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Grenada’s Numbers

We know Grenada’s coming in underdogs, even against a 1/4-strength U.S. team.  But it’s a team that typically scores goals in matches (they’ve been shut out in only 4 of their last 18 matches, but 2 of their last 3).  And since January 1, 2008, they’re 2-0 against Trinidad & Tobago (the U.S. is 2-1).  And they’re capable of scoring goals in ridiculous bunches:  they scored 10 against the U.S. Virgin Islands (5 in the first half).

Over the past two years, they’ve averaged 2.11 goals per game (1.00 goals in the first half) and they’ve held their opponents to a 1.78 goals-per-game average (0.94 in the first half).

They’ve only played twice in 2009:  a June 28 friendly against Antigua and Barbuda (a 2-2 draw) and a February 8 friendly against Barbados where they lost 5-0 (conceding three in the first half — the most they’d conceded in two years.)

Here’s the link to their roster.  And if you’re interested in their scores since 1/1/2008, check out the table below:

  Goals G@half oGoals oG@Half OT
Guyana 2 1 1 1  
St. Vincent/ Grenadines 2 1 1 0  
Barbados 1 1 1 0  
US Virgin Islands 10 5 0 0  
Trinidad & Tobago 2 0 0 0  
Jamaica 2 0 1 1  
Costa Rica 2 2 2 1  
Costa Rica 0 0 3 2  
Aruba 3 0 1 0  
Netherlands Antilles 0 0 2 2  
Cayman Islands 4 2 2 1  
Trinidad & Tobago 2 1 1 0  
Jamaica 0 0 4 2  
Barbados 4 3 2 0  
Cuba 2 1 2 2 5:6 PK
Jamaica 0 0 2 1  
Barbados 0 0 5 3  
Antigua and Barbuda 2 2  
           
Averages 2.11 1.00 1.78 0.94  
Max. Goals 10 5 5 3  
Mode 2 0 2 0  
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