Group B of the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship continues at the Montego Sports Complex in St James, Jamaica, today, January 12 with a triple header.
The first game will start at 3:00pm when Canada plays Mexico, followed by the game between Cuba and Honduras at 5:30pm and the feature game at 8:00pm between El Salvador and Haiti. On Saturday, which was day one of the competition in this group defending champions Mexico outplayed Cuba 9-1, Honduras drew 2-2 with El Salvador and Canada defeated Haiti 3-1.
Two Caribbean teams are in this group and are yet to earn a point. The teams are Cuba and Haiti. A total of five Caribbean teams, affiliates of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) namely Jamaica, Aruba, Haiti, Trinidad & Tobago and Cuba, along with CONCACAF teams Honduras, Canada, El Salvador, USA, Mexico, Panama and Guatemala are vying for the title which is being defended by Mexico.
The top team from each group, after round-robin play, will advance to the World Cup, while the second- and third-place teams from each group will advance to the final-day knockout phase with the chance to battle for one of a pair of play-off matches which will determine CONCACAF's other two World Cup berths.