Mexico vs El Salvador Todays World Cup Match
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Mexico will face El Salvador on March 30 in a World Cup Qualifier match at the Estadio Azteca in Ciudad de México. Here, you will know when, where, and how to watch Mexico vs El Salvador match along with the lineup, prediction, and team news.

HOW TO WATCH

MARCH

30

2022

Venue: Estadio Azteca in Ciudad de México

TV Channel: TUDN and CBS

TIME

9:05

PM/ET

WATCH LIVE FROM HERE

Preview:

Mexico qualified for the World Cup in Qatar on Monday, defeating a tenacious Honduras side 1-0 away from home. Since losing 2-1 to Canada in November, they have gone undefeated in their previous six games, winning three and drawing three.

When the two teams met last Sunday, El Salvador lost 2-1 to Costa Rica. They have now lost each of their previous three games, and have only one win in their last 12 games in all competitions.

When is Mexico vs. El Salvador Match Take Place?

  • Date: The match will take place on March 30, 2022
  • Time: The kick-off will start at 9.05 pm

Venue:

The match will take place at the Estadio Azteca in Ciudad de México. The stadium has a capacity of 87,523 people. So, you can catch the event directly from the stadium if you are someone from there.

How to Watch This Match on TV?

  • TUDN

In the USA, TUDN will be broadcasting Mexico vs El Salvador match on television. You will need a cable TV subscription to watch the match there. Contact your operator right now to watch the match on your TV.

How to Live Stream Mexico vs. El Salvador Match for FREE?

  • Paramount+
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Paramount+has the right to show the live stream of the Mexico vs El Salvador match online. You will need to subscribe to Paramount+ for $4.99 per month. You will be able to watch a lot of exciting sports events all over the month through your subscription. Paramount+ has a free trial option. So you can watch this match for free.

Mexico Team News:

On Sunday, Edson Alvarez finally broke the Hondurans’ resistance by finding space on the near-post to head in a corner kick from Hector Herrera. Goals by Hector Moreno and Raul Jimenez handed El Tri all three points, with Guillermo Ochoa collecting the shutout.

Lineup:

Guillermo Ochoa; Jorge Sanchez, Nestor Araujo, Cesar Montes, Jesús Gallardo; Diego Lainez, Edson Alvarez, Carlos Rodriguez; Raul Jimenez, Hirving Lozano, Jesus Corona

  • Injured: None
  • Suspended: Hector Herrera

El Salvador Team News:

On Sunday, Edson Alvarez finally broke the Hondurans’ resistance by finding space on the near-post to head in a corner kick from Hector Herrera. Goals by Hector Moreno and Raul Jimenez handed El Tri all three points.

Lineup:

Mario Gonzalez; Bryan Tamacas, Eriq Zavaleta, Ronald Gómez, Eriq Zavaleta, José Villalobos; Christian Martinez, Jairo Mauricio Henriquez, Narciso Orellana, Kevin Santamaria; Christian Gil

  • Injured: Roberto Carlos Dominguez
  • Suspended: Alexander Larin

Head-to-Head:

Mexico have been imperious in the history of this fixture, claiming 34 wins from the previous 40 meetings between the sides. El Salvador have managed five wins in that time, while the spoils have been shared once. Mexico are currently on a nine-game winning streak against the visitors.

Prediction:

Based on previous meetings between the two teams, Mexico enters Thursday’s match as the clear favorite to win all three points. They have a far superior team, and we believe they will triumph against an El Salvador side that has only won one of their last eight away games, suffering six defeats in the process.

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Prediction: Mexico 2- 0

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