Mexico vs Qatar Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 03/07/2023

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CONCACAF Gold Cup - Levi's Stadium

3rd Round

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

Another interesting matchup in the last round of group stages at Gold Cup is the Mexico vs Qatar duel, scheduled for Monday, July 3rd. So, let's take a better look at the game and what we can expect from it.

Mexico vs Qatar Predictions and Betting Tips

If you're on the lookout for dependable football betting tips, including our picks for Mexico vs Qatar, you've come to the right place:

Our First Mexico vs Qatar Prediction: Over 2.5 Total Goals

  • Mexico went over 2.5 total goals in four of their last five games in all competitions
  • In the last five games, Mexico averaged 3.20 goals per game
  • Qatar averaged 2.50 goals per game in their two matches in the group

Our Second Mexico vs Qatar Prediction: Mexico to Win and Lead at Half Time

  • Mexico won three games in a row, including both of their matches in group stages at Gold Cup
  • Qatar is without a win in their last three games and have just one win in their last five
  • The difference between these teams is evident in their FIFA rankings – Mexico is 14th, Qatar is 58th

Best Odds and Useful Stats for Mexico vs Qatar

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

Draw odds: +400 (5.00) – 20.00% Probability

Qatar odds: +650 (7.50) – 13.30% Probability

It is obvious from the odds that Mexico are expected winners in this match with a 73.30% win probability. Also, the top favorite to become the First Goalscorer in this duel is Henry Martin at +350 (4.50) odds, which implies a 22.20% probability.

Mexico – Qatar Preview: Team News, Latest Form, and Potential Lineups

Find all the latest information on both teams right here, including our predicted Mexico vs Qatar lineups:

Mexico

After wins in their first two games in the group stags, Mexico already secured their place in the next phase and while they haven't theoretically secured first place, it would take a miracle to get push them into second place. So, their fans can relax and enjoy the last-round duel against Qatar without any stress.

Mexico Predicted Lineup:

Ochoa – Araujo, Alvarez, Vazsquez, Gallardo – Alvarado, Rodriguez, Romo – Lainez, Martin, Antuna

Qatar

Failing to get more than one point from the first two matches in group stages puts Qatar in the last place in their group and their chances of progressing are pretty slim, although they do exist. Qatar could finish second if they can beat Mexico and Haiti don't beat Honduras, so it's not that far fetched. However, Qatar will be without suspended Yusuf Abdurisag in their next game.

Qatar Predicted Lineup:

Barsham – Al-Rawi, Suhail, Salman, Ahmed – Fatehi, Meshaal – Madibo, Waad, Gaber – Al-Abdullah

Starting Lineups

Mexico

Mexico
13
Guillermo Ochoa
mx
6
Gerardo Arteaga
mx
4
Edson Alvarez
mx
8
Carlos Rodriguez
mx
7
Luis Romo
mx
11
Santiago Gimenez
mx
21
Israel Reyes
mx
9
Jonathan Herrera
mx
2
Julian Araujo
mx
17
Orbelin Pineda
mx
Substitutes
20
Henry Martin
mx
1
Jose Rodriguez
mx
22
Victor Andres Guzman
mx
15
Uriel Antuna
mx
12
Luis Malagon
mx
5
Johan Vasquez
mx
10
Alexis Vega
mx
16
Diego Lainez
mx
14
Erick Sanchez
mx
23
Jesus Gallardo
mx

Qatar

Qatar
16
Mostafa Taerk Mashaal
qa
10
Mohammed Waad Abdulwahab Jadoua Al Bayati
qa
17
Tameem Mansour Al Abdullah
qa
Substitutes
20
Jassem Gaber
qa
7
Mahdi Salem Almejaba
qa
4
Youssef Ayman Farahat
qa
1
Salah Zakaria
qa

Teams usually release their starting lineups an hour before kickoff.

Player to Watch: Luis Romo

After scoring two goals against Honduras, Romo was quiet in the second round against Haiti, but he still played a good role in this team convincing win.

With that in mind, Luis Romo is our player to watch in this game and Qatar will have to keep a close eye on the midfielder if they want to get a good result here.

Mexico vs Qatar


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.