto Mendez
cu
15
Yunior Yuri Perez Perez
cu
23
Luis Javier Paradela Diaz
cu
6
Yosel Piedra
cu
9
Maikel Reyes
cu
8
Eduardo Hernandez Garcia
cu
13
Jorge Luis Corrales
cu
1
Sandy Sanchez
cu
5
Dariel Morejon
cu
7
Willian Pozo-Venta
cu
Substitutes
11
Romario Torres Gutierrez
cu
3
Mario Penalver
cu
21
Nelson Johnston Barrientos
cu
12
Raiko Arozarena
cu
10
Aricheell Hernandez
cu
17
Daniel Rafael Diaz Quiala
cu

Teams often announce their starting lineups one hour before the kickoff.

Player to Watch: Junior Hoilett

The experienced winger failed to score so far at Gold Cup, but he did notch an assist and if Canada wants to get the win here and secure a spot in the next stage, Junior Hiolett will have to contribute.

So, the Canadian left winger who spend a lot of time in England and is currently at Reading is our player to watch in this match and Cuba will have to keep a close eye on him.

Canada vs Cuba


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer who covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.