The U.S. Under-20 women’s national team will meet Haiti in the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Women’s U-20 Championship on Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET.

The winner will advance to the semifinals, which will send its winner to the 2022 FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica.

Les Grenadières are the only Caribbean nation to ever qualify for the FIFA U-20 WWC and are aiming for their third consecutive semifinal appearance at CWU20 after topping Guyana, 2-1, in the Round of 16.

The match, which will be held at Estadio Panamericano; San Cristóbal, Dominican RepublicEstadio Panamericano in San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic, will be broadcast live on FS2 and TUDN Digital.

Haiti hasn’t had to travel too far for this competition as it shares an island with the Dominican Republic in the Caribbean.

This will be the fourth meeting between the USA and Haiti at the Concacaf Women’s U-20 Championship. The U.S. holds a 2-0-1 advantage, outscoring Haiti, 12-1.

The most recent meeting between the teams came in the semifinals of the 2018 tournament, a 1-1 draw that went straight to penalty kicks after Haiti scored in second-half stoppage time. U.S. goalkeeper Amanda McGlynn made two clutch saves to set up a 3-0 victory.

The other two meetings came in the group stages of the 2002 and 2015 tournaments, 5-0 and 6-0 wins, respectively. Heather O’Reilly bagged a brace in the inaugural competition, while current USWNT forward Mallory Pugh scored twice in the 2015 game.

After flying through the group stage, the USA rolled past Suriname, 14-0, to kick off the CWU20 knockout bracket. Forwards Andrea Kitahata and Michelle Cooper both netted hat -tricks, while midfielder Emily Cooper and forward Alyssa Thompson also bagged braces.

After going into the break up 3-0, the U.S. exploded for 11 goals in the second half. The U.S. outshot Suriname 66-0, including 28 shots on goal, and enters the quarterfinal round outscoring its opponents 34-0. The 14 goals vs. Suriname were the second-most ever scored by the U.S. at this tourney and also tied its second-largest margin of victory.