Soccer  > General Soccer  > WWCQ Lookahead: Day Six
November 2, 2010, 02:50 PM
CANCUN, Mexico -- Canada and Mexico will square off Tuesday with the winner avoiding a semifinal meeting against the six-time and three time defending champion United States at the CONCACAF Women's World Cup Qualifying tournament. In the opener, already eliminated Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago will face each other for Caribbean bragging rights.

Guyana vs. Trinidad & Tobago, 7 p.m. ET

This will be the first-ever meeting between Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago in the finals of a CONCACAF women's championship/World Cup qualifying competition.

In its opening two games in Cancun, Guyana has allowed a tournament-high 15 goals (nine in the second half).

In Sunday's 8-0 loss to Canada, Guyana used six players 17-years-old or younger.

Trinidad & Tobago has lost its last five games in the finals of a CONCACAF women's championship/World Cup qualifying competition (outscored 11-0). Each defeat came against North American opposition.

Trinidad & Tobago has four wins and one draw in five games against Caribbean opposition in the finals of a CONCACAF women's championship/World Cup qualifying competition.


Mexico vs. Canada, 9:30 p.m. ET

Canada is 4-0-0 against Mexico in the finals of a CONCACAF women's championship/World Cup qualifying competition (outscoring the Mexicans 13-4). In World Cup qualifying games between them, Canada is 3-0-0 (9 GF, 0 GA).

The Tricolor is unbeaten in its last eight qualifying matches (including FIFA playoffs) on Mexican soil.

Mexico's Maribel Dominguez is the finals' second-leading scorer with five goals.

Mexico has lost all seven games against North American opposition in World Cup qualifying (outscored 35-0).

Since winning the CONCACAF women's title in 1998, Canada has won seven and lost four in the finals of CONCACAF women's championship/World Cup qualifying competitions (42 GF, 11 GA).

Canada has won three of its last four games in the finals of CONCACAF women's championship/World Cup qualifying competition by shutout.

Previous meetings in WWCQ only:
August 15, 1994: Canada 6, Mexico 0 at Montreal
September 6, 1998: Canada 1, Mexico 0 at Toronto, Canada
November 11, 2002: Canada 2, Mexico 0 at Seattle


Did You Know?
The four goals by Christine Sinclar against Guyana on Sunday increased the Canadian international's total to 106, moving her one past Canadian coach Carolina Morace (who played for Italy) among career scoring leaders.

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