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Who wins the CONCACAF Gold Cup 2021?

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CONCACAF Gold Cup 2021

CONCACAF Gold Cup 2021 will be the 16th edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, the biennial international men's football championship of the North, Central American and Caribbean region organised by CONCACAF.

The tournament was originally scheduled to be held from 2 through 25 July 2021 but was later rescheduled for 10 July through 1 August. Mexico are the current defending champions after winning the competition last season. The 13 teams who have booked their place for the competition are Canada, Costa Rica, Curaçao, El Salvador, Grenada, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Panama, Suriname, Qatar, and the United States.

Following their record 11th success in this competition, in 2019, Mexico are rightly considered favourites for the Gold Cup and Qatar as one of only six nations to qualify for consecutive world cups since 1994. Only Brazil can match their record of making it out of the qualifying stages of the last seven finals competitions. Mexico is, historically, the most successful team in CONCACAF federation and I’m sure will be looking to extend their legacy once more in the upcoming competition. There is almost the perfect blend of youth and experience in the current squad. Monterrey`s Miguel Lagun, 32, has netted six goals in his 72 appearances, a player with bags of talent and most importantly experience. A younger player, an Ajax midfielder, 22-year-old Edson Alvarez, has already won 32 caps. And if there was ever `one to watch` it would be Guadalajara`s 23-year-old midfielder Uriel Antuna who has a striker`s ratio of seven goals in his 13 appearances to date.

Suriname are the lowest ranked team in the competition, with a world ranking of 141. This will be just their 3rd appearance in the competition, with the first coming back in 1977.

It is a nation famous for producing truly world class players such as Ruud Gullit, Frank Rickaard, Clarence Seedorf and the Liverpool duo of Virgil van Dijk and Georginio Wijnaldum, despite none of these players choosing to represent the nation itself

Suriname has never qualified for the World Cup finals. Their best showing was in 1978 when they reached the final groups stage. On 19th November 2019 Suriname qualified for the 2021 edition of the Gold Cup by beating Nicaragua 2-1. This will be their debut in the competition proper and the first appearance in a CONCACAF tournament since 1985 and so will be eager to impress

Their most well-known player is 25 year old Slovan Bratislava, a centre back for Myenty Abena. Although he has yet to be capped, he has won the Slovak FA Cup twice, with different clubs, Spartak Trnava and his current team, in successive years.