Suriname are looking to register their first ever Gold Cup success when they face Costa Rica at the Exploria Stadium in Orlando on Saturday morning (1am UK time).
Dean Gorré’s men are the first A-Selektie side to play in competition history and fell to a 2-0 loss against Jamaica on matchday one. As for Costa Rica they couldn’t have started on a stronger note when they registered a 3-1 success over Guadeloupe.
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Where to watch Suriname vs Costa Rica on TV:
- UK: Premier Sports 1
- US: Fox Sports 1
Scoreline prediction: Suriname 1-2 Costa Rica
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Suriname vs Costa Rica build-up & previous line-ups
A proud moment for the small South American nation when they qualified for their first Gold Cup tournament. Largely consisting of players with dual citizenship, Suriname being a former Dutch colony, and Eredivisie experience many observers felt they could be dark horses. Jamaica on matchday one proved a bridge too far meaning A-Selektie are still waiting for their first success.
Things couldn’t be more different regarding Costa Rica who are playing in their 15th tournament and 13th on the bounce. Los Ticos are yet to lift the prize having finished runners-up (2002) and third (1993) before. In their last eight appearances Costa Rica have reached at least the quarter-finals. Their quest to make it that far started on the right foot after they brushed Guadeloupe aside 3-1.
- Suriname (vs Jamaica): Hahn; Klaiber, Malone, Donk, Haps; Dankerlui, Leerdam; Jozefzoon, Biseswar, Becker; Vlijter.
- Costa Rica (vs Guadeloupe): Moreira; Fuller, Waston, Calvo, Matarrita; Guzmán, Ruíz, Borges; Campbell, Ortiz, Lassiter.
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Player to watch: Joel Campbell (Costa Rica)
There’s no shortage of experience in Costa Rica’s squad with 10 of their 23 players having won 50 or more international caps. Among them is 29-year-old Joel Campbell who made his 100th appearance for The Ticos against Guadeloupe last time out. The former Arsenal man celebrated the occasion by netting and creating another goal as Luis Fernando Suárez’s side celebrated a 3-1 success. With that being said Campbell will be looking to do something he’s never managed in a Costa Rican jersey since June 2012 and that is registering a strike in back-to-back outings.