Reggae Boyz forward, Kemar Roofe, says the strikers need to be more accurate in front of goal when they take on Honduras in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifier at the Olympics stadium, this evening at 7:05.
The Boyz are yet to register a win from their five matches so far, with the Hondurans suffering the same fate.
The Jamaicans sit at the foot of the table with two points and Roofe says only a win will satisfy the anxiety of the fans in the team’s chance of qualifying for Qatar 2022.
Roofe, who’ll be making his fourth appearance for the national senior team, says the constant changing of personnel makes it difficult for the team to form any chemistry.
Kemar Roofe, Reggae Boyz forward.
Jamaica’s starting eleven for the match include Captain Andre Blake, Adrian Mariappa, Damion Lowe, Anthony Grant, Kemar Lawrence, Jevaughn Watson, Devon Williams, Oniel Fisher, Roofe, Junior Flemmings, and Shamar Nicholson.
In the other qualifiers USA entertain Costa Rica, Canada host Panama and El Salvador welcome Mexico.