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Hexagonal Countdown: Probable Lineups and TV/Radio (Day 1)
February 28th, 2001 12AM



USA-MEXICO Feb. 28, 7:30 pm ET. Columbus Crew Stadium (Columbus, Ohio). TV: Live ESPN2, Telemundo; Tape Telemundo 11:30 ET, March 1 12:30 am PT. Radio: Futbol de Primera. USA -- Friedel; Sanneh, Agoos, Pope, Regis; Stewart, Armas, Reyna, Jones; McBride, Moore. Mexico -- Campos; Carmona, Marquez, Suarez, Macias, M.A. Ruiz; Pardo, Villa, Luna; Hernandez, Borgetti. Referee: Rodolfo Sibrian (El Salvador). COSTA RICA-HONDURAS Feb. 28, 9 pm ET. Saprissa Stadium (San Jose). TV: Live CCN Closed-Circuit (800-897-8181). Radio: Radio Unica. Costa Rica -- Mesen; J.Drummond, Martinez, Castro, Parks; Bryce, Cordero, Lopez, Medford; Gomez, Fonseca. Honduras -- Valladares; Reyes, Caballero, Medina, Guerrero; M.Suazo, Pineda, Bernardez, Guevara; Nunez, D.Suazo. Referee: Ali Mohammed Bujsaim (UAE). JAMAICA-TRINIDAD & TOBAGO Feb. 28, 1 pm ET. National Stadium (Kingston). TV: Live CCN Closed-Circuit available at Miami Convention Center only (305-377-2680). Radio: (Internet). Jamaica -- Gordon; Marshall, Dixon, Dawes, Goodison, Gardener; Williams, Whitmore, Powell; Burton, Hayles. Trinidad & Tobago -- Hislop; Cox, M.Andrews, Lawrence; Mauge, Latapy, Rougier, John, Eve; Yorke, Pierre. Referee: Carlos Batres (Guatemala).

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