What's at stake
It's the fourth match for both teams in their group for North America's third round of qualifying.
As of now, Jamaica sits in first place on seven points. Meanwhile, the USA is virtually tied with Guatemala in second place on four points.
The top two teams from the group advance to the next round of qualifying, so a win would be huge for the United States in this position.
Why this is a match to watch
The Jamaicans just pulled off a huge upset on Friday, coming back from a goal down to defeat the USA 2-1.
Jamaica's side has been steadily improving over the past few years and are a threat at any point.
On the other side, the USA will still miss Landon Donovan and Michael Bradley in the midfield, while Clint Dempsey is still not at the top of his form.
The USA does have home-field advantage in this match, but there's no reason to think it won't be a hotly contested one.
Players to watch
For the USA, let's go with Clint Dempsey. If the new Tottenham signing is at the top of his game, he could easily be the difference-maker for the USA. On the other hand, if he struggles, the team could struggle with him.
Jamaica's player to watch is Luton Shelton. The striker's beautiful free-kick on Friday proved the difference in the match and furthered his position as Jamaica's all-time leading scorer at 34 goals.
Will the USA's injuries prove too tough to overcome for the second straight match?
Just how big of a threat are Jamaica in North American qualifying?
USA bounces back with a win, but it's a hard-fought and close 2-1 finish.
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