Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 29/06/2023

29/06/23 - 00:30





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Jamaica - Trinidad & Tobago

CONCACAF Gold Cup - Citypark

2nd Round

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

The second round of the CONCACAF Gold Cup starts with a duel between Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago, scheduled for Thursday, June 29th. With that in mind, we have a preview of this match just for you, along with some free betting picks.

Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago Predictions and Betting Tips

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Our First Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago Prediction: Half Time Draw

  • Both teams started the competition well – Jamaica drew with USA, Trinidad & Tobago beat St Kitts and Nevis 3-0
  • Jamaica is the favourite, but they also failed to beat Trinidad and Tobago twice earlier this year
  • The last three duels between these teams have all been tied at half times

Our Second Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago Prediction: Under 2.5 Total Goals

  • Two of the last three h2h duels between these teams have gone under 2.5 total goals
  • In the last two duels, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago scored just one goal combined
  • This is an important match for both teams, so we expect them to be extra careful in defense

Best Odds and Stats for Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago

If you're looking for the best Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago odds and best stats, you can check them out right here:

Now is a good time to consider other betting markets and top odds for this game:

Jamaica odds: -275 (1.36) – 73.30% Probability

Draw odds: +360 (4.60) – 21.70% Probability

Trinidad and Tobago odds: +725 (8.25) – 12.10% Probability

It's pretty obvious from these odds that Jamaica are the expected winners with a 73.30% win probability. Meanwhile, the most likely Correct Score in this match is a 1-0 win for Jamaica at +475 (5.75) odds, which is the same as a 17.40% probability.

Jamaica – Trinidad and Tobago Preview: Form, News, and Probable Lineups

Read about both teams and their news ahead of their duel here, including our predicted Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago lineups:


After their draw with one of the main favourites and the host of the competition USA in the first round of group stages, Jamaica has to feel good about their chances of getting out of the group. However, their next opponent also had a great start and while Jamaica is the favourite, they need to take Trinidad and Tobago seriously. That being said, Jamaica's fans can certainly fell confident right now.

Jamaica Predicted Lineup:

Blake – Lembikisa, Lowe, Mariappa, Lawrence – Reid, Lambert, Johnson, Parris – Bailey, Antonio

Trinidad and Tobago

While their first-round opponent is one of the weakest teams in the tournament, Trinidad and Tobago beating St Kitts and Nevis 3-0 at the start of Gold Cup has to give them a confidence boost. They are still behind both Jamaica and USA when it comes to favourites to get to the next stage, but if they can find strength to avoid a loss against Jamaica, we could very well see them in the next stage.

Trinidad and Tobago Predicted Lineup:

Phillip – A. Jones, Moses, Bateau, J. Jones – Rampersad, Hackshaw – Fortune, Molino, Auvray – Garcia

Starting Lineups


Andre Blake
Joel Latibeaudiere
Demarai Gray
Damion Onandi Lowe
Michail Antonio
Dexter Lembikisa
Cory Burke

Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago
Malcolm Isaiah Shaw
Ajani Fortune
Levi Garcia
Kevin Molino
Luke Singh

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

Player to Watch: Michail Antonio

Since we can see Jamaica winning this game, our player to watch comes from their side and it is West Ham's faithful forward Michail Antonio.

The robust and experienced striker is one of the key players and leaders of this Jamaican team and Trinidad & Tobago will have to keep a close eye on him in this match.

Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago

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