Pachuca vs. Columbus prediction, odds, time: final pick Concacaf Champions Cup 2024, betting odds from proven expert

The Concacaf Champions Cup is on the line when MLS's Columbus Crew and Liga MX's Pachuca clash in the single-leg final on Saturday at Estadio Hidalgo in Pachuca, Mexico. Columbus advanced to the finals by eliminating the Houston Dynamo in the round of 16, Tigres UANL in the quarterfinals and CF Monterrey in the semifinals. The Crew will play in the finals for the first time in franchise history. Meanwhile, Pachuca reached the finals by beating the Philadelphia Union in the Round of 16, CS Herediano of Costa Rica in the quarterfinals and Club America in the semifinals.

Kickoff is scheduled for 9:15 PM ET. Pachuca is the -170 favorite (risk $170 to win $100) on the 90-minute moneyline in the latest Columbus vs. Pachuca, with the Crew being the +440 underdogs. A 90 minute trek costs +310. The over/under for total goals scored is 2.5. Pachuca is the -300 favorite to lift the trophy, while Columbus is +225. Before you make a choice between Columbus vs Pachuca or Concacaf Champions Cup predictions, here's what you need to do see what proven SportsLine football expert Jon “Buckets” Eimer has to say.

Eimer is a high-volume gambler with a vast knowledge of leagues and players around the world. Since joining SportsLine, he has covered the English Premier League, Serie A, the FA Cup and more. In 2023 he was red hot, going 248-234-12 for a profit of $2,593 for $100 bettors.

Now Eimer has broken down Columbus vs Pachuca from every angle and identified his picks and Concacaf Champions Cup predictions. You can head over to SportsLine now to see Eimer's picks. Here are the betting odds and trends for Pachuca vs. Columbus:

  • Columbus vs. Pachuca 90 minute moneyline: Columbus +440, Pachuca -170, Tie +310
  • Columbus vs. Pachuca over/under: 2.5 goals
  • Columbus vs. Pachuca spread: Columbus +0.5 (+135), Pachuca -0.5 (-175)
  • COL: Crew leads MLS in goals conceded (13)
  • PAC: Salomon Rondon leads Champions Cup with seven goals
  • Columbus vs. Pachuca: Check out the picks at SportsLine

Why you should support Columbus

The Crew enters Saturday's final with momentum. The reigning MLS Cup champions have won three consecutive matches in the MLS, all on the road: in Montreal, Chicago and Orlando. Columbus will face a Pachuca club that will be battling rust; Pachuca has not played a competitive match since May 11, when they lost to Club America in the quarterfinals of Liga MX Clausura.

One of the reasons for Columbus' recent success is Diego Rossi. The 26-year-old forward from Uruguay scored four goals and two assists during the three-match winning streak. He also scored a goal in the 49th minute in the second leg against Monterrey to send the Crew to the final of the Concacaf Champions Cup. See here which team you should choose.

Why you should support Pachuca

Salomon Rondon is a proven goalscorer at international level. The 34-year-old Venezuelan striker leads the Golden Boot competition with seven goals and leads an attack that also features Oussama Idrissi and Erick Sanchez. Earlier in his career, Rondon scored 36 Premier League goals in 167 appearances.

Moreover, Pachuca is no stranger to the final of the Concacaf Champions Cup. The club has won the competition five times and never lost in the final. With a win on Saturday, Pachuca Cruz would tie Azul for the second most Champions Cup titles ever, just one behind Club America. See here which team you should choose.

How to Make Pachuca vs. Columbus picks?

Eimer broke down Columbus vs. Pachuca from every possible angle. He scores over 2.5 goals and has three confident best bets, including two with a payout plus money, and a full overview of this match. He shares his final picks and analysis for the Concacaf Champions Cup only on SportsLine.

So who wins Pachuca vs. Columbus on Saturday, and where is all the betting value? Visit SportsLine now to see the Columbus vs. betting odds. Pachuca have all the value, all from the football expert who was red hot in 2023And invent.

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