Our prediction for this match:
Canada and Suriname go head to head at SeatGeek Stadium in a highly-anticipated World Cup qualifier. Les Rouges rolled over Aruba 7-0 in their last qualifying game, with the team cementing top position in Group B. Canada are likely to stick to their attacking style of play, and we are positive that they will find the net in Wednesday’s game. Junior Hoilett, who suffered a head injury in the triumph over Aruba, is unlikely to feature in the Group B derby.
Suriname, on the other hand, aim to extend their winning run to four games. Since Dean Gorre’s troops look sharp in front of goal, we believe that punters from all around the globe can find value in betting on over 2.5 goals. A man to keep an eye on in the away team will be Nigel Hasselbaink, who scored a hat-trick in the crushing (6-0) of Bermuda.
Highlighted Player (Scott Arfield):
Despite being born in Dechmont, Scotland, Scott Arfield represents Canada on the international stage. Arfield, though, played for Scotland U19 and U21 teams in the past and he made one appearance for Scotland B as well. Scott’s father, though, was born in Toronto, Canada and that is the main reason why he decided to play for the Canada national football team.
The Burnley midfielder made his Canada debut on March 25, 2016 in a 3-0 loss to Mexico. Scott Arfield began his club career at Falkirk and he scored 13 goals in 108 appearances in the league for the Scottish club. In 2010 he signed a deal with Huddersfield Town and he played for the Terriers from until 2013.
As previously mentioned, Arfield currently wear’s Burnley shirt, meaning that he is enjoying the Premier League football. You should bear in mind that the Scottish midfielder netted one goal for Burnley in the 2016/2017 season. He found the net in a 2-1 win over Everton on October 10, 2016.