FOOTBALL: Jamaica, Guadeloupe to fight for Group One honours in CFU Qualifiers
Host nation Jamaica and Guadeloupe will face off tomorrow to determine the winner of Group One of the Under 17 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) World Cup Qualifiers.
Group One is being hosted at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex.
Jamaica and Guadeloupe remained in the hunt for championship honours after securing their second straight victories yesterday.
The Reggae Boyz had to come from two goals down to beat Cayman Islands 5-3; while Guadeloupe blanked US Virgin Island 5-0.
Jamaica and Guadeloupe are locked on six points each entering tomorrow game, but the Reggae Boyz are leading the group on goal difference.
US Virgin Island and Cayman Islands are out of contention without a point.
They will clash tomorrow.
The CFU Qualifiers comprise five groups.
The winner of each group will automatically advance the Final Qualifiers to be held in Haiti in late September.
The Final qualifiers will be made up of eight teams consisting of the five winners of the five Groups; host nation Haiti and the two best runner-up teams from all Groups.
Cuba, Martinique and Barbados have already qualified to the Final Round.
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