The biggest continental soccer tournament in North America is still in group stage play. This 12-team tournament will soon be an eight event after four teams are eliminated from this group stage games.

Group A

1. USA: 2 wins: 6 points
2. Panama: 0 wins, 2 draws: 2 points
3. Honduras: 0 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss: 1 point
4. Haiti: 0 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss: 1 point

The United States of America has already won this group with wins over Honduras and Haiti. They still have to play Panama, but it's obviously not a must-win game. The U.S. has won this competition five times, so they're no stranger to winning. Second place is open for grabs between Panama, Haiti and Honduras. There is even a chance that the third-place team can still qualify for the knockout round depending on how the final two games play out.

Remaining Schedule

Haiti vs. Honduras: Monday, July 13 at 7 p.m. EDT

USA vs. Panama: Monday, July 13 at 9 p.m. EDT

Group B

1. Jamaica: 1 win, 1 draw: 4 points
2. Costa Rica: 0 wins, 2 draws: 2 points
3. El Salvador: 0 wins, 2 draws: 2 points
4. Canada: 1 draw, 1 loss: 1 point

This has been the most surprising group so far. Costa Rica entered the tournament as big favorites but have dropped dramatically in the new FIFA rankings. Costa Rica has drawn a tie in their first two games against both Jamaica and El Salvador. Jamaica currently leads this group with four points thanks to their last victory over Canada. Goalkeeper Dwayne Miller has been playing fantastic in net for Jamaica during this Gold Cup. Costa Rica and El Salvador are currently tied for second place, but Costa Rica has the edge because they have more goals for.

Remaining Schedule

Jamaica vs. El Salvador: Tuesday, July 14 at 6 p.m. EDT

Canada vs. Costa Rica: Tuesday, July 14 at 8:30 p.m. EDT

Group C

1. Trinidad and Tobago: 2 wins: 6 points
2. Mexico: 1 win, 1 draw: 4 points
3. Guatemala: 0 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss: 1 point
4. Cuba: 0 wins, 2 losses: 0 points.

This has been a really exciting group. Mexico came in as the favorite, but without star forward Javier Hernandez, anything is possible. Trinidad and Tobago currently lead this group with six points thanks to Sheldon Bateau. Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago will play in a "winner take all" game on Wednesday. As for Cuba, this tournament has been a disaster so far. Two players have already defected, and they are the only team in this entire tournament without a single point.

Remaining Schedule

Cuba vs. Guatemala: Wednesday, July 15 at 6 p.m. EDT

Mexico vs. Trinidad and Tobago: Wednesday, July 15 at 8:30 p.m. EDT

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