Mexico vs El Salvador: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview –

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Mexico can officially book the direct route to the Qatar 2022 World Cup when they welcome El Salvador in a CONCACAF third-round qualification encounter at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City on Wednesday.
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El Tri are within touching distance of a spot at the end-of-year tournament, and just a point against their visitors will put it to bed as Costa Rica aim to slip by them at the final hurdle.
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It has been a tough international break for El Tri, but they are almost to Qatar now, with destiny still in their own hands.
A strong historic record against El Salvador means they will be favourites heading into this clash.
Predicted Mexico starting XI: Ochoa; Arteaga, Vasquez, Montes, Sanchez; Herrera, Lainez, Romo; Lozano, Jimenez, Corona.
The wait for another run to the game’s showpiece tournament continues for El Salvador, but they will not wish to go quietly into the night of their final qualification game.
If they can spring a major shock over their hosts, they would absolutely love to be potential heartbreakers.
Predicted El Salvador starting XI: Gonzalez; Larin, Dominguez, Claros, Tamacas; Orellana, Ceren; Hernandez, Calvillo, Reyes; Rivas
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