CONCACAF 2014 World Cup qualifying: Mexico, USA need home wins

Streeter Lecka

There are three CONCACAF qualification games on Tuesday evening, and Mexico and the USA are both chasing home victories.

Mexico vs. Costa Rica

8 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. local

Mexico have drawn four of their opening five qualification matches so far, and will be looking to record only their second victory at home to Costa Rica. However, their visitors are currently tied with Mexico and the United States at the top of the group, so could prove to be stubborn opponents.

Honduras vs. Jamaica

9 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. local

Honduras have picked up four points from their opening four qualifiers, having lost the last two on the bounce. They play the only team below them in the group on Tuesday, with Jamaica hoping to record their first win of the qualifying campaign so far. The Reggae Boyz have lost three games consecutively.

United States vs. Panama

10 p.m. ET, 7 p.m. local

The United States have bounced back from an opening defeat to Honduras with seven points in their last three matches, moving themselves joint-top of the table. They'll be looking for a win in Seattle against Panama, though the visitors have yet to lose in their qualification campaign, and are only a point worse off than the table-toppers.

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