The quarter-finals of the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup kicked off Saturday, with Haiti beating Canada and Mexico overcoming Costa Rica on penalties at NRG Stadium in Houston.
Four more teams battle it out Sunday for the last two places in the semi-finals of the tournament.
Jamaica are up against Panama in the first game of the day, while the United States play Curacao at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.
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Saturday, June 29
Haiti 3-2 Canada
Mexico 1-1 Costa Rica (Mexico win 5-4 on penalties)
Sunday, June 30
Jamaica vs. Panama, 5:30 p.m. ET/10:30 p.m. BST
U.S. vs. Curacao, 8 p.m. ET/1 a.m. BST (Monday)
Viewers in the United States can watch the action on Fox Sports 1 (U.S.) and live stream the action via Fox Sports Go. In the United Kingdom, the action is available on Freesports TV.
Gold Cup Preview
Curacao have made history at the 2019 Gold Cup by making it through to the knockout stages for the first time, but their involvement is expected to be ended by the U.S. on Sunday.
Remko Bicentini's side beat Honduras and then snatched a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser against Jamaica to progress as runners-up from Group B:
Jurien Gaari scored the goal that took Curacao into the knockout phase, but goalkeeper Eloy Room deserves credit for his displays and can expect to be busy again in the quarter-finals:
The U.S. came into the tournament after disappointing defeats to Venezuela and Jamaica.
Yet they have bounced back by beating Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago and Panama, netting 11 goals along the way.
Chelsea new boy Christian Pulisic has caught the eye with three goals, two assists and an impressive work rate:
The U.S. should have too much quality for Curacao and will be expected to book a semi-final spot against either Jamaica or Panama.
Jamaica topped Group C with five points but were held by both El Salvador and Curacao, while Panama beat Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago on their way to finishing second behind the U.S. in Group D.
The Reggae Boyz have made it to the final at the last two Gold Cups but have not lived up to pre-tournament expectations as yet.
Their only win so far came in their opening game when they saw off Honduras 3-2, and they have only managed one goal since then.
Bayer Leverkusen winger Leon Bailey has not had the impact many expected, but he should return to the starting XI for the clash against Panama and will add some energy and quality up front.
Panama will certainly fancy their chances against Jamaica. Los Canaleros were beaten 1-0 by the U.S in their final group game, but both sides had made plenty of changes for the match:
The team will look to Edgar Barcenas to provide the inspiration in attack against Jamaica. The 25-year-old was on target in their win over Trinidad and Tobago and will pose a threat at set pieces.