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Cayman Islands vs Canada live stream: Watch World Cup qualifiers online

By Chris Smith

Cayman Islands vs Canada live stream, predictions & team news | World Cup qualifiers

Published: 18:13, 29 March 2021

Canada will look to continue their perfect start to World Cup qualifying when they face the Cayman Islands in Florida on Monday at 11pm (UK time). 

John Herdman’s side thrashed Bermuda 5-1 in their opening match of this first group stage, while the Cayman Islands lost 3-0 to Suriname.

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Where to watch Cayman Islands vs Canada on TV:

  • CAN: OneSoccer
  • UK: N/A
  • US: Peacock

Scoreline prediction: Cayman Islands 0-4 Canada

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Cayman Islands vs Canada build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Complete minnows at this level, the Cayman Islands have never won in 16 previous World Cup qualifying matches, drawing five and losing 11 so far, including 3-0 to Suriname in the opening game of this campaign. After watching the way Canada dismantled Bermuda 5-1 in their opening match — with the likes of Alphonso Davies and Cyle Larin in red-hot form — they’ll have little hope of changing that record here.

Canada are the big favourites to top this group and, thus, advance to the second round where they’ll play the winner of Group B (most likely Haiti) in a straight knockout match. Should they win there, the Canucks will then join the likes of the United States and Mexico in an eight-team tournament, with the top three sealing their place at Qatar 2022, while the fourth-place team will go up against sides from Asia, South America and Oceania in the intercontinental playoffs.

It’s a rather convoluted path to the World Cup, but one that Canada are better prepared to walk than ever before given the emerging talent at their disposal.

  • Cayman Islands (vs Suriname): Lee; Gray, Hyde, Charlery, Robinson; Wilson, Lee Ebanks, Rowe; Studenthofft, Duval.
  • Canada (vs Bermuda): Borjan; Laryea, Vitoria, Miller, Adekugbe; Hutchinson, Eustaquio; Hoilett, Larin, Davies; Cavallini.

Neither side picked up any injuries in their previous match, though Herdman may rotate here to give the likes of LAFC midfielder Marc-Anthony Kaye and Charlton Athletic’s Liverpool loanee Liam Millar minutes on the pitch.

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Players to watch: Cyle Larin & Alphonso Davies (Canada)

Though the quality of opposition must be taken into consideration, Canada played some truly scintillating football against Bermuda last time out, with quick one-touch passing and fluid movement making the Canucks a joy to watch. At the heart of the artistry with the ball were Cyle Larin and Alphonso Davies.

Enjoying a stellar season with Besiktas, netting 18 goals in 34 appearances across all competitions so far, Larin carried that form onto the international stage, netting a clinical hat-trick to put Bermuda to the sword. The provider for all three of those goals? Alphonso Davies.

Used to competing for Bundesliga and Champions League titles with Bayern Munich as a left-back, Davies reverted to the left-wing role which originally brought him to prominence in MLS with the Vancouver Whitecaps and boy did he enjoy himself.

Aside from his three assists, Davies had a colossal 114 touches of the ball, created eight chances and completed 11 of his 14 dribbles, at times leaving a trail of Bermuda players in his wake as he put his foot on the gas.

Larin and Davies are well supplemented by MLS stars such as Lucas Cavallini and Richie Laryea, as well as European veterans Atiba Hutchinson and Junior Hoilett. But there’s no doubting it’s their connection and chemistry in the attack that will build the platform for Canada to emerge from the shadows of the United States and Mexico over the next few years.

To think we also have Jonathan David to return to this squad in the future.

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