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2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Group D Betting

Gold Cup Group D Betting

The hosts of this year’s Gold Cup headline Group D. The United States are looking to defend their Gold Cup and erase the memory of not being able to qualify for last year’s World Cup for the first time since 1990.

The Stars and Stripes have the distinct advantage of playing every match inside the US, but two of the teams in the group have given them trouble recently. Panama beat the US for third place at the 2015 Gold Cup where Los Canaleros were robbed of a place in the final, and Trinidad and Tobago kept the United States out of the 2018 World Cup with a shocking 2-1 win over the Americans in the final qualifying match. Guyana is considered the probable last-place finisher in this group, as they are making their Gold Cup debut.

2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Group D Schedule

Panama vs. Trinidad and Tobago - June 18, 7:30 p.m. ET – Allianz Field, Saint Paul

United States vs. Guyana - June 18, 10 p.m. ET – Allianz Field, Saint Paul

Guyana vs. Panama - June 22, 7:30 p.m. ET – FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

United States vs. Trinidad and Tobago - June 22, 10 p.m. ET – FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

Trinidad and Tobago vs. Guyana - June 26, 6:30 p.m. ET – Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City

Panama vs. United States - June 26, 9 p.m. ET – Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City

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2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup Groups

Mexico Costa Rica (H) Honduras United States (H)
Canada Haiti Jamaica Panama
Martinique Nicaragua El Salvador Trinidad & Tobago
Cuba Bermuda Curacao Guyana

Group Teams Profiles

United States

FIFA Ranking: 24

Best Gold Cup Finish: Champions (1991, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2013, 2017)

This will be Gregg Berhalter’s first real test as the new manager of the USMNT, and anything other than an appearance in the title game would be a major disappointment. The Stars and Stripes no longer have familiar names like Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey, and this is now Christian Pulisic’s team. Pulisic is only 20, but he is the most recognizable name on the roster.

Jordan Morris and Gyasi Zardes are looking to have strong performances up top, and Michael Bradley is the veteran leader in the midfield.

The US was disappointing in international play throughout 2018, but the Stars and Stripes have looked solid on defense in wins over Panama, Costa Rica, and Ecuador in 2019.


FIFA Ranking: 74

Best Gold Cup Finish: Runner-Up (2005, 2013)

The Canal Men made their first World Cup ever in 2018, and although they finished dead last, it was a fitting end to the international careers of the best players in their country’s history. Jaime Penedo, Felipe Baloy, Gabriel Gomez, Blas Perez, and Luis Tejeda all retired immediately after the World Cup, and Roman Torres hasn’t played for Panama since September 2018. That means there will be a lot of youth on this year’s roster and an interim manager will lead the team.

There will at least be some experience in the midfield and at forward with Armando Cooper, Anibal Godoy, Alberto Quintero, and Gabriel Torres returning. However, it seems unlikely that Panama will be as strong of a contender as we have seen in the last few years.

Trinidad and Tobago

FIFA Ranking: 93

Best Gold Cup Finish: Third Place (2000)

The play from the Soca Warriors has dipped since Trinidad and Tobago made it to the 2006 World Cup, but they are still capable of surprising results as the Americans found out in 2017. Khaleem Hyland and Daniel Cyrus are the two most capped players on the roster, yet there isn’t a lot of goal scoring talent.

Willis Plaza and Lester Peltier look to be the two forwards, but the two players have combined for just 13 international goals despite being in their 30s. No one that has been called up in the past year has more than seven goals for Trinidad and Tobago.


FIFA Ranking: 175

Best Gold Cup Finish: Debut

The Golden Jaguars might be on the South American continent, but they are vastly behind their COMNEBOL counterparts in terms of soccer history. Guyana didn’t play international matches for nearly two years this decade, and the country will be making its first trip to the Gold Cup this year.

Guyana wouldn’t have made it to the Gold Cup if not for a 3-0 forfeit win over Barbados due to Barbados using two ineligible players as the initial match result was a 2-2 draw. The Golden Jaguars lost to French Guiana in Nations League qualifying, and they are roundly expected to finish last.

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List of Gold Cup Winners Since 2000

2017 United States Jamaica 2-1
2015 Mexico Jamaica 3-1
2013 United States Panama 1-0
2011 Mexico United States 4-2
2009 Mexico United States 5-0
2007 United States Mexico 2-1
2005 United States Panama 3-1 (pen)
2003 Mexico Brazil 1-0 (a.s.d.e.t)
2002 United States Costa Rica 2-0
2000 Canada Colombia 2-0

The 2019 Gold Cup is currently set to be the biggest field ever. The field has increased rapidly as interest has picked up in the event over the years, and many Central American and Caribbean nations will send teams to the event. Bermuda and Guyana are making their first appearances in the competition, while Jamaica are out to win the Gold Cup after finishing runner-up in 2015 and 2017.

The Stars and Stripes and El Tri have combined to win the last nine Gold Cups with the United States winning five titles and Mexico winning four. Those two countries are again the favorites headed into this year’s event, and they are expected to meet at the final in Soldier Field.

This will mark the first time that Gold Cup matches are held outside the North American continent. Group stage matches in San Jose, Costa Rica and Kingston, Jamaica will be the first of their kind in Central America and the Caribbean. Those stadiums are expected to be packed for the competition.

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