USA vs Mexico Prediction – World Cup 2022 – 11/13

USA vs Mexico prediction on November 13, 2021. USA vs Mexico will face each other in the 7th round of VLWC in the Concacaf area. The match will be played at 09:10 on November 13, 2021, at TQL Stadium.

USA Overview

USA vs Mexico Prediction

Being a strong counterweight at CONCACAF when from 1990 to now, the US team has only missed 1 time in the final round of the WC. Therefore, it is not surprising that this season, coach Berhalter Gregg’s men soon got 2nd place after 6 rounds. 

Specifically, this team has 3 wins, 2 draws, and 1 loss. The number of goals that the US team brings is also relatively stable with a performance of 1.5 goals/game. The defense is still a solid belief for them when only conceded 4 goals. 

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Besides, the US team is also supported by the home field, where this team has won 2 consecutive matches and is unbeaten in this year’s campaign. Obviously, fans can completely trust the team’s point-based match.

Mexico Overview

Not too strange on the world football map, Mexico is always the most prominent name in the CONCACAF area. Even the achievement that “Tricolor” has is worthy of being a leading force here. They have 11 regional championships along with 2 times in the quarterfinals of the WC. The continuous development of football helps Mexico still maintain their position in this playground. 

The clear proof is that the leading position on the table at the moment with 4 wins, 2 draws, and has not lost any matches in 6 rounds. Besides, coach Martino Gerardo’s men continued to show their good attack ability with 10 goals. The defense is still considered the bright spot of this team when receiving 0.5 goals per game. This is the premise for them to move to the next victory.


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USA vs Mexico Prediction

Asian Bet – USA vs Mexico Prediction

The US was absent from the WC finals in 2018, where this team fell into a mess when parting with a series of pillars. But with its bravery as well as their investment in football, the US team has gradually regained their position with a promising group of players this season. Not to mention names like Adams Tyler, Roldan Cristian, or Arriola Paul, the faces are constantly shining in recent times. 

On the away side, Mexico has always been known for their stability in playing style. Along with that is a development training center that helps them maintain a comprehensive framework in their squad. The unbeaten record in the past 2 years against CONCACAF teams is the clearest proof of that. Not only that, but Mexico is also in extremely impressive form with the last 6 unbeaten matches. And remember that Mexico has not lost to the US in important wars.

USA vs Mexico prediction: Choose Mexico 0.25

European Bet

USA vs Mexico Prediction

The European odds rate Mexico’s ability to win is higher than that of the opponent. Despite playing away, but the stability in his play in recent matches, Mexico is still gaining the trust of the fans. 

.Not only that, according to statistics, coach Martino Gerardo’s men are also more superior than the US in the past with 2 wins and 1 draw. They have not lost any matches in the past 2 years. The 11th position in the FIFA world rankings ranked above both Italy and Germany is also clear proof that the balance is in favor of the away team.

Choose Mexico (FT)

Over/Under Bet – USA vs Mexico Prediction

The wars between the US and Mexico are considered finals of CONCACAF because the two teams are still considered rivals here. And because of that, the number of goals became less in a tense match. Not only that, the next rematch here also has an extremely important quality. The prudence will be trusted by the coaches of both sides. It should be remembered that 4/6 times the two teams’ confrontations have a score of 1 – 0.

USA vs Mexico prediction: Choose Under 2

Line up

USA: Turner, Roldan, Robinson, Sands, McKenzie, Cannon, Lletget, Adams, Aaronson, Dike, Pulisic.

Mexico: Talavera, Sepulveda, Salcedo, Herrera, Rodriguez, Gutierrez, Alvarez, O. Rodriguez, L. Corona, Funes, Lozano.