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Reggae Boyz make one change for USA match

Published:Friday | June 7, 2013 | 7:00 PM

Melton Williams, Gleaner Writer



Jamaica’s head coach Theodore Whitmore has made one change to the Reggae Boyz’ starting 11 for tonight’s important CONCACAF World Cup Qualifier against the USA at the National Stadium.




Match time is 8:30 p.m.



Jermaine Johnson replaces JeVaughn Watson, in the starting eleven, which played against Mexico on Tuesday night at the same venue.



The Reggae Boyz lost the match 1-0 and are now on the brink of crashing out.



They are at the bottom of the six-team table on two points from four games.



The starting line-up reads:-



Goalkeeper:

Donovan Ricketts



Defenders:

Adrian Mariappa

Daniel Gordon

Alvas Powell

O’Brian Woodbine



Midfielders:

Rodolph Austin

Marvin Elliot

Garath McCleary

Jermaine Hue



Forwards

Jermaine Johnson

Ryan Johnson.



Mexico is leading the group with six points from four games, while the USA, Costa Rica and Honduras are locked on four points each after three matches.



The six countries are competing for three automatic places in the FIFA World Cup finals at Brazil 2014.



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