USMNT's positive track record against Jamaica

This Thursday, the Stars and Stripes team will seek to maintain its historic supremacy against the Reggae Boyz.

USMNT vs Jamaica
USMNT vs Jamaica

This Thursday, October 7, at the Q2 Stadium in Austin, Texas, the United States Team will face Jamaica, for the fourth day of the Concacaf Qualifiers towards the Qatar 2022 World Cup, in a historically favorable duel for the team of the Stars and Stripes.

If we take into account the statistics of clashes between both countries, counting friendly and official tournaments, Team USA registers a superiority of 18 wins against just three losses and eight draws, a statistic that expands when it comes to Qualifiers.

When the United States and Jamaica have met for a place in the World Cup, they did so 12 times, where the North American giant won five times, against just one of the Reggae Boys, in addition to six equalities. However, there is a fact that gives hope that the Stars and Stripes team can take this challenge forward, and that is that as a local, they have never lost a qualifying match against the Caribbean, winning four of their six games. at home, with two draws.

The last time the United States and Jamaica met in the Concacaf Qualifiers was on October 11, 2013 in Kansas City, with a 2-0 victory for Team USA, with scores by Graham Zusi and Alejandro Bedoya. And one more fact, every time they beat Jamaica, they got into the World Cup.

Alexis Almosnino

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