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Concacaf 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification — Match #2
Cayman Islands vs. Canada
Sunday, March 28, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. ET
IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida
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Canada will look to continue their perfect start to World Cup qualifying when they face the Cayman Islands in Florida on Sunday at 9pm (UK time).

John Herdman’s side thrashed Bermuda 5-1 in their opening match of this first group stage, while the Cayman Islands lost 3-0 to Suriname.

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Complete minnows at this level, the Cayman Islands have never won in 16 previous World Cup qualifying matches, drawing five and losing 11 so far, including 3-0 to Suriname in the opening game of this campaign. After watching the way Canada dismantled Bermuda 5-1 in their opening match — with the likes of Alphonso Davies and Cyle Larin in red-hot form — they’ll have little hope of changing that record here.

Canada are the big favourites to top this group and, thus, advance to the second round where they’ll play the winner of Group B (most likely Haiti) in a straight knockout match. Should they win there, the Canucks will then join the likes of the United States and Mexico in an eight-team tournament, with the top three sealing their place at Qatar 2022, while the fourth-place team will go up against sides from Asia, South America and Oceania in the intercontinental playoffs.

It’s a rather convoluted path to the World Cup, but one that Canada are better prepared to walk than ever before given the emerging talent at their disposal.

Cayman Islands (vs Suriname): Lee; Gray, Hyde, Charlery, Robinson; Wilson, Lee Ebanks, Rowe; Studenthofft, Duval.
Canada (vs Bermuda): Borjan; Laryea, Vitoria, Miller, Adekugbe; Hutchinson, Eustaquio; Hoilett, Larin, Davies; Cavallini.

The Canadian men’s team will look to tick another box on Sunday when it meets the Cayman Islands in its second Concacaf qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Canada is a coming off a 5-1 win over Bermuda on Thursday in a game that saw Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies collect three assists and Besiktas forward Cyle Larin net a hat trick. Meanwhile, the Cayman Islands were blanked 3-0 by Suriname in their Concacaf qualifying opener.

Much like Thursday’s contest, Canada’s first ever match against the Cayman Islands at senior level is a major mismatch on paper. Canada is 73rd in the current FIFA world rankings, well ahead of the Cayman Islands (No. 193). The other teams in Group B are Suriname (No. 141) and Aruba (No. 200), so Canada is excepted to breeze through this group and move on to the next round without much trouble.

Coach John Herdman was pleased with his team’s effort and commitment vs. Bermuda (No. 169), but stressed that Canada must travel down a long path in and play at least 20 games in order to qualify for the World Cup.

“One game at a time – one down, 19 more to go to get to Qatar,” Herdman said in the post-match media conference.

He later added: “All in all, a good night. But loads to build on.”

The six group winners from this first round of Concacaf qualifying advance to the next stage. The top team in Group B will face the winner of Group E – which is made up of Haiti (No. 84), Nicaragua (No. 149), Belize (No. 170), St. Lucia (No. 175) and Turks and Caicos Islands (No. 203) – in a home-and-away playoff in June.

The three winners of the second-round matchups move on to the final round of Concacaf qualifying, joining Mexico (No. 9), the U.S. (No. 22), Jamaica (No. 47), Costa Rica (No. 50) and Honduras (No. 64). The eight nations will play each other home and away, with the top three automatically qualifying for the World Cup. The fourth-place nation will play in an intercontinental playoff for a chance to go to Qatar.

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