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.
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.
Stephen Hart has called for his Canada side to show their quality against St Kitts and Nevis having produced a drab, if satisfactory, draw against them which saw them through to the next round of qualifying.
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.
The penultimate round in CONCACAF’s first stage of Brazil 2014 qualifying takes place tomorrow with regional elite El Salvador and Canada set to seal progression, however, Trinidad and Tobago are under pressure.
New attacking ace Lester Peltier talks to FIFA.com about the long road to Slovakia, his first hat-trick for Trinidad and Tobago and his high hopes for the crucial Brazil 2014 qualifying test with Guyana next week.