Ahead of final group stage fixtures in CONCACAF nations next week, two soccer-playing Central American countries, El Salvador and Honduras, are set to face each other in a friendly game in a few hours at BMO stadium in Los Angeles.
EL Salvador vs. Honduras Soccer TV Channel
- Venue: BMO Stadium, Los Angeles
- Date: Thursday, March 23, 2023
- Start Time: 11 PM ET
- Streams anywhere: Oolatv
Given the past incidents and rivalries, El Salvador vs. Honduras is always a match full of thrill. Both teams have faced each other 18 times, where Honduras is leading with nine wins, six games were drawn, and El Salvador won three.
How To Watch EL Salvador vs. Honduras Live Online:
Fans can live stream the game through the following streaming services and TV channels:
- Anywhere: OolaTV
- El Salvador: Canal 4 El Salvador
- Central America: Sky Mexico
- Oceania: BeIN Sports
EL Salvador Preview:
As mentioned above, both teams aren’t new to each other; they last met in January 2022 when El Salvador won by 2-0 in a World Cup Qualifier game. Talking about El Salvador’s first, 74th-ranked side has faced Honduras 18 times and has recorded just three wins, with six draws and nine losses. That said, they’ll be looking to improve the record by recording a win when they face today at BMO stadium.
Now two years with the Ex-United States midfielder, El Salvador has improved a lot under Hugo Perez. Perez is well known as a manager who develops youngsters and has previously managed the likes of Christian Pulisic and Tyler Adams. After taking charge, he, as expected, selected an inexperienced side, with only one player above 30 from the 22-men squad.
With time, Hugo has shown why he was appointed as he took them to the final round of World Cup qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup for the first time since 2010. In 2021, they progressed to the last eight at the Gold Cup for the first time since 2017.
With these achievements, they’ve featured in League A at the Nations League for the first time, Where they are currently in an excellent position to make the finals, leading a group that contains the likes of the USA and Grenada.
Although Hugo Perez’ El Salvador isn’t a fluid side with a wide-open playing style, it’s one of the toughest teams in the region to play against, as his side is happy to sit back with a slew of players behind the ball.
Since their World Cup qualification final-round loss against Mexico in March 2022, they’re unbeaten in three successive games. Talking about their upcoming match against Honduras, they haven’t conceded a goal against them in the last two previous encounters.
However, they’ve failed to keep a clean sheet in seven games since their win over the same opponent last year and would like to end this unfortunate streak.
Probable Starting XI:
Gonzalez, Tamacas, Zavaleta, Dominguez, Villalobos, Roldan, Orellana, Duenas, C. Gil, Reyes, Henriquez
On the other hand, 81st-ranked Honduras
They’re rebuilding under Diego Vasquez after their final round of World Cup qualifying, with many young players making their way to the senior team.
Selection has proved right as they’ve won two of their three group matches in the Nations League, including a 2-1 win against Canada. It’s been three games under him, and his side is directly attacking.
Honduras will be playing their final Nations League group game next week would, and a win or a draw would take them to the Finals for the second successive time after finishing third two years ago.
However, despite the recent good results, Honduras has failed to keep a clean sheet in their last five games and would like to own one against their fierce rivals.
Probable Starting XI:
L. Lopez, Pereira, Maldonado, Decas, Garcia, K. Lopez, D. Flores, Arriaga, Palma, Quioto, Elis
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