Mexico, the pre-tournament 6/4 favs with Paddy Power, are now into 8/13 with the same firm to win outright and Honduras stand in their way in the semi final in Houston.
Mexico have been in fine scoring form in this year’s CONCACAF Gold Cup, hitting 14 in 3 group games, followed by 2 in the quarter finals. Honduras, by contrast, have been a little shy in front of goal, failing to score in 2 group games (though they did hit minnows Grenada for 7).
All things point to another confident, Hernandez inspired, win for Mexico. Mexico are 10/11 with Boylesports to lead at half time and still be in front at the full time whistle while Betdaq go for 3/5 against 3 goals or more.
The outstanding punt would be Sportingbet’s 21/20 about a Mexico win with a one goal handicap. The Mexicans should have enough to win by a gap of at least two.