Tauro and Pumas UNAM go head-to-head on Thursday night in a battle of two winless teams in CONCACAF Champions League Group C.
Panama outfit Tauro began their campaign with a 2-1 defeat at home to Major League Soccer outfit Toronto FC. Ryan Johnson and Julian de Guzman scored within three minutes of each other as Luis Moreno’s penalty proved to be mere consolation for the hosts in Panama City.
Mexican champions Pumas UNAM, meanwhile, were also beaten by an MLS side, FC Dallas, in Game One. Marvin Chavez got the only goal of the game for the Texas franchise, who became the first Major League Soccer team to win on Mexican soil.
Pumas UNAM are expected to bounce back from that defeat by winning in Panama, with odds of 1.80 available. Tauro, who are looking to avoid a second successive loss on home soil, are 4.00 to take maximum points, while the draw can be backed at 3.40.