Canada, here we come
Dominica draws 0-0 with the British Virgin Islands on Sunday and wins 3-2 on Thursday
ROSEAU, Dominica – Missing multiply opportunities to score, Dominica and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) played to a goalless draw before a loud and partisan crowd at the Windsor Park Stadium in Roseau on Sunday evening.
That means Dominica will now play Canada in its quest to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
Earlier, Dominica, ranked #181 in the world by FIFA, got rid of # 201 British Virgin Islands 3-2 on Thursday night.
Canada, ranked 116th, will host Dominica on June 8 at Toronto's BMO Field. The return leg is June 16.
The Canada-Dominica winner will advance to the third round of CONCACAF qualifying, along with the nine other second-round winners plus Jamaica and Haiti, for another home-and-away series.
On Thursday Dominica came from a 2-1 deficit to beat BVI 3-2 (two goals from substitute Randolph Peltier and one from Glenworth Elizee). Eduard Moss and Jordan Johnson scored for the British Virgin Islands.
Both matches were played at the Windsor Park in Dominica because BVI did not have a suitable playing field.
CONCACAF covers the Caribbean and North and Central America.