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USA to face T&T, Cuba and Guatemala
June 23rd, 2008 7AM



[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] Trinidad & Tobago overcame a 2-1 deficit from its loss at home to Bermuda in the first leg of their Concacaf second-round series to win, 2-0, away in the second leg and advance in World Cup 2010 qualifying. The Soca Warriors, Guatemala and Cuba will join the USA in Group 1 of the semifinal round on Concacaf qualifying, which begins in August. The only unseeded teams to advance were Suriname (over Guyana) and El Salvador (over Panama).

Group 1:
Trinidad & Tobago

Group 2:

Group 3:
Costa Rica
El Salvador

June 20
Canada 4 (De Rosario 29, 50, Gerba 38, 63) St. Vincent & Grenadines 1 (James 76).
(Canada wins 7-1 on aggregate.)

June 21

Mexico 7 (Vela 7, Guardado 33, Arce 45+1, 48, Borgetti 62, 90+3, own goal 90+2) Belize 0.
(Mexico wins 9-0 on aggregate.)
Costa Rica 3 (Saborio 17, Ruiz 30, Azofeifa 89) Grenada 0.
(Costa Rica wins 5-2 on aggregate.)
St. Lucia 1 (McPhee 45) Guatemala 3 (Romero 24, 43, Trigueros 86).
(Guatemala wins 9-1 on aggregate.)

June 22
Bermuda 0 Trinidad & Tobago 2 (Roberts 10, S.John 69).
(Trinidad & Tobago wins 3-2 on aggregate.)
Cuba 4 (Linares 10, 45, 53, Marquez 69) Antigua & Barbuda 0.
(Cuba wins 8-3 on aggregate.)
Guyana 1 (Codrington 84) Suriname 2 (Van Diuk 11, Sandvliet 36).
(Suriname wins 3-1 on aggregate.)
El Salvador 3 (Quintanilla 70, pen. 83, Anaya 87) Panama 1 (Garces 14).
(El Salvador wins 3-2 on aggregate.)
Netherlands Antilles 0 Haiti 1 (own goal 77).
(Haiti wins 1-0 on aggregate.)

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