Honduras vs Canada: Time, Service and U23 Need for Pre-Olympic Round – Ten
U23 National Team from Honduras Canada measured tonight at the close of Group B of Concacaf Pre-Olympic. He has a clear picture of qualifying and can reach the semi-finals with all three results, even losing. In their hands the key.
The game is played in 8.00 at night (TV broadcast) at the legendary Jalisco Stadium in Guadalajara. She arrived as the first team in the group with a +3 goal difference, giving her the possibility that a draw would put her at the top of the group and face the United States, who finished second in A.
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Already winning first place is clearly non-transferable. What about a loss? And he will play with the advantage that he will already know the result that El Salvador and Haiti will achieve, which collides at 5.30 in the afternoon, which should lift their spirits for a positive result.
You can even get to the already ranked match and you will only decide whether it is the first or the second, because that will happen if El Salvador and Haiti draw or the Caribbean minimally defeats El Salvador, or vice versa, because they will always have positive goals. Here it is valid as long as H is not crushed by the Canadians.
If Honduras ranked first in the group, they would face the United States in the head-to-head match to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. If it is in second place, it will be collided with the Mexican machines which are the favorites in the area to hold one of the two tickets.
For this match, Honduras will have as one of their weapons at the wheel of Italian Regina, Rigoberto Rivas, the playmaker to start, and could also give Miguel Valero a chance for some changed players such as Alejandro Reyes and Jose Mario Pinto.
One footballer who has to take care of Bicolor is Kervin Arriaga who arrives yellow in this match and another player knocks him out from a high-profile semi-final. Likewise, the defenders are Krithuber Melendez and Wesley Dikas.
Honduras could not count on Panama midfielder Joseph Rosales, who arrived injured in the tournament and was unable to get minutes. Little by little he was recovering and possibly a replacement in banking. Vida player Horacio Arguita, who was injured in the first game against Haiti, could return.