Manuel Asprilla #18 of Panama controls the ball in front of Curtis Gonzales #15 of Trinidad and Tobago during the fourth day of 2012 CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying at The Home Depot Center on March 24, 2012 in Carson, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
Honduras can book their place in the semi finals of the CONCACAF London 2012 Olympic qualifying section with a win over Trinidad & Tobago this evening.
Honduras are currently second in Group B of the CONCACAF London 2012 Olympic qualifying section and they can ensure that they reach the semi finals by beating Trinidad & Tobago in their final group match this evening.
Luis Fernando Suarez's side will be confident of beating their opponents, who look to be the weakest side in the section, having watched Trinidad & Tobago only narrowly scrape a 1-1 draw with Panama in their last match. Honduras beat Panama 3-1 in their opening match and one would expect them to win by a similar margin tonight.
Trinidad & Tobago can still qualify for the semi finals of the Olympic qualifiers but it looks fairly unlikely. They were completely outclassed when losing 7-1 to Mexico in their opening match and they look very difficult to back, especially at odds of just 7/2.
Honduras are 1/3 to win the match and even money to win by two or more goals. Both of those bets look pretty secure in what appears something of a mismatch.
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