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Match in Focus

01:00 Th 9Jul

Costa Rica v Jamaica

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Jamaica have conceded only four goals in their last eight games
Expert verdict
Costa Rica were the surprise team of the 2014 World Cup and are the highest-ranked team at the Gold Cup after reaching the quarter-finals in Brazil. Expect them to come out on top of this one, although it won't be easy. Jamaica don't concede many goals as they showed at the Copa America.