The Canucks can eliminate Puerto Rico and take another step towards the next round of CONCACAF World Cup 2014 qualification.
|Puerto Rico (4-4-2): Saldana; Jones, Martinez, Rivera, Arrieta; Villegas, Perez, Horta, Cardona; Megaloudis, Cabrero|
Goalkeepers: Brandon Saldana, Terry Boss, Eric Reyes
Defenders: Alexis Rivera, John Krause, Cristian Arrieta, Richard Martínez, Scott Jones, Juan Velez, Scott Horta, Jorge Rodriguez
Midfielders: Noah Delgado, Tyler Wilson, Andrés Cabrero, Petter Villegas, Isaac Nieves, Andres Perez, Alvaro Betancourt
Forwards: Chris Megaloudis, Hector Ramos
Note: Roster is not official but includes the players who were on the roster for Puerto Rico's first two World Cup qualifiers in September
|Canada (4-3-3): Hirschfeld; Ledgerwood, Edgar, Straith, Jazic; Dunfield, de Guzman, De Rosario; Jackson, Occean, Simpson.||
Goalkeepers: Lars Hirschfeld, Kenny Stamatopoulos
Defenders: Nik Ledgerwood, Ashtone Morgan, Kevin McKenna, Adam Straith, David Edgar, Ante Jazić
Midfielders: Julian de Guzman, Will Johnson, Josh Simpson, Joseph Di Chiara, Dwayne De Rosario, Terry Dunfield
Forwards: Iain Hume, Tosaint Ricketts, Simeon Jackson, Olivier Occean
||DID YOU KNOW?|
Canada beat Puerto Rico 3-0 on Sept. 6 on the road in the second match of CONCACAF Round 2 World Cup qualifying.
- The Canucks lead their four-team group with nine points from three games. Puerto Rico is in third with two points from three games. Only the top team in the group advances to Round 3 of qualifying.
- Canada's 7-0 win over St. Lucia on Friday eliminated the tiny Caribbean nation. A win in this match will also eliminate Puerto Rico.
- A win in this match and another win against second placed St. Kitts and Nevis in their next match on Nov. 11 will see the Canucks qualify for Round 3 with one match left to play.
- Canada midfielder Will Johnson is heading back to Real Salt Lake with an ankle injury and won't play against Puerto Rico
- Defender Andre Hainault will also miss this match, as he's decided to stay with the Houston Dynamo for a crucial MLS match instead of accepting a call-up to the Canadian national team.