Brentford midfielder Romaine Sawyers will be linking up with St Kitts and Nevis next week for their latest CONCACAF Nations League qualifier.
The Sugar Boyz have won their first two games, against Puerto Rico and Saint Martin, but now face their toughest assignment of qualifying so far, welcoming Canada to Basseterre on Sunday 18 November, kick-off midnight UK time.
The North American nation also head into Sunday's match with a perfect record so a victory for either side would go a long way to ensuring a top six finish, qualification for League A of the Nations League, and a spot in next summer's CONCACAF Gold Cup in the United States. St Kitts' final game comes in March when they head to Paramaribo to take on Suriname.
Romaine skippered his nation against Puerto Rico before earning his 24th international cap, and sixth while with The Bees, during the 10-0 victory over Saint Martin last month. The midfielder, who turned 27 last Friday, has been an ever-present in the Sky Bet Championship so far this term, and was appointed permanent captain ahead of last Saturday's victory against Millwall.