2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarterfinal Odds, Analysis For USA vs. Canada

Written By

Updated on

2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup Odds for Quarterfinal Matches - USMNT vs. Canada and More

The 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup moves into the quarterfinal round this weekend, with the pairings now set for the knockout phase of the tournament. Online sportsbooks have released betting odds on USA vs. Canada, as well as the other quarterfinal matchups taking place Saturday and Sunday. Below, we’ll take a closer look at the odds and prop bets for each game in the next round of the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup soccer tournament.

CONCACAF Gold Cup betting odds

The US Men’s National Team has made it to the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, where it will meet Canada in the first knockout round of the tournament on Sunday. Sunday’s matches will take place at TQL Stadium in Cincinnati. Saturday’s matches, which include Mexico taking on Costa Rica, will happen at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The table below has odds from Bet365, which are subject to change. It includes 3-way moneylines, totals, and odds to qualify for the next round. Note that for sportsbook purposes, soccer matches that remain tied at the end of regulation time count as draws. Bets on a team to qualify for the next round cover wins that take place both in regulation or in extra time. “PK” designates betting on whether penalty kicks will be necessary to decide the match, and “BTTS” is short for “both teams to score.” Click on the odds below to place a wager.

TimeMatchup3-way MLTo qualifyTotal goalsBTTS
7 p.m. ET
at Arlington, TX
Draw: +275
PK: +550
Over 2.5: +115
Under 2:5: -150
Yes: +110
No: -150
9:30 p.m. ET
Costa Rica
at Arlington, TX
Draw: +333
PK: +800
Over 2.5: -150
Under 2:5: +115
Yes: -106
No: -125
5 p.m. ET
at Cincinnati, OH
Draw: +250
PK: +500
Over 2.5: +125
Under 2:5: -163
Yes: +120
No: -163
7:30 p.m. ET
at Cincinnati, OH
Draw: +275
PK: +600
Over 2.5: -106
Under 2:5: -118
Yes: -106
No: -125

CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament winner odds

The table below shows futures odds on all remaining teams to win the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup. The current favorite is Mexico, then the US, with Canada a distant third. All odds on the following tables are provided by bet365 and are subject to change.

Costa Rica+2000
Odds from Bet365 Sportsbook – Click the odds to place your bet.

CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinal match analysis

Saturday, July 8

Panama vs. Qatar

Panama got here by going undefeated to win Group C. It’s the nation’s best opening round performance in this tournament since 2013. The last time Panama made it to the quarterfinal round of the Gold Cup was 2019, and its last two trips to the final eight have ended in eliminations after close matches. Panama was eliminated from 2022 World Cup contention with a 5-1 loss to the US team during qualifying, but since then has not lost an international match in which the team has scored.

Qatar slipped into the quarterfinal round with a surprising 1-0 win over Mexico, plus the right mix of results elsewhere in the group. The team scored a single goal in all three of its group play matches, but all those goals came early on, with the team trying to hold on defensively in the second half. Qatar coach Carlos Queiroz’s teams have won all three international matches they’ve played against Panama, but he’ll be working with a diminished roster after the win over Mexico brought plenty of yellow cards for Qatar.

Halftime/full time odds

Odds from Bet365 Sportsbook – Click the odds to place your bet.

Mexico vs. Costa Rica

Mexico won Group B despite the 1-0 loss to Qatar in the final match of group play. A 4-0 win over Honduras set the tone in the first match, and Mexico went on to beat Haiti 3-1 to seal the group win. Mexico has made it to the quarterfinals of every Gold Cup tournament thus far, and the team hasn’t lost a quarterfinal match in this tournament since 2005.

Costa Rica’s lone win in group play came in a high-scoring affair against Martinique. Costa Rica has not fared well against Mexico in the past — it’s been almost a decade since the team has beaten El Tri in any competition, and it has never done so in the Gold Cup. In the last four meetings between the two squads, Costa Rica has not scored a single goal.

Halftime/fulltime odds

Costa Rica/Mexico+1800
Costa Rica/Tie+1800
Mexico/Costa Rica+4000
Odds from Bet365 Sportsbook – Click the odds to place your bet.

Sunday, July 9

Guatemala vs. Jamaica

Guatemala won Group D, defeating Cuba and Guadeloupe while playing to a draw against Canada. Defense was the main focus, as the team didn’t concede its first goal of the tournament until the final group stage match. This is the first meeting between these teams in any competition since 2012. Guatemala won that game, 2-1.

Jamaica was an offensive powerhouse in group play, scoring 10 goals through three matches. The team has also given up at least one goal in five of its last six matches, and it finished second in Group A behind the US team. Jamaica has typically been strong in the Gold Cup, making it as far as the finals twice, most recently in 2017.

Halftime/fulltime odds

Odds from Bet365 Sportsbook – Click the odds to place your bet.

USA vs. Canada

The US team is on a roll of late, going unbeaten in its last nine matches. This squad got a big confidence boost when it won the CONCACAF Nations League just last month, defeating Mexico in the semifinal before dispatching Canada 2-0 in the final. The US outscored opponents 13-1 in group play to finish at the top of Group A, but the competition will get much tougher now in the knockout stage.

Canada surprised many people by qualifying for the World Cup in 2022, though the team didn’t make it out of the group stage there. Since then, Canada has lost only one match. Unfortunately, it was a 2-0 defeat against the US in the CONCACAF Nations League final in June.

Halftime/fulltime odds

Odds from Bet365 Sportsbook – Click the odds to place your bet.

How to watch the CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinals