Canadian coach Stephen Hart has warned his team after its dismal performance last Friday, which saw the Canadians squander some simple chances in front of goal and were put under serious defensive pressure by the Sugar Boys. He has demanded an immediate improvement from his Canucks.
The Kittitians/Nevisians on the other hand who only have their pride at stake will look to finish their 2014 World Cup campaign with their unbeaten record intact.
Even though World cup hopes were dashed, a secondary objective of the St. Kitts Nevis Football Association is to achieve a world ranking of below 100, which they believe can be achieved with a good showing versus Canada in the returned leg.
With a roster rotation possible, the Canadians are looking towards giving a few youngsters an outing and locals here in St. Kitts and Nevis are hoping the coaching staff will do the same.
The game kicks off at 7:00 pm at BMO field in Toronto, Canada.