Punters are flooding towards backing Jamaica in their first ever Gold Cup final which will kick off in the early hours of Monday morning. The Reggae Boyz dumped favourites USA out of the tournament in the semi finals, helped by the Americans looking really slow and ponderous.
Still, Jamaica took their big chance and the tournament outsiders continued their brilliantly entertaining run. Just to put into context what Jamaica pulled off, that was just the second defeat in the last 19 games for the USA. They go as 7/2 underdogs for the final.
Mexico (5/6 to win at William Hill) have needed three consecutive penalty kicks to move through to the final, two of them coming in stoppage time. They may have luck on their side and experience with them going for their third Gold Cup title in the last four editions.
Mexico have drawn their last four games now (90 minutes) and look poor up front. Jamaica have conceded just seven goals in their last thirteen games, and four of the last five meetings have gone under 2.5 goals. That’s probably the way to go again and the Reggae Boyz for a 90 minute draw has huge appeal at 9/4, going up against a goal-shy El Tri.