World Cup 2022 qualifiers: Canada vs Mexico prediction and betting tips (November 16)
Mexico seek a win after the disappointing loss to the USA in their last game. Canada haven’t won their opponent in their last six meetings and hope to end it with a win in this game.
Jonathan David (Canada) has scored 3 qualifier goals so far
Jonathan David (Canada) has scored 3 qualifier goals so far
by No Avatar Paul Awoniyi

Canada and Mexico clash in their next World Cup qualifiers game.

The match is scheduled to start at 9:05 p.m. ET on Tuesday, 16 November 2021. The game time by GMT is 2:05 a.m. on Wednesday, November 17. The match venue is Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Canada.

Let’s check out the latest betting odds, key stats, team news and projected starting lineups. Betting tips and match predictions for the Canada vs Mexico (November 16) game are available below.

Canada vs Mexico (November 16) latest betting odds

Canada to win odds are situated at 2.90 (+190 American; 19/10 Fractional), the odds for a draw are situated at 3.30 (+230; 23/10), while Mexico to win odds are situated at 2.50 (+150; 3/2).

The chances of these outcomes are as follows: Canada — 33%, draw — 29%, Mexico — 38%.

Latest betting odds on Canada vs Mexico (16 November 2021):

  • Over 2.5 goals — 2.25 (+125; 5/4)
  • Under 2.5 goals — 1.71 (-140; 7/5)
  • Asian handicap (+0.25) on Canada — 1.74 (-135; 20/27)
  • Asian handicap (-0.25) on Mexico — 2.10 (+110; 11/10)
  • Both teams to score (Yes) — 1.93 (-108; 25/27)
  • Both teams to score (No) — 1.83 (-120; 5/6)

Canada vs Mexico (November 16) match preview and statistics

Canada haven’t lost any of their last seven matches, with three wins and four draws. They’ve won two back-to-back games, beating Costa Rica 1-0 in the last game. The Canucks are third in the group table with 13 points and a +7 goal difference.

Jonathan David won the game in the 57th minute of the second half with a left footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. They had 62% possession, 81% pass accuracy, 14 total shots, nine chances, one big chance, 419 accurate passes, 21 fouls conceded and 10 corners. Canada seeks to qualify for their second-ever World Cup appearance.

Canada team news: No player is injured or suspended for the match.

Mexico lost 0-2 to the USA in their last game. They are second in the table with 14 points and a +5 goal difference.

Christian Pulisic opened the scores in the 74th minute of the second half with a header from very close range to the centre of the goal, from a cross by Timothy Weah. Weston Mckennie doubled the lead in the 84th minute with a right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner.

The USA’s Miles Robinson got a second yellow in the 88th minute and was sent off for a bad foul. El Tri had 51% possession, 78% pass accuracy, eight total shots, three chances, two big chances, 348 accurate passes, 13 fouls conceded, three corners and one offside.

Mexico team news: Hector Moreno is sidelined due to injury, while Nestor Araujo will be back from suspension.

Canada vs Mexico H2H

Mexico haven’t lost to Canada in their last six meetings, with five wins and a draw. They drew 1-1 in the last meeting.

Canada vs Mexico (November 16) key players and lineups

Canada projected starting lineup:

  • Milan Borjan
  • Richie Laryea
  • Steven Vitoria
  • Kamal Miller
  • Sam Adekugbe
  • Tajon Buchanan
  • Stephen Eustaquio
  • Mark-Anthony Kaye
  • Liam Millar
  • Jonathan David
  • Alphonso Davies

The key player to watch out for is Jonathan David. So far, he has scored three goals for the Canucks in the qualifiers. David scored the winning goal in their last match against Costa Rica.

Mexico projected starting lineup:

  • Guillermo Ochoa
  • Luis Rodriguez
  • Julio Cesar Dominguez
  • Hector Moreno
  • Jesus Gallardo
  • Hector Herrera
  • Andres Guardado
  • Alvarez
  • Jesus Corona
  • Raul Jimenez
  • Hirving Lozano

Raul Jimenez is the key player to watch out for in this game. He wants to be on the scoresheet in this game. His team need goal contributions from him in this game to win over Canada.

Canada vs Mexico (November 16) betting tips and prediction

Mexico have a good record against Canada, with five wins and a draw in their last six meetings. The Canucks are in good form ahead of this game, winning two back-to-back games. El Tri are not in bad form, so I wouldn’t count them out. They have a good squad to battle the home team in this game. The game prediction is for both teams to score.

Betting prediction: Both teams to score (Yes)

Odds: 1.93 (-108 American; 25/27 Fractional)

FootballFIFA World Cup 2022 . CONCACAF qualifiers. Final round
Canada — Mexico
Both teams to score (Yes)
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