IT was two out of two for me on day one of the Gold Cup with Canada-Martinique staying under 2.5 goals and Panama beating Mexico while I tipped Panama plus one.
The two big underdogs, Martinique and Panama, both won and while I didn't fancy Canada and Mexico it was a big price on them both to lose.
Next up it's El Salvador v Trinidad and Tobago (11pm) followed by Haiti v Honduras (2.30am) in Group B.
El Salvador are the lowest-ranked side in the section but were third behind Honduras and Costa Rica in this year's Copa Centroamericana which was a good result. T&T look on a downward spiral and have already failed to qualify for the World Cup.
This is difficult call and a draw looks a decent option at 9-4 with Betway. However, having sided with the underdogs in the first two matches I'm willing to risk El Salvador plus one at 1-2 with Paddy Power.
Honduras are big favourites against Haiti with BetVictor going a biggest 4-6. Honduras have finished third in three of the last four Gold Cups and usually perform well. They should win Group B and I expect them to take three points from a Haiti side who surprised Spain (1-2) and Italy (2-2) in warm-ups before the Confederations Cup.
I don't think Spain or Italy were at their best in those games but to score against them was impressive. So while Honduras should win I'm taking a chance on both to score at 11-10 with Coral, Ladbrokes and bet365.
El Salvador v T&T draw
Haiti v Honduras both to score