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Mexico faces possible exit
November 19th, 2008 7:01AM

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[WORLD CUP 2010 QUALIFYING] It's a longshot, but Mexico could be out of the World Cup. The Tri travels to San Pedro Sula to face Honduras with its place in next year's Hexagonal still not assured. If Honduras beats Mexico, and Jamaica defeats Canada, Honduras will advance and it will come down to goal difference to separate Mexico (9-5) and Jamaica (3-6).

El Salvador joined the USA and Costa Rica in next year's Hexagonal, Concacaf's final round of World Cup 2010 qualifying.

Trinidad & Tobago pulled ahead of Guatemala in Group 1 and needs only a tie against Cuba at home to wrap up the other bid.

Group 1
Trinidad & Tobago-Cuba
USA-Guatemala
Standings: USA 12 points; Trin. & Tobago 8; Guatemala 5; Cuba 3.

Group 2

Jamaica-Canada
Honduras-Mexico
Standings: Mexico 10 points; Honduras 9; Jamaica 7; Canada 1.

Group 3

Suriname-Haiti 0.
El Salvador-Costa Rica
Standings: Costa Rica 15 points; El Salvador 10; Haiti 2; Suriname 1.



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