Martinique vs Haiti preview, team news and prediction | CONCACAF Gold Cup

Martinique will square off against Haiti in a Group B match of the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Here is our preview, team news and prediction for the match.

Martinique vs Haiti preview, team news and prediction | CONCACAF Gold Cup
Haiti Football Team

Martinique vs Haiti: Martinique will lock horns with Haiti in the upcoming CONCACAF Gold Cup fixture at the Toyota Stadium. It’s a Group B fixture between the two sides. Both sides are knocked out of the competition and will look to win their final league phase fixture and finish the season on a brighter note.

The two sides are placed at the bottom of the Group B points table and are on the lookout for their first point in the ongoing edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Martinique vs Haiti: Team Preview


The nation have lost both the group stage encounters they have played thus far. They lost their season opener against Canada and then to the USA. They have conceded 10 goals and have scored a couple of goals only.


Meanwhile, Haiti lost their season opener against the United States of America by a goal. They also succumbed to a defeat against Canada.

Martinique vs Haiti: Head-to-Head

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Martinique Football Team

From a total of 14 games, Martinique have won five matches while Haiti are with four wins to their name. The remaining five games ended in draws.

Recent Form (Last 5 games)

Martinique: LLDLD

Haiti form: LLWWL

Martinique vs Haiti: Team News


All players are available for selection during Martinique’s final group stage fixture.


Their defender is suspended Francois Dulysse after being sent off in the nation’s last game against Canada.

Martinique vs Haiti: Probable Playing XI

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Gilles Meslien, Gerald Dondon, Sebastien Cretinoir, Romario Barthelery, Samuel Camille, Norman Grelet, Stephane Abaul, Daniel Herelle, Kevin Fortune, Emmanuel Riviere, Gregory Pastel


Brian Sylvestre, Kevin Lafrance, Ricardo Ade, Carlens Arcus, Martin Experience, Bryan Alceus, Derrick Etienne, Duckens Nazon, Zachary Herivaux, Stephane Lambese, Carnejy Antoine


Both sides look evenly matched on paper and thus the game is expected to end in a draw.

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