Two Caribbean Cup matches scheduled for this week have been postponed due to Hurricane Matthew.
The Jamaica vs. Suriname Group 1 encounter of Round 3 has been postponed due to the passage of Hurricane Matthew. Both teams were expected to meet at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex in Kingston, Jamaica on 5 October. The new date will be announced shortly.
The CFU also announced the Haiti versus French Guiana match scheduled for 5 October at Stade Sylvio Cator in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, also has been postponed.
All other matches for 5 October will proceed as scheduled. Antigua and Barbuda is away to Curacao and Trinidad and Tobago will host the Dominican Republic.
Round three matches are also scheduled for 8 and 11 October.
The top four teams emerging from Round 3 will qualify to the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup while the fifth-placed team will advance to a play-off against a team from UNCAF in a bid to earn a Gold Cup berth.
Round 3 will be followed by a three-nation, Fifth-place Play-off of the best three second-placed finishers, from 7-15 November.
The finals of the Caribbean Cup will be played from 22-25 June, 2017.