U.S. U-20 team drawn with Panama, Suriname for World Cup qualifying

U.S. U-20 team drawn with Panama, Suriname for World Cup qualifying

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U.S. U-20 team drawn with Panama, Suriname for World Cup qualifying

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By FRANCO PANIZO

The U.S. U-20 national team has learned its foes for the upcoming CONCACAF Championship, which will determine which four teams from the federation reach this summer's U-20 World Cup in Colombia.

The United States will take on Panama and Suriname in Group B. Should the Americans advance out of the group, they would face Honduras, Guatemala or Jamaica in a quarterfinals match with a World Cup ticket on the line.

The tournament is scheduled to begin on March 28 and runs through until April 10.

Here are the complete groups for the 2011 CONCACAF Championship:

Group A: Honduras, Guatemala, Jamaica

Group B: USA, Panama, Suriname

Group C: Canada, Costa Rica, Guadeloupe.

Group D: Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, Cuba

How do you think the U.S. U-20 team will do in its Group B games? Expecting them to qualify for this summer's World cup with ease?

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