Seattle Sounders midfielder Cristian Roldan is prepared to host Jamaica in Thursday’s World Cup qualifiers, applauding the Reggae Boyz prior to including that the USMNT is “up for it.”

The United States last dealt with Jamaica throughout the CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinal on July 25, where the United States handled a 1-0 triumph.  The Reggae Boyz were not a simple challenger, preserving an offending design throughout the matcH.

“Jamaica was really good in that Gold Cup game and I felt like our players were up for it in that game, in particular Kellyn Acosta, who set the tone,” stated Roldan, who came off the bench to provide the informing cross that colleague Matthew Hoppe headed to rating.

“Counterattacking is something that we need to do a really good job of in this game, and taking advantage in wide areas.

“In the Jamaica game they dropped off when we tried to run in behind, and that’s just going to create a lot of space out wide. So being able to exploit the wide areas and also getting runners in the box – good things happen when we have a lot of guys in the box. That’s how we got our goal and that’s how we can punish Jamaica.”

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