Canada Vs. Trinidad And Tobago Odds & Betting Preview: Will Canada Qualify For The Copa America?

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A crucial game takes place Saturday in Frisco, Texas, as Canada will take on Trinidad and Tobago in a Nations League play-in. The winner will take one of the six spots for CONCACAF teams that will play in the Copa America tournament this summer. The 2024 CONMEBOL Copa America will take place from June 20 through July 14.

Below, we will break down both teams’ odds from some of the top soccer sportsbooks. We also give some analysis for both teams heading into the game.

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When taking a look at what Canada brings to the table, you might notice an odd mix of stars. On one hand, the team features players such as Alphonso Davies, the star winger who plays for Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, and on the other hand, you can find 11 other rostered players who play in Major League Soccer.

This team has a great mix of strengths and weaknesses, and after losing in its previous qualifier, it now looks to lock up the final spot to play in the 2024 Copa America. Along with Davies, the team has Jonathan David, both of whom excelled during the 2022-23 Nations League. David scored four goals and captured three assists, and Davies provided three goals during this period.

Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago comes in at a world rank of 96 and an overall record against Canada of 2-7-2. While the odds indicate an uphill battle, it’s something the team has overcome before. Key players for Trinidad include Reon Moore, Alvin Jones, and Ajani Fortune. Fortune is the only current MLS player.

Trinidad and Tobago beat Canada both times in 2000, once 2-0 and another time 4-0. Both of these wins stunned Canada and any hope it had of moving on in the 2000 World Cup.