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Haiti - FLASH : D-Day, Haiti vs Jamaica, decisive match for qualification for the 2023 World Cup (Video)
11/07/2022 09:21:46

Haiti - FLASH : D-Day, Haiti vs Jamaica, decisive match for qualification for the 2023 World Cup (Video)
This Monday, July 11, 2022, in the last phase of the U-20 women's qualifiers for the 2023 FIFA World Cup Australia / New Zealand, our Grenadières will face in a final qualifying match the Reggae Girlz of Jamaica on the lawn of the BVA Stadium in Monterrey, Mexico at 9:00 p.m.

Jamaica remains a tough opponent than our Grenadières who faced their opponent 7 times between April 1991 and May 2018, losing 3 games, winning 2 and recording 2 draws.

7 matches played :

3 Jamaica wins:
August 23, 2014 [2-0]
September 9, 2006 [3-0]
August 3, 2002 [2-0]

2 wins for Haiti:
November 2, 2002 [1-2]
April 16, 1991 [1-0]

2 draws:
May 13, 2019 [2-2]
August 17, 2002 [0-0]

Friendly match Haiti vs Jamaica:
Wednesday, February 19, 2020 [4-1] in favor of Haiti

The two teams are tied on points and if Haiti settles for a draw, our Grenadières will win the ticket for the 2023 World Cup because of their better goal difference (0) against (-4) for Jamaica.

Statement from players the day before this historic math :

Nahomie Ambroise Anacaona FC (Haiti), Goalkeeper :
"We had good preparation. We are physically and mentally ready. From an individual and collective point of view, the team is at the top. We are going to fight. We have major assets to win this match. Jamaica remains a tough opponent. The people are waiting for nothing but qualification to smile again, because it is complicated for most people in Haiti. We will do everything to win tomorrow."

Nérilia Mondésir Captain of the Grenadières :
"We are going to play to win the game against Jamaica !"

Melchite Daelle Dumornay :
"I'm ready, the rest of the group too [...] the team will give everything to snatch the qualification ticket for the world" adding that the physical game of the Jamaicans does not worry them, because the team is ready for this battle."

Interview with French coach Nicolas Delépine, 24 hours before the match :

Let's remember that the winning team will be directly qualified for the 2023 Women's World Cup, while the loser will be qualified for the intercontinental play-offs, a 10-team competition with three tickets to take for the final phase of the World Cup. The winning team of this match will also qualify directly for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

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