Hindsight seems likely to suggest that French Guiana's hopes of causing a stir at this tournament were decimated by whatever communications issues saw CONCACAF allow the Caribbean qualifier to arrive at the competition with several ineligible players.
The team still came close to recovering from a poor start against Canada to nearly force at least a draw - but it didn't have quite enough to turnaround a three-goal deficit and ended up losing 4-2.
Against Honduras, French Guiana is expected to find success even more elusive. The team seemed to struggle to deal with pace on the counter-attack against Canada, and Los Catrachos would reasonably fancy themselves a more potent force on the break than the Canadians. It could be a long night in Houston for French Guiana if Honduras is allowed to get forward quickly and often.
For Los Catrachos, this game is a must-win. Losing to Costa Rica in the opening round was not a catastrophic blow to the team's ambitions for this tournament, but it must now set about asserting its status as a favorite to make the quarterfinals from this group. Anything less than a win potentially takes qualification for the next round out of Honduras' control. That is not a scenario the team will be giving much consideration: Honduras expects to win this game and take its first meaningful step toward the knockout rounds.
Per livesoccertv.com, here's where to find the game if watching from the USA: