While the U.S. is already through and Jamaica holds out slim hopes, the other games have huge implications for which teams will represent CONCACAF in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Honduras hosts Costa Rica this afternoon, and as they sit on 11 points, a victory for the Catrachos would guarantee them a ticket to Brazil as one of the top three teams.
The huge match takes place an at an appropriately massive venue at Estadio Azteca, where Mexico and Panama are locked in a duel for the fourth spot. Each hold eight points from eight matches, and the Mexicans enter without a single victory in four home games (0-1-3). Meantime, the Panamanians have twice beaten Mexico this year, both meetings taking place in the Gold Cup.
While their fate won't be decided tonight, they can foresee the difficult road ahead. Mexico closes out the group away to Costa Rica, while Panama hosts the United States in Panama City.