June 10, 2022 Sports Betting
Following CONCACAF’s postponement of Uruguay’s friendly against Jamaica, the South Americans will meet Panama on Saturday at the Estadio Centenario.
The hosts will play their third and final friendly of the June internationals, while the visitors will travel amid a weird week of friendlies and CONCACAF Nations League matches.
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Uruguay will welcome Panama in Montevideo on Saturday in their third friendly in just nine days as part of their preparations for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The South Americans’ qualification for the grand stage at the conclusion of the year was in question at the start of the year, as they suffered four straight defeats in qualifying, leaving them in desperate need of a dramatic change of fortunes.
Between January and March, Alonso would go on to win each of his country’s remaining four qualifiers, surrendering only one goal in the process, helping them to a comfortable third-place finish.
Following that, Uruguay is still unbeaten under Alonso and has only conceded one goal under his guidance, following a hugely impressive 3-0 win in Mexico on June 3 and a goalless draw with the United States on Sunday.
The CONCACAF Nations League match between Panama and Martinique was finally confirmed on Wednesday, less than 48 hours after the country’s CONCACAF Nations League fixture against Martinique.
With such a short gap between games, the majority of their attention will probably be focused on their home encounter against the minnows, and lineups will undoubtedly be altered often.
Panama has only played one match since narrowly losing out on a playoff berth in their effort to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar in March, a 2-0 victory against Costa Rica on June 3.
Thomas Christiansen’s squad turned in a tremendous performance and result, and the odds will be massively stacked in their favor if they can replicate it against Martinique on Thursday, putting them in a strong position to proceed to the CONCACAF Nations League knockout phases.
As a result, Christiansen and his team are likely to view Saturday’s trip to Uruguay as a setback, but he will undoubtedly be eager to put his team’s growth over the last several years to the test against a strong opponent.
Uruguay is in excellent form and will be expected to win against Panama regardless of the circumstances, but they will be expected to win by a significant amount in this situation.