Saint Kitts and Nevis vs USA – The United States will go head-to-head against St. Kitts and Nevis on Wednesday night as the Americans aim to recover from a 1-1 draw with Jamaica in their opening Gold Cup match. The game is scheduled to commence at 9:30 p.m. ET at CITYPARK in St. Louis, and it can be watched on FS1.
Let’s dive deeper into Wednesday’s match, and here are the odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.
St. Kitts and Nevis vs. USMNT
Date: Wednesday, June 28
Time: 9:30 p.m. ET
TV channel: FS1 Live stream: FOX Sports app, fuboTV
Odds, picks & predictions
St. Kitts and Nevis: +5500
Moneyline pick: USA -8000
Although the Americans faced some challenges in their opening match against Jamaica, they are expected to make a strong comeback against a team that qualified for their first-ever Gold Cup group stage. The Caribbean side advanced through the prelims with penalty shootout victories over both Curacao and French Guiana. Before the Gold Cup prelims, they topped their CONCACAF Nations League group and secured promotion to League B.
St. Kitts and Nevis suffered a 3-0 defeat against Trinidad and Tobago in their opening Gold Cup match. They were outperformed in almost every statistical category by their opponents and struggled to test the opposing goalkeeper. The final goal of the match was an own goal credited to defender Jameel Ible.
In their first match, the USA had more shots and possession than Jamaica, but Jamaica took an early lead with a goal from Damion Lowe in the 13th minute, forcing the Americans to chase an equalizer for the majority of the match. They finally succeeded in the 88th minute when FC Cincinnati striker Brandon Vazquez found the back of the net, leveling the score against Andre Blake and salvaging a point.
B.J. Callaghan’s team will be determined to make a comeback against the Gold Cup newcomers as they clash at CITYPARK, the home of MLS side St. Louis City SC. Back the Americans to secure all three points in this game as they strive to regain their position at the top of the group and continue their defense of the Gold Cup title.