Antigua and Barbuda have breathed fresh life into CONCACAF, and they face a date with destiny and USA on 8 June. FIFA.com chats to the hopeful Wadadli Boys about their chances.
Asian and Caribbean upsets, tight battles in South America and a first-ever win for American Samoa were among the latest qualifying tales as the race for Brazil 2014 heated up.
Tiny Antigua and Barbuda have knocked out Haiti and scored more goals than any other side in CONCACAF, leading captain George Dublin to ask a valid question: “Why can’t we go to the World Cup?”
Six sides are through to the next stage of North, Central American and Caribbean qualifying for Brazil 2014 after four months of frenzied football with shocks aplenty.
Fancied sides Trinidad and Tobago and Haiti tumbled out of qualifying on Friday, while El Salvador, Antigua and Barbuda, Canada and Guyana all had evenings to savour.