Canada will play its final preparation match ahead of a pair of crucial World Cup qualifiers in September.
|Canada (4-2-3-1): Hirschfeld; Henry, Hainault, Jakovic, Jazic; de Guzman, Dunfield; Johnson, Bernier, de Jong; Ricketts.
|Trinidad and Tobago (4-4-2): Williams; Jones, Mitchell, Cyrus, Power; Daniel, Hector, Leon, Peltier; Roberts, Jorsling
- The two countries are ranked 79th and 80th in the world, with Canada having the slight advantage in FIFA's latest world ranking.
- The last time Canada faced off with Trinidad and Tobago was in 2000, when the two sides met five times. They split that year's series with two wins, one draw, and two losses each.
- T&T was eliminated from Brazil 2014 late last year. The Caribbean nation also did not qualify for the most recent CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Canada's roster features four uncapped players: Toronto FC's Doneil Henry, Evan James from the Montreal Impact, Vancouver Whitecaps midfielder Russell Teibert, and Club Nacional's Lucas Cavallini. All four players participated in this year's Olympic qualification tournament, where Canada was eliminated by eventual Olympic champion Mexico.