The Mexican national soccer team's fourteenth CONCACAF World Cup qualifying match is against El Salvador. ‘El Tri’ won away 0-1 against Honduras in the thirteenth round of the World Cup qualifiers. Mexico are currently in third place in the standings with 25 points, tied with the USMNT but with a lower goal difference.
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On the other hand, Hugo Perez's boys lost 1-2 against Costa Rica at Cuscatlán Stadium. ‘La Selecta’ is in sixth place, with 10 points. El Salvador are already eliminated and have no chance of qualifying for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Mexico vs El Salvador: Match Information
Date: Wednesday, March 30, 2022
Time: 7:05 PM (CT)
Location: Azteca Stadium, Mexico City.
Mexico vs El Salvador: Times by State in the US
ET: 8:05 PM
CT: 7:05 PM
MT: 6:05 PM
PT: 5:05 PM
How to watch live Mexico vs El Salvador
US: Univision, TUDN USA
México: TUDN, Canal 5 Televisa, Azteca 7
US: TUDN.com, TUDN App, Univision NOW, Paramount+
México: Blim TV, TUDN En Vivo
Mexico vs El Salvador head to head record
The Mexican national soccer team and El Salvador have met each other a total of 40 times. ‘El Tri’ has won 34 times while ‘La Selecta’ has won 4 times, with the remaining game ending in a draw.
The last five meetings between Mexico and El Salvador favor ‘El Tri’. The Aztecs have won five out of the five matches, while ‘La Selecta’ has not been able to win. The last meeting between the two clubs was a Mexico win in the current Octagonal, where Martino’s squad defeated El Salvador 0-2.
Mexico vs El Salvador: Predictions and odds
The odds are in favor of Mexico. ‘Tata’ Martino´s squad plays at home and sits in third place. Codere considers them strong favorites giving them -715 odds. Meanwhile, gives El Salvador +2600 odds to defeat ‘El Tri’. On the other hand, the draw is given in +625 odds.
The Mexican national team would secure its direct ticket to the World Cup with a draw or a win; however, if it loses against El Salvador, it would have to wait for the result between Costa Rica and the United States.
If the Ticos tie or lose, they would also give Mexico a direct ticket to the World Cup, but if they beat the United States by four goals and Martino's team loses by one goal, El Tri would go to the playoffs.
El Salvador News
The Salvadoran squad will once again miss the World Cup. The last time they attended one was in 1982. La Selecta has 40 years without going to a World Cup, although in its history it has already participated in a total of 2 World Cups since it also participated in the Mexico 70 World Cup.