CONCACAF Gold Cup: Jamaica vs Saint Kitts and Nevis Prediction, Preview, and Odds (July 2)
- Jamaica could secure top spot in Group A with a big victory in their final match
- Saint Kitts and Nevis have already been eliminated from the Gold Cup
The final round of group stage matches in Group A of the CONCACAF Gold Cup will take place on Sunday evening. It promises to be a tense battle between the USA and Jamaica for the top spot in the standings, with the latter able to secure their spot as group winners with a big win over Saint Kitts and Nevis.
How To Watch
- When: Sunday, July 2, 2023, at 7:00 p.m ET
- Where: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara
- How To Watch: FOX
It promises to be a fascinating final day of competition in Group A at the CONCACAF Gold Cup, with the USA and Jamaica fighting for the spot as group winners. The advantage is with America, but Jamaica could leapfrog their rivals with a wide-scoring win over Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Jamaica currently sits second in the standings, and their progression will be assured with a victory on the final day. However, if they are able to score three more goals than the USA in their final match, then they will finish top of the standings. They should come into this match in good confidence after recording a 4-1 win over Trinidad & Tobago.
There will be no pressure on Saint Kitts and Nevis this weekend, as they have already been eliminated from the Gold Cup after two rounds of fixtures. They have lost each of their two matches. Saint Kitts were beaten 3-0 in their opening match by Trinidad, before they were swatted aside by the United States in their second match on Wednesday.
There has been a clear gulf in quality between the nation and their rivals in the Gold Cup, as they have allowed nine goals and are yet to register an effort themselves. It looks set to be a testing fixture to bring the curtain down on their Gold Cup campaign, but it has been a learning experience.
Jamaica vs Saint Kitts and Nevis Prediction
Jamaica is unbeaten in ten previous fixtures against Saint Kitts, having won on eight occasions. We struggle to overlook the free-scoring Jamaican side this weekend, and the sensible play would be on the nation on the spread.