Canada vs Jamaica: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview –

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Canada can officially confirm a place at the Qatar 2022 World Cup when they welcome Jamaica to BMO Field in Toronto for their penultimate game in the third round of CONCACAF qualification.
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Having been downed by Costa Rica in their opening match of the March international break, the hosts have a second chance to secure passage now to the end-of-year tournament, against visitors who have only pride left to play for.
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After fluffing a chance to book their spot last time out against Costa Rica, John Herdman will expect his side to seal their progression at last against theoretically weaker opposition.
He’ll be wary of the fact that Canada’s record against their visitors to Toronto is not quite as ironclad as some may think, with history suggesting they’ll have quite the fight on their hands.
Predicted Canada starting XI: Borjan; Laryea, Vitoria, Miller, Johnston; Hoilett, Eustaquio, Fraser, Buchanan; Larin, Kone
The Reggae Boyz’s wait for another World Cup showcase goes on, closing in on a quarter-century since a lone appearance at France 1998.
Paul Hall – a member of the squad that took to the field over two decades ago – will still want his side to end on a high note, however, and Jamaica will fancy their prospects in Ontario.
Predicted Jamaica starting XI: Blake; Thomas, Mariappa, Lowe, Brown; Pearson, Williams, Walker, Howell; Gray, Marshall
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