It’s Do or Die time for the Reggae Boyz
They are currently ranked third in their group, behind the US and Guatemala, who defeated them a 2-1 on Friday night.
A victory by at least three clear goals today is required for the Boyz to have a chance to advance, as well as a loss for one of the two teams tied at 10 points at the top of the group.
The Reggae Boyz remain hopeful about their chances, with head coach Theodore Whitmore saying the team knows what it takes to deliver.
This do or die match kicks off at the National Stadium at 6:00pm.
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