USA vs Jamaica Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 25/06/2023

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CONCACAF Gold Cup - Soldier Field

1st Round

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

CONCACAF Gold Cup is starting with the group stages and the first match to be played in the competition is the USA vs Jamaica duel, scheduled for Sunday, June 25th. This is our preview of the match, along with some free betting tips.

USA vs Jamaica Predictions and Betting Tips

If you are on the prowl for reliable football betting tips, including our top picks for USA vs Jamaica, you're in the right place:

Our First USA vs Jamaica Prediction: USA to Win

  • USA beat Jamaica in four of their last five h2h meetings
  • This USA team is the reigning champion of the CONCACAF Gold Cup
  • Jamaica is a solid team, but USA are one of the main favourites to win the tournament

Our Second USA vs Jamaica Prediction: Under 2.5 Total Goals

  • The last three h2h duels between these two teams have all gone under 2.5 total goals
  • USA have gone under 2.5 total goals in three of their last four matches
  • This is the first match of the Gold Cup and we expect jitters to affect the players too, so a low-scoring game sounds realistic

Top Odds and Stats for USA vs Jamaica

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

USA odds: -135 (1.74) – 57.40% Probability

Draw odds: +300 (4.00) – 25.00% Probability

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

We can see from the odds that USA are the expected winners in the game, with a 57.40% win probability. On top of that, the main candidate to be the First Goalscorer in the game is Jesus Ferreira with +450 (5.50) odds, which is the same as a 18.20% probability.

USA vs Jamaica Preview: Team News, Latest Form, and Possible Lineups

Check out the latest news and information on both teams here, including our predicted USA vs Jamaica lineups.

USA

As they look at the upcoming Gold Cup as a chance to further prove their status as one of the emerging footballing nations in the world, USA is one of the main favourites to go all the way in this competition. The team won three of the last five editions of Gold Cup, including the last one in which they managed to beat Mexico after extra time in a memorable final.

USA Predicted Lineup:

Turner – Yedlin, Robinson, Miazga, Tolkin – Sands, A. Morris – Roldan, Busio, Vazquez – Cowell

Jamaica

Having reached the finals twice in the last four Gold Cup tournaments, Jamaica is hoping for another deep run this year. They aren't among the main favourites though, with the USA, Canada, and Mexico all more likely to get to the last stage, but Jamaica is a solid team and at least they can hope to get out of the group stages.

Jamaica Predicted Lineup:

Blake – Brown, Mariappa, King, Bell – Richards, Russell, Lambert, Parris – Nicholson, Burke

Starting Lineups

USA

USA
2
DeAndre Yedlin
us
13
Jordan Morris
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3
Aaron Long
us
9
Jesus Ferreira
us
21
John Tolkin
us
4
Matt Miazga
us
Substitutes
19
DeJuan Jones
us
12
Miles Robinson
us
20
Jalen Neal
us
19
Brandon Vazquez
us
10
Cristian Roldan
us
18
Sean Johnson
us

Jamaica

Jamaica
1
Andre Blake
jm
12
Demarai Gray
jm
18
Michail Antonio
jm
17
Damion Onandi Lowe
jm
2
Dexter Lembikisa
jm
15
Joel Latibeaudiere
jm
Substitutes
9
Cory Burke
jm

*Starting lineups are usually announced 1hr before the kick-off

Player to Watch: Brandon Vazquez

One of the players who could stand out at this tournament for the USA team is Brandon Vazquez, the forward for Cincinnati in the MLS league who is still on the younger side, but with plenty of experience.

That being said, Vazquez only played a few games for the senior USA team so far and this tournament will be his chance to prove that he can be one of the key building blocks for the future.

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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.