El Salvador vs Ecuador: Schedule, TV; how and where to see

The selection of El Salvador will seek to achieve a victory when it has to measure next Saturday, December 4, its counterpart from Ecuador in a preparatory meeting for the next official competitions that both teams will hold in 2022, especially the qualifying rounds for the 2022 World Cup.

Led by goalkeeper Tomás Romero, Hugo Pérez gave a list to see other players who are active in the United States or who are in the Salvadoran league. There was a lot of controversy because this week the Quarterfinals of the First Division are played.

Despite not being a FIFA date and therefore not being able to count on its best players, Gustavo Alfaro will have at his disposal players such as Michael Estrada, Leonel Quiñonez, Diego Palacios, Gustavo Valecilla and even a player who plays for FC Barcelona in Spain, Diego Almeida.

At what time is El Salvador vs Ecuador, International Friendly played?

El Salvador will seek to take the victory when it has to be measured from the PNC Stadium, in the city of Houston and the home of the MLS Dynamo team, to its counterpart in Ecuador this Saturday, December 4 at 9:00 p.m. ET (8:00 p.m. CT and 6:00 p.m. PT).

On which channel can I watch El Salvador vs Ecuador, Friendly Match?

The ‘Selecta’ wants to get a victory in Texas when they have to face a squad from Ecuador that has played well under the command of Gustavo Alfaro. If you don’t want to miss the meeting between the two Unfortunately the match will not be broadcast in the United States, but we will match you minute by minute.

How to watch El Salvador vs Ecuador, International Friendly live online?

Follow El Salvador vs Ecuador, an international friendly match that will be played this Saturday, December 4, on AS.com. We will have the preview and the minute by minute so you do not miss any details of the commitment in Houston, TX.


Salvador Ecuador Schedule

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