Trinidad and Tobago vs Guyana
CONCACAF Gold Cup
Date: Wednesday, June 26th 2019
Kick off at 23:30 UK / 00:30 CET
Venue: Children’s Mercy Park (Kansas City).
Back to back defeats by alarming margins, have spoiled the hopes for both Trinidad and Tobago as well as their counterparts Guyana of progressing past the group stages of the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup. The teams will be heading into a clash on Wednesday to determine who will be the third in the group before they board their flights back home.
Stephen Hart’s side succumbed to a loss in their opening match against Panama which ended 2-0 in the latter’s favor. His squad managed zero shots on goal in that match and looked far from organized in their own defensive third. Their second round of group fixtures turned out even worse, with the Americans thrashing them by six goals to nil.
Guyana were brushed aside by USA in their opening match, with the latter slotting four goals in the back of the net. Michael Johnson’s men put on a much better performance, in comparison, when they took on Panama in their second group clash. Neil Danns managed to score a brace from the spot, but it was not enough to clinch them the match with their opponents responding with four goals of their own.
Both the squads will be hopeful of at least salvaging a point from their clash before they end their campaign for the year.
Trinidad and Tobago vs Guyana Head to head (h2h)
- The teams have met each other on eight occasions.
- Guyana have managed to come out on top just once.
- Their last encounter ended in a 1-1 draw.
- Guyana have never recorded a clean sheet against Trinidad and Tobago while the latter have three to their name.
Trinidad and Tobago vs Guyana Prediction
The clash between the two teams on Wednesday is likely to see the Soca Warriors edge past their counterparts, in what will be the final match for both the teams in their African Cup of Nations campaign.
Both the squads have been dismal in their group clashes, with neither managing to pull off a convincing performance, let alone take the win. Stephen Hart’s men have conceded eight goals in their last two matches and were unable to find the back of the net on both occasions.
Their counterparts have not fared any better in terms of goals conceded, and have just two consolations goals to their name. Both teams have been poor in their defensive thirds, and so we can certainly expect both the teams to get their names on the scoresheets.
Trinidad and Tobago vs Guyana Betting tips
Both teams to score @ 2.05 (21/20)
Number of goals in match 2 or 3 @ 2.05 (21/20).