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Canada national team announce roster for November Nations League match

The Canadian national team have released their roster for November's Concacaf Nations League Qualifying on the road against St. Kitts and Nevis on Sunday, Nov. 18.

Soon-to-be Bayern Munich attacker Alphonso Davies leads the way, while Vancouver Whitecaps duo Russell Teibert and Doneil Henry have been called in. Toronto FC are sending Liam Fraser and Jay Chapman. FC Barcelona B's Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla, formerly of the Montreal Impact, has been selected as well. 

Toronto's Jonathan Osorio misses out due to an injury.

Both Canada and their opponent have won both of their qualifying matches thus far, each boasting a flattering goal difference without conceding a goal. Canada are +13 while St. Kitts and Nevis are +11. 

“We are really looking forward to this challenge as St. Kitts and Nevis have performed well in Concacaf Nations League thus far,” head coach John Herdman said in a media release. “Given our history in this venue, we know it is a tough place to get a result, but we are clear on our approach and the players will be ready.”

Canada National Team Roster

Position Name Club
GK Milan Borjan Red Star Belgrade/SRB
GK Maxime Crepeau Ottawa Fury
GK Simon Thomas Kongsvinger IL/NOR
D Samuel Adekugbe Vålerenga Fotball/NOR
D Zachary Brault-Guillard Olympique Lyonnais/FRA
D Derek Cornelius FK Javor Ivanjica/SRB
D David Edgar Ottawa Fury
D Marcus Godinho Heart of Midlothian FC/SCO
D Doneil Henry Vancouver Whitecaps
D Manjrekar James FC Fredericia/DEN
M Jay Chapman Toronto FC
M Liam Fraser Toronto FC
M Atiba Hutchinson Beşiktaş JK/TUR
M Samuel Piette Montreal Impact
M Russell Teibert Vancouver Whitecaps
M David Wotherspoon St. Johnstone/SCO
F Lucas Cavallini Puebla FC/MEX
F Jonathan David KAA Gent/BEL
F Alphonso Davies Vancouver Whitecaps
F Junior Hoilett Cardiff City/WAL
F Cyle Larin Besiktas/TUR
F Liam Millar Liverpool FC U-23/ENG
F Ballou Jean-Yves Tabla FC Barcelona B/ESP

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