The United States returns to the scene of its most important World Cup qualifying win when it plays Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain.
Unlike the decisive Nov. 19, 1989, qualifier that advanced the U.S. team to its first World Cup in 40 years, this match may be something of an afterthought for T&T fans, and some suspect, even for the nation's players.
As timing would have it, Wednesday's opener to the final round of CONCACAF qualifying falls during the annual two-day Carnival celebration that ends at midnight Tuesday. Beginning Monday morning, Trinis will dance, sing, drink and dance some more in a non-stop party.
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