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Mexico – Honduras Predictions and Tips For Today
Free Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, June 13.
Kick-off: 00:30 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Mexico – Honduras
TIPS: Home Win | Odds: 1.54@1xbet | Result: 0:0 LOST
Mexico – Honduras Preview
- After an extra-time defeat in the final of the inaugural CONCACAF Nations League (CNL), Mexico will remain on US soil by ‘hosting’ Honduras in Atlanta. Despite a first minute goal from Jesús Corona in that CNL final loss vs USA, Mexico endured a ninth consecutive fixture without claiming a HT lead (HT: D6, L3).
- Mexico were a perfect four from four in neutral friendlies played in the USA in 2019 (scoring at least three goals and conceding at least one in every game) leading up to their 2019 Gold Cup title. Since then, Mexico have made three trips to the USA across all competitions, defeating Iceland in a friendly before two drawn 90-minute results in the recent CNL.
- Similar to their opponents, Honduras have not led at HT in a single encounter since the beginning of 2020, securing 1-1 HT draws on the only two occasions in which they recorded first-half goals. Despite scoring in five of those six matches, Honduras’ inability to maintain a clean sheet has seen them fall short of a 90 minute victory in all six games (D3, L3).
- The three-time World Cup finals participants have proven themselves capable of causing an upset by recording a win or draw (after 90 minutes) in four of their eight games as outsiders since the beginning of 2019 (W1, D3, L4). Whilst it was four years ago, and at home, Honduras also potentially hold the psychological advantage after coming from behind to win in their last meeting with Mexico (3-2).
- Players to watch: After socially distancing himself from the scoresheet across 21 games for club or country, Jesús Corona has now opened the scoring in two of Mexico’s last three draws. Meanwhile, Alexander López remains the only Honduran to record their first goal twice since 2020.
- Hot stat: Five of Mexico’s last seven matches with a winner (after 90 minutes) have been decided by a one-goal margin, as have five of the last seven involving Honduras.