The CONCACAF Gold Cup kicks off this weekend as Group A gets things underway. A last-minute change due to a COVID outbreak in the Curacao team forced them to withdraw from the tournament, so Guatemala was called in to take their place in Group A. Mexico will face off against Trinidad & Tobago in their first game of the tournament at 10:30 p.m. ET on FS1.
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Mexico enter the tournament as favorites to win, so they’re expected to cruise through the group stage without too much trouble as they go up against Trinidad & Tobago, El Salvador, and Guatemala. The Mexican side will look for their second straight title as they edged out the United States in 2019 with a 1-0 win in the final.
Trinidad & Tobago has lost three of the last four meetings between the sides, while they drew once in a 4-4 result in the 2019 edition of the Gold Cup. Mexico won the last meeting — a friendly in October of 2019 when Mexico came out on top with a 2-0 score line. It’s expected to be a similar situation this time around, as Mexico is favored to win this one without much trouble.