Jamaica vs Mexico Live Series: Concaf Nations League Predictions, TV Channels, How to Watch Online, Difficulties

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The game in the League of Nations continues because Jamaica has played more games in Group A than Mexico. Scheduling has been difficult for the teams going to the World Cup with many friendly matches, but Jamaica has won one and drawn one over Suriname while Mexico has also beaten Suriname. El Tri want to use the League of Nations to recover from their disappointing friendly defeat against Uruguay and a goalless draw against Ecuador.

They managed to break out against Suriname with a rolling squad, but it will be difficult to continue this progress against Jamaica.

Here are our stories, how you can watch the match, and more:

Viewing methods and difficulties

History: Tuesday, June 14 | Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Independence Park – Kingston, Jamaica
TV & Live Series: Paramount +
Problems: Jamaica +250; Draw +210; Mexico-101 (via Caesar Sportsbook)


Jamaica: This is the age of transition. Not being able to qualify for the World Cup was a major blow to Jamaica after a lot of pressure to recruit dual nationals. Most dual citizens weren’t invited to this window after a long European season, but it’s a good time to see Leon Bailey return to health against the top opposition. This is a team that will be judged by their actions more than the results, but getting a result at home against Mexico will definitely be helpful.

Mexico: Entering with the Clean Health Bill, Mexico would like to score a goal relying on its strong defense. The Tata Martino gets a lot of sticks for its attacking performance, but it is one of Mexico’s most defensive squads in years. If they can maintain it, they will be fine in Qatar.


Mexico’s scoring problems will come back against the Jamaican team which can beat you on break and points will be shared. Choose: Jamaica 1, Mexico 1