Mexico vs. Suriname odds, how to watch, live stream: Concacaf Nations League predictions for June 11, 2022

Mexico kicks off its 2022 Concacaf Nations League campaign this weekend starting with a Saturday night matchup against visiting Suriname. Gerardo Martino’s men is one of the heaviest favorites in this year’s competition, but enters Saturday’s match on uneven footing after not scoring a goal in their last two matches across all competition. Meanwhile, Suriname put together two gutsy performances against Jamaica, who are seen as Mexico’s big competition early in Nations League play. With Mexico needing a rebound game and Suriname punching above its weight class, this is a 2022 Concacaf Nations League match you absolutely won’t want to miss. You can stream all the action on Paramount+.

Kickoff from Estadio Nuevo Corona in Torreón, Coahuila, México is set for 10 p.m. ET. Caesars Sportsbook lists Mexico as the -5000 favorite (risk $5,000 to win $100) on the 90-minute moneyline in the latest Mexico vs. Suriname odds. Suriname is the +4500 underdog, a draw is priced at +1100 and the over-under is set at 5.5 goals. Saturday’s match will be streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan.

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How to watch Mexico vs. Suriname

  • Mexico vs. Suriname date: Saturday, June 11
  • Mexico vs. Suriname time: 10 p.m. ET
  • Mexico vs. Suriname live stream: Paramount+

Concacaf Nations League picks for Mexico vs. Suriname

Before you tune in to Saturday’s match, you need to see the Concacaf Nations League picks from soccer insider Jon Eimer. He is a high-volume bettor who has vast knowledge of leagues and players across the globe. Since joining SportsLine, Eimer has covered the English Premier League, Serie A, the FA Cup and much more. The Indiana-based handicapper compiled a winning record of 260-133-1 with over 90 units of profit for his community on various platforms over a recent two-month stretch.

For Mexico vs. Suriname, Eimer is betting under 5.5 goals to be scored. The expert reminds us that Mexico hasn’t been in a match with over 3.5 goals since a 4-0 win over Nigeria last summer, and hasn’t been in a match with over 5.5 goals since a 5-1 victory over Bermuda in 2019. Combine this pattern with the fact Mexico hasn’t found the back of the net in the last two games, and it’s very likely this will be a low-scoring game.

However, just because Mexico isn’t scoring a ton of goals doesn’t mean they will sit back and allow Suriname to put on a scoring clinic.

“Mexico has always been the type of team under Martino who win a match 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1, or draw 0-0,” Eimer told SportsLine. “They are a really solid defensive team who rarely runs up the scoreboard. Even if we see aggressive starters, once they’re up 2-0 in this matchup, we shouldn’t be surprised to see starters rested and the pace to slow way down.”

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