Jamaica v Honduras Live Score Updates

KINGSTON, Jamaica (Sporting Alert) — Jamaica will look to close out their World Cup qualifying campaign with a victory against Honduras when the pair meet in a CONCACAF 4th round game at Independence Park in Kingston Tuesday night.

Jamaica v Honduras Live Score Updates

The Reggae Boyz are already out of the runnings for a place at the World Cup tournament in Brazil next summer, but the Caribbean side hopes give the fans something to cheer about as they pull the curtains down on the qualifiers.

Midfielder Rodolph Austin, who also starts tonight said: “We haven’t won a game in this final round, and I think it would be good if we could finish up with a victory.”

jamaica has been struggling to score goals in this round of the tournament and tonight has gone again with the pace of Darren Mattocks and Deshorn Brown

Honduras are sitting third in the fourth round on 14 points and needs just a draw to fend off Mexico and book a World Cup automatic slot.

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Jamaica: Kerr, Doyley, Mariappa, Phillips, Morgan, McAnuff, Austin, Watson, Johnson, Brown, Mattocks.

Honduras: Valladares, Figueroa, Izaguirre, Bernárdez, Beckeles, Garcia, Claros, Espinoza, Garrido, Najar, Costly.

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