Ethan Pinnock has been selected by Jamaica for their next three 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
The Reggae Boyz have ground to make up in the Final Round of CONCACAF qualifying, sitting bottom of the eight-team league with one point from their opening three matches.
This month's action sees them face the USA at the Q2 Stadium, Austin, on Friday 8 October, kick-off 12.45am UK time. They then return to home soil for the visit of Canada on Sunday 10 October, kick-off 11pm, before moving on to Honduras on Thursday 14 October, kick-off 1.05am.
Ethan has made two appearances for Jamaica, both coming in 2021. He made his debut against USA in March with his first competitive appearance coming last month in a 3-0 defeat to Panama.
The 28-year-old has started all six of our Premier League games so far this season, scoring the opener against Liverpool during our 3-3 draw last Saturday. Ethan also skippered the side against Forest Green Rovers in the Carabao Cup Second Round. Ethan is closing in on 100 games for The Bees since joining in the summer of 2019. The defender has featured 95 times, scoring five goals in all competitions.