Canada and El Salvador play their final World Cup qualifier of this international break when they meet in Toronto Thursdays at 12:30 a.m. KST.
The two nations replicated each other’s results in September, with John Herdman and Hugo Perez winning back-to-back draws to leave their respective teams third (Canada) and sixth (El Salvador) in CONCACAF’s third roundtable.
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Where to watch Canada vs. El Salvador on TV:
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- WE: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
Score prediction: Canada 2-0 El Salvador
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Canada vs El Salvador record, previous lineups and injury news:
After an appearance in the Gold Cup semi-finals this summer, Canada will feel good about themselves as they aim to qualify for a first World Cup since 1986, which also happens to be their only performance in the competition. most decorated football. The Reds opened this leg of the third round of the North America qualifying table with a somewhat disappointing draw against Honduras, before picking up a valuable point against arguably the CONCACAF favorites in the United States.
El Salvador have also not competed in a World Cup since the 1980s, although their absence was slightly longer than that of Canada, having not appeared since the 1982 edition in Spain, their only other appearance that took place in 1970. La Selecta made a promising start after keeping a cover on the United States on Matchday 1, drawing 0-0, before reproducing that clean sheet and scoring against Honduras last time around. Perez’s men have yet to score, but they have yet to concede.
- Canada (vs United States): Borjan; Johnston, Henry, Kennedy; Laryea, Eustaquio, Kaye, Adekugbe; Hoilett, Davies *, Larin.
- El Salvador (vs Honduras): Martinez; Tamacas, Zavaleta, Gomez, Larin; Ceren, Orellana, Roldan; Monterrosa, Henriquez, Rivas.
The main injury news for this game is that Alphonso Davies is back in Germany and will not be in this game after suffering an unspecified injury (considered a leg injury) on Sunday. The versatile defender of Bayern Munich was not in training on Tuesday and has now reportedly returned to Bavaria.
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Player to watch: Jonathan David (Canada and Lille)
The term is used far too often these days, but arguably this could be Canada’s “golden generation”. Alphonso Davies is, of course, the star of the show, the centerpiece of this current version of the national team, but in Jonathan David they have another player with world-class potential. The 21-year-old forward has already scored 15 goals in just 18 caps, but it was at club level that the Brooklyn-born forward really made a name for himself. During his first campaign for Lille, Mastiffs defied all expectations to fight for the Ligue 1 title against eternal champions PSG, with David responsible for 15 goals (13 goals, two assists). It was a historic moment in Lille’s history, and David will now seek to emulate this fairytale story by guiding his country to a first World Cup in over 30 years.
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