Reggae Boys get set to face Trinidad in Concacaf Gold Cup contest
The reggae boys are at this hour going through their final paces at the St Louis University in training under the watchful eyes of head coach Heimir Hallgrimmson.
This as they prepare to tackle Caribbean neighbors Trinidad and Tobago tomorrow in their crucial group ‘A’ clash at Concacaf Gold Cup at City Park Stadium in Missouri.
Amari Bell trained with the team this morning and could be a possible starter tomorrow.
The reggae boys played to a one-all draw against the united states in their opening game on Saturday and are joint second with the USA on a point……….T-and-T lead the standings following their 3-nil win over St. Kitts and Nevis.
Meanwhile in last night’s matches Panama assumed leadership of group C’ after recording a 2-1 win over Costa Rica, while Martinique surprised El-Salvador by the same scoreline.
The championship continues today with action in group d, when Canada tackles Guadeloupe at 6 pm and Cuba faces Guatemala at 7:45 pm.