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How to watch Jamaica vs. Costa Rica in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying: start time, TV, and live stream

Kemar Lawrence and the Reggae Boyz need to salvage their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign with a strong home performance.

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Costa Rica has established itself as the team to beat in Group B of CONCACAF's penultimate round of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. A narrow home win over Haiti was perhaps closer than most observers might have anticipated, but a 2-1 win in Panama gave Los Ticos not just maximum points from their opening two games, but also the significant boost of a win on the road.

Now, Costa Rica seeks to further advance its progress to the Hexagonal (CONCACAF's six-team final qualifying round) with more points on the road.

Jamaica, conversely, urgently needs to re-establish home ground as an advantage. A 2-0 loss to Panama in Kingston last November immediately put the Reggae Boyz at a disadvantage in this group. Some momentum was regained with a win in Haiti, but Jamaica can't afford to keep dropping points at home - even to group favorite, Costa Rica.

So more pressure on the home team - and the New York Red Bulls' starting left back, Kemar Lawrence - than the visitors (and former RBNY starting left back, Roy Miller; likely to watch this game from the bench).

Jamaica vs. Costa Rica

Where: Independence Park, Kingston, Jamaica

When: 8:00 pm, Eastern; Friday, March 25

TV: Not so much

Online: beIn Sports Connect