Honduras will host Mexico in the first leg of the Concacaf Nations League quarterfinals on Friday. Los Catrachos just went 2-1-1 in the group stage of the tournament in order to advance, most recently defeating Cuba 4-0 on Oct. 15. However, Mexico enters Friday's match on a seven-game unbeaten streak across all competition despite not playing a competitive match since winning the Concacaf Gold Cup back in June.
Kickoff from Estadio Nacional Chelato Uclés in Tegucigalpa, Honduras is set for 9 p.m. ET. The Honduras vs. Mexico odds list Mexico as the -210 favorites (risk $210 to win $100) on the 90-minute money line, with Honduras as the +550 underdogs. A draw is priced at +290 and the over/under for total goals is 2.5.Stream the match now at Paramount+
How to watch Mexico vs. Honduras
- Honduras vs. Mexico date: Friday, Nov. 17
- Honduras vs. Mexico time: 9 p.m. ET
- Honduras vs. Mexico live stream: TUDN
Concacaf Nations League picks for Mexico vs. Honduras
Before you tune in to Friday's match, you need to see the Concacaf Nations League picks from soccer expert Martin Green. After working in the sports betting industry for several years, Green became a professional sports writer and handicapper and has covered the game worldwide. Since last year's World Cup, Green has been profitable in multiple areas on his soccer picks, including the Champions League (+4.78 units), the FA Cup (+3.07), the EFL Cup (+3.64), Euro 2024 qualifiers (+3.01) and the Europa League (+1.60).
For Honduras vs. Mexico, Green is picking Mexico to win to nil with a +100 payout. Mexico boasts a wealth of talent that plays on some of Europe's best teams as well as in Liga MX, which has helped them place 12th in the FIFA world rankings. That is a full 66 places above Honduras, which had two shutout wins in the Nations League group stage, but have lost to Mexico in their last four meetups.
"It is by no means imperative that Mexico wins this game, but they should still prevail," Green told SportsLine. "Honduras has some talented forwards, including Alberth Elis, Romell Quioto and Anthony Lozano, but Mexico is superior in midfield and defense, so it should ultimately outclass Los Catrachos."