Predictions and Tips for Suriname vs Costa Rica Gold Cup
Suriname lost 0-2 to Jamaica on matchday 1 of their Concacaf Gold Cup debut. The Jamaicans proved too strong, scoring a few goals in the first 26 minutes.
Suriname has failed to make any progress in the contest and are now in a difficult position before the second round fixture against Costa Rica.
Costa Rica is one of the top favorites to win this tournament (along with Mexico and the United States), despite the fact that they have an older team. They won easily and comfortably against Guadeloupe in their opener.
The team under the management of Luis Suarez, Colombian manager, was in complete control with an early goal and an assist by Joel Campbell. Celso Borges, Deportivo La Coruna’s manager, only achieved victory midway through the second period.
The Costa Ricans are keen to avoid any problems with the clash against the Jamaican side in the third round. They have the quality here, and it would surprise us if Costa Rica does not win this round.
Costa Rica vs Suriname Head-to-Head
- In the history of this match-up, Costa Rica has been the dominant force.
- So far, they have won seven clashes against Suriname.
- These two friends haven’t fought in 13 years and were competing in the Concacaf World Cup Qualifications.
- Costa Rica won a double header with 11 goals scored in two clashes against Suriname in 1994.
BTTS – No
Suriname won five of the five fixtures, while Costa Rica lost three. Fourteen of the four games between Costa Rica (and Suriname) ended in clean sheets.
Total Goals – More Than 2.5
Suriname’s last five fixtures ended with over 2.5 goals. There have been 2.5 goals per match in three of the five fixtures Costa Rica has played, including the Gold Cup match. There were at least four goals per match the last three times Costa Rica faced Suriname.
Suriname vs Costa Rica: History and Team Statistics
We gathered all the head to head data we could for Suriname & Costa Rica in the tables.
Costa Rica vs Suriname Prediction
There is a huge difference in the quality of both teams. Suriname has never reached the Gold Cup (under this name). After a 4-0 loss to Canada, Suriname did not progress beyond the Concacaf World Cup Qualifications.
Costa Rica should have control of the match from the beginning. We will back them to take the lead at half-time and win the match as a banker pick at 1.72 odds.