On Thursday (June 13), Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz will take on Peru in a friendly international as part of their preparation for the upcoming Caribbean Football Union (CFU) semifinals and CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Peru, based on FIFA’s most recent rankings is among the best teams in the world.

The South American nation is currently ranked 15,  just below England (14) and Wales (13).

Jamaica, ranked 79th, will also play French Guiana in the Caribbean Cup on June 22.

The Reggae Boyz will play alongside Mexico, El Salvador and Curacao in Group C at the Gold Cup which runs from July 7 to 26 in the United States.

The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) has released the names of the players who will represent Jamaica in the Peru game:

PLAYER  – CLUB

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Alvas Powell Portland Timbers
Andre Blake Philadelphia Union
Cory Burke Bethlehem Steele
Je-Vaughn Watson New England Revolution
Oniel Fisher Seattle Sounders
Ryan Thompson Central FC (T&)
Romario Williams Charleston Battery
Sergio Campbell Pittsburgh Riverhounds
Shaun Francis San Jose Earthquakes
Kemar Lawrence NY Red Bulls
Jermaine Taylor Minnesota United FC
Jermaine Johnson Tivoli Gardens FC (JAM)
Michael Binns Portmore United (JAM)
Owayne Gordon Montego Bay United (JAM)
Ewan Grandison Portmore United (JAM)
Ladale Richie Montego Bay United (JAM)
Rosario Harriott Harbour View FC (JAM)
Shamar Nicholson Boys Town FC (JAM)
Fabian Grant Harbour View FC (JAM)
Tevin Shaw Tivoli Gardens FC (JAM)


Jamaica’s Head to Head Record vs Peru:

Jamaica 1-1 Peru – 2006

Jamaica 1-2 Peru – 2010

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On Thursday (June 13), Jamaica’s Reggae Boyz will take on Peru in a friendly international as part of their preparation for the upcoming Caribbean Football Union (CFU) semifinals and CONCACAF Gold Cup.Peru, based on FIFA’s most recent rankings is among the best teams in the world.The South American nation is currently ranked 15,  just...

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