Our prediction for this World Cup 2022 match:
All eyes will be on Thomas Robinson Stadium when Bahamas and Trinidad & Tobago face each other in the 2022 World Cup qualifier. The Baha Boyz made a slow start to their WC qualifying campaign, with the team conceding 15 goals in total in the first three group games. The rock-bottom side obviously struggle at the back, and we do not believe that they are capable of shocking the Soca Warriors.
Trinidad & Tobago, on the other hand, recorded a routine 3-0 win over Guyana in their opener, with the team sharing the spoils with Puerto Rico in their second group game. The Soca Warriors aim to overtake Saint Kitts and Nevis in top position in Group F, and we predict that they will take advantage of Bahamas’ shaky defence. A man to keep an eye on in the away team will be talented Watford midfielder Daniel Phillips.
Highlighted Player (Joevin Jones):
Joevin Jones is a pacey defender who plays for both Seattle Sounders and the Trinidad and Tobago national team. Jones spent his youth career at the likes of Defence Force, Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive and W Connection and he continued playing for the Savonetta Boys at senior level.
The Trinidad and Tobago international played six games for HJK Helsinki during in 2014 as a loan footballer and in 2015 he moved to MLS, signing a contract with Chicago Fire. Joevin Jones then joined Seattle Sounders, but in the 2018/2019 he decided to move to Germany, signing a deal with Darmstadt 98.
In 2019 he returned to Seattle. Jones, who was born in Carenage (Trinidad and Tobago) on August 3, 1991, made his Trinidad and Tobago full international debut on September 7, 2010, coming as a substitute in a match against Panama. His preferred foot is left, whilst his main position is left-back.