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Canada eyes first Hexagonal berth in 16 years
September 10th, 2012 8:45PM

TAGS:  canada, mexico, world cup 2014


[WORLD CUP 2014 QUALIFYING] Jamaica, Mexico and Canada can clinch berths in next year's Hexagonal on Tuesday.

-- Canada heads to Panama City to face Panama's Canaleros, whom it beat, 1-0, on Friday in Toronto. Another win would give Canada 10 points after four games, enough to clinch its first berth in the Hexagonal in 16 years if Honduras doesn't beat Cuba. A Canada loss would push Panama into first place and drop Dwayne De Rosario and Co., into a likely tie for second place with Honduras, which they will have to face on the road in their October finale.

-- Jamaica will clinch one of the two berths from Group A with a win over the USA on Tuesday and a Antigua & Barbuda-Guatemala tie.

-- Mexico's Tri is in the best position, going through with a win over or tie with Costa Rica at Azteca Stadium.

7 Jamaica (4-2)
4 Guatemala (5-4)
4 USA (5-4)
1 Antigua & Barbuda (2-6)

Sept. 11
Antigua & Barbuda-Guatemala   
Oct. 12
Antigua & Barbuda-USA   
Oct. 16
Jamaica-Antigua & Barbuda   

9 Mexico (7-2)
4 Costa Rica (6-4)
2 El Salvador (5-6)
1 Guyana (3-9)

Sept. 11
Mexico-Costa Rica   
Guyana-El Salvador   
Oct. 12
El Salvador-Costa Rica   
Oct. 16
Costa Rica-Guyana   
Mexico-El Salvador   

7 Canada (2-0)
6 Panama (3-1)
4 Honduras (3-2)
0 Cuba (0-5)

Sept. 11
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