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Trinidad and Tobago at Honduras, 2018 World Cup qualifying live stream: Time, TV Schedule, and how to watch

Kenwyne Jones leads the Soca Warriors into Honduras

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After a disappointing 2-0 home loss to Costa Rica on Friday, Atlanta United’s Kenwyne Jones will lead Trinidad and Tobago to Honduras in their second game of the final round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying.

Jones played 79 minutes in the loss to Costa Rica, getting off one shot that was off-target. A knee injury suffered in Caribbean Cup qualification in Martinique on October 12 has hampered Jones, keeping him from playing with Central FC on loan.

Kenwyne and Seattle’s Joevin Jones lead the Trinidad and Tobago national team in World Cup qualifying scoring, with three goals each.

Honduras lost their opening match as well, surprisingly dropping a home game to Panama on Friday. Both teams will be looking for a win to get their campaign back on track.

How to Watch

Kickoff Time: 5:05 p.m. ET

Available TV: NBC Universo

Available Streaming: fuboTV (Free Trial), beIN Sports Connect, Sling TV