Match Preview: Haiti 0-0 Mexico Prediction and Betting Tips 03.07.2019

Haiti – Mexico Predictions

We can help you in betting. With our prediction and betting tips you can earn money.

Haiti 0-0 Mexico

Date: 03.07.2019 | Match at: 03:00 | League: CONCACAF – Gold Cup | Tip: HT/FT – 2/2 | Odds: 1.80 | Bookie: Bwin


Match Preview

Sunday’s 3-2 victory over Canada sent Haiti into the Gold Cup semi-finals and made it four straight victories for the Caribbean based side. Key to their success has been their free-flowing ability in front of goal, which has seen them score two or more goals in each of those four wins, with notably two of those goals coming from the penalty spot.
Not just striking in attack, Haiti have also proven pretty robust in defence. Although they have kept just three clean sheets across their previous 12 matches, they have conceded over 1.5 goals in just two of those fixtures – on both occasions the two goals conceded came within ten minutes of each other.
Mexico are in the midst of a great run which has seen them win seven of their previous eight matches (D1 – 90 mins only). Their success is thanks in large part to their scintillating form in front of goal. Impressively, Gerardo Martino’s men have averaged 3.38 goals per game across that winning streak. Notably though, they don’t boast a great defensive record which as a result, has seen both teams score in seven of those eight matches.
The last meeting between the sides was way back in 2009 when Mexico beat Haiti 4-0. If Mexico replicated that scoreline again it will be the third time across the previous eight H2H matches that they would have scored exactly four goals.
Players to watchDuckens Nazon has two goals in his previous two Haiti appearances – both came between the 45th and 60th minute.
Wolves forward Raúl Jiménez has been in blistering form for Mexico, scoring four goals across his previous four matches.
Stat attack: There have been three penalties awarded across Haiti’s last five matches.
None of Haiti’s previous 14 matches have finished as a draw.
Seven of Mexico’s last eight matches have seen over 3.5 match goals.