Guatemala, Cayman Islands looking to run down El Salvador in Group F
Photo: Guatemala (2-0-1, 6, +5) sit in second place and boast a superior goal difference over its Central American counterparts despite falling 2-1 to El Salvador on Matchday Three.
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BRADENTON, Florida – El Salvador has led the way in Group F at the 2018 Concacaf Under-20 Championship, but there are still wo teams with hopes of chasing down the undefeated Cuscatlecos (3W-0D-0L, 9 points, +4).

Guatemala (2-0-1, 6, +5) sit in second place and boast a superior goal difference over its Central American counterparts despite falling 2-1 to El Salvador on Matchday Three.

The Chapines are heading into a massive clash on Matchday Four with third-place Cayman Islands (1-0-2, 3, -1), whose hopes of reaching the Qualification Stage are still very much intact.

With Guatemala not playing on the final Matchday, it will be looking for a comfortable victory against Cayman Islands in hopes of building up its goal difference.

Meanwhile, a Cayman Islands win against Guatemala would set the stage for a dramatic Matchday Five in which it will face already eliminated Curacao (0-0-2, 0, -3) and could surpass El Salvador on goal difference with a decisive win.

For El Salvador, the task is straightforward. Its last match will be on Matchday Five and with a win against already eliminated Guyana (0-0-2, 0, -5), the Cuscatlecos will punch their ticket to the next round.