Mexico and Honduras don't share a border but they're only separated by roughly 100 miles and their football federations have played 43 times since 1935. As is the case with most of the nations who are members of Concacaf, Mexico has dominated Honduras, winning 25 times, drawing 10 and only losing eight in previous meetings. On Sunday, they'll renew the rivalry with both sides feeling pressure to collect points for 2022 Concacaf World Cup Qualifying. You can catch all the action live on Paramount+.

Kickoff from Estadio Azteca in Mexico City is set for 7 p.m. ET. Mexico is the -700 favorite (risk $700 to win $100) on the 90-minute money line in its latest Mexico vs. Honduras odds at Caesars Sportsbook, while Honduras is the +1600 underdog. A draw is priced at +500 and the over-under for total goals scored is 2.5. Sunday's match will be streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan.

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How to watch Mexico vs. Honduras

  • Date: Sunday, October 10
  • Time: 7 p.m. ET
  • Streaming: Paramount+

CONCACAF World Cup qualifying picks for Honduras vs. Mexico

Before you tune in to Sunday's World Cup qualifiers, you need to see the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers picks from CBS Sports lead soccer writer Roger Gonzalez. Gonzalez is an award-winning writer that has covered pro soccer from Europe to South America. Gonzalez started out his pro soccer writing career while in college at Virginia Tech, writing for He's also covered the Copa America, Champions League, Copa Libertadores, and much more.

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For Mexico vs. Honduras, Gonzalez is picking Mexico to win the first half at -130 odds. Mexico has been underwhelming through the first four games of World Cup qualifying but El Tri did get stars Hirving Lozano and Raul Jimenez back against Canada after both missed extended time with head injuries. Lozano plays for Napoli and supplied an assist in the draw with Canada, while Jimenez also plays elite club ball with Wolverhampton.

Now that both have had a full week in camp without travel interruption, they should be more settled in and that should benefit the Mexico attack considerably after El Tri only managed five goals in its first four games. Meanwhile, Honduras could struggle going forward after only scoring twice during its first four qualifying matches.

"Mexico started fast against Canada," Gonzalez told SportsLine. "I think they have an even better chance of doing that here against a Honduras side that has one goal in its last three matches. Tata Martino is going to need his team to be a tad sharper in attack, and I expect to see a Mexico team that looks lethal at home."

How to watch, live stream World Cup Qualifiers on Paramount+

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