USMNT Against Trinidad and Tobago: Everything You Need To Know


The 2023 Concacaf Gold Cup group stage match against Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday night could cause the USMNT’s championship defense to falter. Therefore, in order to continue their quest to match Mexico’s record of eight Concacaf championships, the USMNT must either draw or win.  

After thrashing Saint Kitts and Nevis 6-0 on Thursday, in which FC Dallas striker Jess Ferreira scored three goals, the USMNT enters this encounter on a high note. 

USMNT Has A Good Chance Of Winning

However, Sunday’s game against the team that famously defeated the USMNT at home in 2017 in order to keep them from entering the 2018 World Cup finals is expected to be a far tougher scenario for the hosts.

Trinidad and Tobago has never advanced past the group stages. But a shocking victory here would advance them to the quarterfinals for the first time. Trinidad and Tobago already have three points. They must win this game. Jamaica and the United States both have four points in Group A

Jamaica defeated Trinidad 4-1 on Wednesday. In their last eight Gold Cup games, the Stars and Stripes are undefeated. They have defeated the visitors 20 times and are predicted to triumph at home.

Only one of the Soca Warriors’ last eight Gold Cup games had resulted in victories. Given that they have failed to score in 10 of their past 12 encounters with the hosts, we support the hosts to pull out a comfortable victory.