Our prediction for this World Cup 2022 match:
Warner Park will host Friday’s football game between Saint Kitts and Nevis and Guyana. Saint Kitts and Nevis aim to keep their 100% record in Group F intact, and they are likely to go for a win against Guyana. Keithroy Freeman, who scored a brace in the 4-0 win over Bahamas, will be one of the men to watch in the home team. You should bear in mind that the Sugar Boyz are eyeing their third consecutive clean sheet in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Guyana, on the other hand, aim to build on a 4-0 win over Bahamas. The Golden Jaguars, though, are not regarded as good travelers, and we do not believe that they are capable of spoiling the Sugar Boyz’ party at Warner Park. In the previous meeting the two teams Saint Kitts and Nevis defeated Guyana 2-0 back in 2014.
Highlighted Player (Callum Harriott):
After spending his youth career at Charlton Athletic, Callum Harriott scored 11 goals in 86 appearances in the league for the capital club at senior level. Born in Norbury, England on March 4, 1994, Harriott is a pacey winger who currently plays for Reading.
The 165-cm-tall footballer played for England at youth level, but then he decided to represent Guyana at senior level. Callum Harriott made the England U19 squad for the 2013 UEFA European Championship qualification round where the Three Lions faced the likes of Georgia, Belgium and Scotland.
The left-footed footballer received his first call up to the Guyana national team for a game against Belize in March, 2019. He started the game and stayed on the pitch for 90 minutes, picking up a yellow card in the second half. His main position is left winger, but he is used as both right winger and second striker as well.
Highlighted Team (Guyana):
Guyana are the Caribbean side that welcome their rivals at Providence Stadium. The capacity of the venue is 15,000 and it was built in 2006. The Golden Jaguars have yet to make their FIFA World Cup debut, but they will have a chance to prove their worth at the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Guyana were producing fine performances in the qualifiers, with the team beating the likes of Barbados, Turks and Caicos Islands and Belize in the process, while suffering a loss to French Guyana. The Golden Jaguars will face the likes of USA, Panama and Trinidad and Tobago in the group stages of the tournament.
Guyana registered their biggest win in April, 1998, with the team rolling over Anquilla 14-0. A 9-0 loss to Mexico from 1987 is considered the national team’s biggest defeat. The Golden Jaguars wear a yellow kit when playing in front of home fans, whilst the team’s away kit is predominantly green.