World Cup Qualifying Odds: US Closes 2021 With Jamaica

Written By Russ Mitchell on November 15, 2021

The US Men’s National Team (USMNT) picked up three critical points Friday with a win over Mexico in CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying. Now they want to stay atop the North America, Central America and Caribbean standings table with a win over Jamaica.

The match kicks off at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Kingston, Jamaica. It will be streamed on the CBS subscriber platform Paramount+. Universo may be a channel option in Iowa, but the commentary will be in Spanish. Tuesday’s matches are the last CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying events of 2021.

CONCACAF World Cup qualifying odds

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It’s also worth mentioning that the USMNT added one more chance to bet on Team USA outside of CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying. The Americans will host Bosnia and Herzegovina at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5 in Carson, CA, near Los Angeles.

FS1 will broadcast that international friendly. The USMNT is calling it a “bridge match” for when the World Cup chase resumes in 2022.

World Cup Qualifying in 2022 takes place right before fans get ready to bet on the Super Bowl. The final set of three qualifiers begin as fans bet on March Madness later rounds and the Final Four.

CONCACAF qualifying update

The World Cup is usually a summer event but Qatar is the host country in 2022. The heat would be too oppressive during conventional dates, so the World Cup will overlap with football season next year. Dates are Nov. 21 to Dec. 18.

Professional soccer leagues worldwide coordinate breaks in their season schedules to give the world’s best players a chance to play for their country.

The eight remaining CONCACAF teams play each other twice over seven months for a total of 14 matches. FIFA gives three of its 32 World Cup spots to the CONCACAF region.

FIFA will then pair CONCACAF’s fourth-place team with a fourth-place team from Asia, the South Pacific or South America. The winner of that head-to-head pairing earns a World Cup spot as well.

Teams get three points for every win and one point for a draw. Goal differentials break any ties in the standings table. After seven matches (win-draw-loss):

  1. US (4-2-1) — 14 points (Goal differential +7)
  2. Mexico (4-2-1) — 14 points (GD +5)
  3. Canada (3-4-0) — 13 points (GD +7)
  4. Panama (3-2-2) — 11 points (GD +1)
  5. Costa Rica (1-3-3) — 6 points (GD -2)
  6. Jamaica (1-3-3) — 6 points (GD -4)
  7. El Salvador (1-3-3) — 6 points (GD -5)
  8. Honduras (0-3-4) — 3 points (GD -9)

World Cup qualifying schedule

Tuesday, Nov. 16

  • 4 p.m. — US at Jamaica (Paramount+ and Universo)
  • 7:05 p.m. — Honduras at Costa Rica
  • 8:05 p.m. — Mexico at Canada
  • 8:05 p.m. — El Salvador at Panama

Thursday, Jan. 27 (Times TBA)

  • Panama at Costa Rica
  • Canada at Honduras
  • Mexico at Jamaica
  • El Salvador at US

Sunday, Jan. 30

  • US at Canada
  • El Salvador at Honduras
  • Costa Rica at Mexico
  • Jamaica at Panama

Wednesday, Feb. 2

  • Canada at El Salvador
  • Costa Rica at Jamaica
  • Panama at Mexico
  • Honduras at US

Thursday, March 24

  • Canada at Costa Rica
  • El Salvador at Jamaica
  • US at Mexico
  • Honduras at Panama

Sunday, March 27

  • Jamaica at Canada
  • Costa Rica at El Salvador
  • Mexico at Honduras
  • Panama at US

Wednesday, March 30

  • US at Costa Rica
  • Honduras at Jamacia
  • El Salvador at Mexico
  • Canada at Panama
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Russ Mitchell has been covering news and sports in northwest Iowa since 1997, including 11 years as managing editor for one of the most acclaimed community newspapers in the state. He looks forward to keeping readers up to date on the growing sportsbook industry in Iowa.

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