Concacaf World Cup qualifying continues to shape up and is not without some shocking results as the USMNT dropped three points in Panama. Canada who has drawn their way are now in fourth place, while Mexico seems to have everything covered sits first.

Now with a host of games on Wednesday, the USMNT will look to bounce back against Costa Rica, Mexico travel to El Salvador in a game that could virtually seal the teams place at the World Cup and Panama will look to get something from a Canadian team that needs three points.

Here are the best outright picks as per DraftKings for matchday 6 of Concacaf World Cup qualifying, where if the favorites are not careful, they could get a punch in the face.

USA - Costa Rica

The USMNT (-220) come into this match after an ill-advised rotation against Panama. Now Gregg Berhalter will need to play the best players he has on his squad to get back on track and finish this round of games strong. Costa Rica (+550) managed a win to get into the fight but should not be a match for the USMNT unless Gregg Berhalter outcoaches himself again.

Canada - Panama

Canada (-180) is on 4 draws from five and while very solid on the road the Canadians need three points at home against a Panama (+500) side who beat the USMNT and looked very poor doing it. If Canada want to seriously get to the World Cup, they need three points from his match.

Honduras - Jamaica 

For Honduras (-110) the time is now to get three points from home, the team has largely disappointed in qualification and they are playing Jamaica (+325) who have equally been as bad.  A lot on the line in this match that could end in a draw (+215).

El Salvador - Mexico

El Tri has not been their demolition self in this run of qualification, but they are undefeated and sit firmly in first place. El Salvador (+650) have a lot of fight, but Mexico (-235) looks like they are in cruise control, despite all the media backlash Mexico should win this one and get three points.