Ecuador Vs Jamaica Match preview and Starting Lineup

Ecuador will face Jamaica in Group B of the Copa America on June 26, with the match kicking off at 018:00 United States local time.

The Ecuador national football team (also known as EQUADOR) and the Jamaica national football team meet again 6 years after their last friendly match, which Ecuador won 2-0. Ecuador is approaching this match after a defeat to Venezuela last Sunday. The coach and players will likely focus on strengthening their defense, as they have conceded goals in their last five consecutive matches.

The Jamaica national football team is preparing for the match following a loss to Mexico in Group B last Sunday. To improve their results, they will need to address their defensive issues, as they have conceded goals in their last six consecutive away matches.


Ecuador Vs Jamaica Starting Lineup and Live Score Updates

We are updating team formations and line-ups for Ecuador vs. Jamaica in real time. The starting line-ups for both teams have yet to be announced.


Ecuador Possible Starting XI

We’ll see who starts for Ecuador this time, as their recent match featured:

    1. Alexander Dominguez
    2. Piero Hincapie
    3. Willian Pacho
    4. Felix Torres
    5. Angelo Preciado
    6. Moises Caicedo
    7. Alan Franco
    8. Jeremy Sarmiento
    9. Kendry Paez
    10. John Yeboah
    11. Enner Valencia


Jamaica Possible Starting XI

In their recent match, Jamaica started with:

    1. Jahmali Waite
    2. Ethan Pinnock
    3. Joel Latibeaudiere
    4. DiShon Bernard
    5. Greg Leigh
    6. Kasey Palmer
    7. Bobby De Cordova-Reid
    8. Dexter Lembikisa
    9. Demarai Gray
    10. Shamar Nicholson
    11. Michail Antonio


Key Players Ahead of the Match: Ecuador Vs. Jamaica


  1. Enner Valencia (Forward)
    • Valencia, Ecuador’s captain and top scorer, brings leadership and goal-scoring prowess to the team. His ability to find the net consistently will be crucial for Ecuador’s attack.
  2. Moises Caicedo (Midfielder)
    • Caicedo is a dynamic midfielder known for his tenacity and ability to control the midfield. His energy and distribution will be pivotal in dictating the pace of the game.
  3. Piero Hincapie (Defender)
    • Hincapie, a promising young defender, adds stability to Ecuador’s backline with his composure and tackling ability. He will play a key role in thwarting Jamaica’s attacking threats.
  4. Alexander Dominguez (Goalkeeper)
    • Dominguez, Ecuador’s experienced goalkeeper, provides reliability between the posts. His shot-stopping skills and command of the penalty area will be crucial in keeping Jamaica at bay.
  5. Jeremy Sarmiento (Winger)
    • Sarmiento, known for his pace and dribbling skills, adds flair to Ecuador’s wing play. His ability to create scoring opportunities and deliver crosses will be vital.


  1. Michail Antonio (Forward)
    • Antonio, a powerful and versatile forward, poses a significant goal-scoring threat. His physicality and ability to hold up play will be crucial for Jamaica’s attacking strategy.
  2. Demarai Gray (Winger)
    • Gray’s speed and technical ability make him a dangerous winger. His creativity and knack for cutting inside to take shots will test Ecuador’s defense.
  3. Ethan Pinnock (Defender)
    • Pinnock, a commanding presence in defense, brings aerial prowess and strong tackling to Jamaica’s backline. His role in organizing the defense will be pivotal.
  4. Bobby De Cordova-Reid (Midfielder)
    • De Cordova-Reid, a skilled midfielder, contributes with his vision and passing range. His ability to control the midfield and link play will be crucial for Jamaica’s build-up.
  5. Jahmali Waite (Goalkeeper)
    • Waite, Jamaica’s goalkeeper, will play a crucial role in keeping Ecuador’s attacks at bay. His shot-stopping abilities and command of the penalty area will be vital for Jamaica’s defensive efforts.


The upcoming match between Ecuador and Jamaica will feature these key players who will be instrumental in shaping the outcome. Both teams will rely on their star performers to deliver standout performances and lead their respective teams to victory.


Head-to-Head Analysis: Ecuador Vs Jamaica

Ecuador and Jamaica have met once since September 2018, with Ecuador winning that match. The most recent encounter between them was a friendly on September 8, 2018, where Ecuador won 2-0. In this head-to-head match, Ecuador scored 2 goals while Jamaica scored none. Thus, Ecuador has a better head-to-head record against Jamaica in their recent history.

Date Competition Result
Sep 8, 2018 Friendly Ecuador 2 – 0 Jamaica

Group B Performance


  • Matches Played: 1
  • Wins: 0
  • Draws: 0
  • Losses: 1
  • Goals Scored: 1 (1.00 per match)
  • Goals Conceded: 2 (2.00 per match)


  • Matches Played: 1
  • Wins: 0
  • Draws: 0
  • Losses: 1
  • Goals Scored: 0 (0.00 per match)
  • Goals Conceded: 1 (1.00 per match)


Recent Form Records for Ecuador Vs Jamaica

Ecuador and Jamaica both come into this match after defeats in their previous outings. Ecuador lost to Venezuela, while Jamaica was defeated by Mexico.


  • Overall Performance: Ecuador has won 10 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 4.
  • Recent Matches:
    • Wins:
      • 2-1 vs. Honduras (June 16)
      • 3-1 vs. Bolivia (June 13)
      • 2-0 vs. Guatemala (March 22)
    • Losses:
      • 1-2 vs. Venezuela (June 23)
      • 0-1 vs. Argentina (June 10)
      • 0-2 vs. Italy (March 24)


  • Overall Performance: Jamaica has won 10 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 4.
  • Recent Matches:
    • Wins:
      • 3-2 vs. Dominica (June 9)
      • 1-0 vs. Dominican Republic (June 6)
      • 1-0 vs. Panama (March 25)
      • 3-2 vs. Canada (November 22)
    • Losses:
      • 0-1 vs. Mexico (June 23)
      • 1-3 vs. USA (March 22)


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