The United States are back in Kingston for the first time since last September's loss as The Office, but this time they meet a Jamaica team that is desperate for a win. The Reggae Boyz need a win or their World Cup dreams are all but dead, making them a tough opponent for the U.S., but one they need to get a win against.
A win tonight gives the U.S. a chance to take nine points from three matches this month and just about secure their spot in next year's World Cup. Even a draw tonight puts them in a good position to qualify for Brazil, but a loss will put the pressure on the Americans to take maximum points in every home match and snake a couple away results in the rest of qualifying.
Jurgen Klinsmann is going with the same starting lineup he used in the Americans' 4-3 win over Germany on Sunday, while Jamaica is countering with a 4-2-3-1 of their own.
Jamaica (4-2-3-1): Donovan Ricketts; O'Brian Woodbine, Adrian Mariappa, Daniel Gordon, Alvas Powell; Marvin Elliott, Rodolph Austin; Garath McCleary, Jermaine Hue, Jermaine Johnson; Ryan Johnson.