Honduras’ last appearance in the World Cup came in 2014, but it has been an even longer wait for Jamaica, whose last trip to the tournament came in 1998. Neither team will make it to Qatar 2022 this year, but they have one final Concacaf World Cup 2022 qualifying match to play against each other on Wednesday.
How to watch Jamaica vs. Honduras
Jamaica vs. Honduras date: Wednesday, March 30
Jamaica vs. Honduras time: 9:05 p.m. ET
Jamaica vs. Honduras live stream: Paramount+
Concacaf World Cup qualifying picks for Honduras vs. Jamaica
Jamaica is coming off of its worst qualifying loss following a 4-0 defeat by Canada, while Honduras has only scored one goal in its last five games. You can see what happens next when you stream all the action on Paramount+.
Kickoff from Independence Park in Kingston, Jamaica, is set for 9:05 p.m. ET. Caesars Sportsbook lists Jamaica as the +106 favorite (risk $100 to win $106) in the latest Honduras vs. Jamaica odds, while Honduras is the +280 underdog.
A draw is priced at +200, and the over-under for total goals scored is 1.5. Wednesday’s match will be streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan.
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Before you tune in to Wednesday’s World Cup qualifiers, you need to see the Concacaf World Cup qualifiers picks from soccer insider Brandt Sutton. Sutton, a former collegiate soccer player, has been SportsLine’s top soccer editor for nearly five years.
He has followed soccer closely for much longer and factors in managerial tactics, projected lineups and past performances to make the most-informed decisions possible, keeping his finger on the pulse of the game all over the globe.
Sutton has also been on a roll with his best bets, going 12-5 in his last 17 picks overall and returning nearly $500 for $100 bettors who have followed his soccer picks.
For Honduras vs. Jamaica, Sutton expects the game to finish over its 1.5-goal total, which pays out at -190 odds. Jamaica scored twice to beat Honduras in the reverse fixture last October, on goals from Kemar Roofe and Oniel Fisher, but neither has been in the team since last November.
Andre Gray is likely to start at the top of the formation after he scored in his last appearance for the Reggae Boyz against El Salvador. Young forward Daniel Green is expected to make it on the pitch as well for his third match of the octagonal.
Against Costa Rica on February 2, Jamaica outshot its opponents 15-7 and took 63 percent of the possession. The Jamaicans took 51 percent of the possession against El Salvador on March 24, but took 10 more total shots in that game as well.
While the goals haven’t been abundant for Jamaica, opportunities have, and it should help clear the 1.5-goal total on Wednesday.