Claude Davis of Jamaica complains to the referee during the international friendly match between the New Zealand All Whites and Jamaica at Mt Smart Stadium on February 29, 2012 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Hannah Johnston/Getty Images)
Jamaica and Antigua face off in an all-Caribbean clash at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Brazil 2014 qualifier.
After a 2-1 win over Guatemala in their opening Group A fixture Jamaica travel to Caribbean neighbours Antigua & Barbuda hoping to make it two wins from two as they bid to keep pace with group favourites USA.
Jamaican coach Theodore Whitmore was quite pleased with his side's performance against Guatemala, Whitmore told the Jamaican Observer, "I think it was a lot of energy, you could see the players were enjoying what they were doing as we worked on strategy going into the game against Antigua on Tuesday night."
The Jamaicans are expecting a tough encounter with Antigua but received a blow with the loss of goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts due to injury on Friday. Ricketts came off after just 20 minutes against Guatemala and will be replaced by Dwayne Miller here.
Striker Luton Shelton meanwhile, is an injury concern (groin) ahead of the match.
Antigua come into the game in confident mood despite losing 3-1 to the USA in their opener. It was expected to be a rout for the Americans, but Antigua defended in numbers and scoring a goal against the red-hot favourites will have given them a major confidence boost.