Canada has one foot in the third round of CONCACAF qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. A relatively comfortable 2-0 win over Dominica in the first leg suggests the team will be able to ride out the second leg without too much trouble, even without first-choice 'keeper Milan Borjan (sent off in the 80th minute for deliberately handling the ball outside his area).
The New York Red Bulls' fourth-choice center back was the Canada's starting left back in the first leg. It will be interesting to see whether head coach Benito Floro sticks with the same personnel (except for the unfortunate Borjan) and formation for the second leg.
For Dominica, there is nothing to lose. A heavy defeat would be embarrassing, but the road to Russia will end in Toronto if the Dominicans can't find a couple of goals. A defensive posture to limit the scale of an anticipated defeat would be a disappointing, if not entirely surprising, approach to the game for the underdogs.
Canada Soccer managed to get a livestream running on YouTube for the match in Dominica, so expect much the same for this match. Check Twitter for details as kick off approaches.