Jamaica faces Mexico with 11 absences, including Michail Antonio and Leon Bailey, at the start of the tie

The Jamaica Soccer Team will face the game against Mexico with 11 absences of players participating in European leagues, among which are León Bailey and Michail Antonio

The Jamaica selection will have 11 absences for the start of the World Cup qualifier in view of Mexico, among which those of Leon Bailey, Aston Villa, and Michail antonio, figure of West Ham United.

The Caribbeans will visit the Azteca stadium field next Thursday at the start of the World Cup qualifier Heading to Qatar 2022.

Although the figures of Jamaica they will not attend for the eliminatory commitments, not all the players that participate in English clubs will be absent in the call.

The Jamaica selection gave a list with 35 players, of which 11 will not participate before Mexico.

Among the casualties that the ‘Reggae Boyz’ will have are Ethan Pinnock from Brentford, Liam Moore from Reading FC, Amari Bell from Luton Town, Ravel Morrison from Derby County, Daniel Johnson from Preston North End, Kevin Stewart from Blackpool, Bobby Reid from Fulham, Leon Bailey of Aston Villa, Jamal Lowe of Swansea City, Michail Antonio of West Ham United and Kemar Roofe of Rangers.

With the casualties of these 11 players who were not authorized to leave England, the Jamaicans will present a team that will mostly be made up of MLS elements such as Johan Blake of the Philadelphia Union, supported by footballers who are active in England but who were authorized. to leave the island. Such is the case with Dillon Barnes from Queens Park Rangers and Wesley Harding from Rotherham United in the third category in England. In addition, the Caribbean will also be able to draw on people like Shamar Nicholson from Charleroi and Damion Lowe who plays for Al-ittihad from Qatar.

The Jamaica selection The concentration began this Monday in Kingston and they will make the trip to Mexico City this Tuesday afternoon, for Wednesday they will have training on Mexican soil. Despite the losses, the Caribbeans are confident of getting a good result at the Azteca Stadium and starting their way to the next World Cup on the right foot.