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CONCACAF Nations League Preview: Canada vs Jamaica Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Nov 21)

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  • Canada holds a 2-1 advantage coming into their home leg of this quarterfinal
  • Jamaica hoping to upset the odds when they play in the second leg on Tuesday

The second leg in the CONCACAF Nations League tie between Canada and Jamaica takes place on Tuesday. Both nations will still believe that they have a chance of progression, but the advantage following the first leg rests with Canada.


How To Watch

  • When: Tuesday, November 21, 2023, at 7:30 p.m ET
  • Where: BMO Field, Toronto, Canada
  • How To Watch: ESPN

Odds

Match ResultOdds
Canada
Draw
Jamaica

Match Preview

The action in the CONCACAF Nations League steps up a gear early this week, as the important second legs are staged in the competition. Canada will have the advantage coming into this second leg, as they hold a slender 2-1 advantage against Jamaica.

Canada needed to be at their very best in the opening leg between the sides, as they registered the victory following a late goal by Stephen Eustaquio. The winning effort was netted with just five minutes remaining, and it was the seventh shot on target that Canada recorded in the success on Friday evening.

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Jamaica could have counted themselves as very unfortunate not to have played out the draw in that first leg, as they played extremely well. They leveled the scores in the first leg early in the second period, as Shamar Nicholson found the net. That effort canceled out the opening goal that was netted by Jonathan David in the opening half.

The pressure will now be on Jamaica to chase the match in Canada on Tuesday, which could leave them vulnerable at the back against their rivals. However, they showed in the first leg that they have the quality to hurt Canada, meaning that the first goal could be pivotal on Tuesday.


Canada vs Jamaica Prediction

This should be a thrilling second leg between these nations. However, the game could play out perfectly for Canada, and we could see them hitting their rivals on the counter-attack to record a 2-0 success.

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