‘Whisper’ Richards gets first Reggae Boyz start
Dujaun "Whisper" Richards.

Chelsea FC's newest recruit Dujuan "Whisper" Richards gets his first start for Jamaica who face Caribbean rivals Trinidad and Tobago in an international friendly match on Tuesday evening.

Richards will partner Omari Hutchinson and Collin Anderson in attack.

Head coach Heimir Hallgrimsson will set out the Reggae Boyz in a 4-3-3 formation.

The game kicks off from the National Stadium in Kingston at 7 pm.

Jamaica's starting 11:

GK - Jahmali Waite

DF - Ricardo Thomas

DF - Dexter Lembikisa

DF - Jamoi Topey

DF - Adrian Mariappa (captain)

MF - Jahshaun Anglin

MF - Demario Phillips

MF - Lamar Walker

FW - Collin Anderson

FW - Omari Hutchinson

FW - Dujuan Richards

Trinidad and Tobago's starting 11:

GK - Marvin Phillip (captain)

DF - Josiah Trimmingham

DF - Jameel Neptune

DF - Alvin Jones

DF - Justin Garcia

MF - Kareem Riley

MF - Noah Powder

MF - Matthew Woo Ling

MF - Jomal Williams Jr

FW - Kadeem Corbin

FW - Reon Moore

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