Jamaica presents call for duel vs. Mexico at the Azteca

The Jamaican national team faces the Mexican team next Sunday March 26 at the Aztec stadium to play the match corresponding to the League of Nations from CONCACAF.

They will play Matchday 6 of the Group Phase and the result could define the team that takes first place in the group. At the moment Jamaica is in first place with five points and three games played, Mexico in second with four points and two games played and Surinam in third with one point and three games played.

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Jamaica call-up to face Mexico

Just a few days before the match between Jamaica y MexicoCoach Heimir Hallgrímsson announced the official call for the meeting.

They are mostly players who are in the MLS and a few in European teams.

Porteros: Jahmali Waite de Pittsburgh Riverhounds, Coniah Boyce-Clarke de Reading y Amal Knight de Lexington

Defenders: Luton Town’s Amari’i Bell, Brentford’s Ethan Pinnock, Wolves’ Dexter Lembikisa, Unat Tached’s Adrian Mariappa, Philadelphia Union’s Damion Lowe, Cavalier’s Richard King, Vancouver Whitecaps’ Javain Brown and Minnesota United’s Kemar Lawrence.

Mediocampistas: Jonathan Russell de Barnsley, Bobby Reid del Fulham, Demario Phillips de MT Pleasant, Kevon Lambert de Phoenix Rising, Daniel Johnson de Preston North End, Ravel Morrison de DC United y Kaheem Parris de Dynamo Kyi,

Strikers: Bournemouth’s Jamal Lowe, NY Red Bulls’ Cory Burke, MT Pleasant’s Trivante Stewart, Spartak Moscow’s Shamar Nicholson and Aston Villa’s Leon Bailey.

In the last match between both teams the match ended tied 1-1. It was on Matchday 4 of the CONCACAF Nations League and the scorers were Leon Bailey at minute four of the first half and Luis Romo in the added time of the first half.

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