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El Salvador not to give ground to a Jamaica that fights in the tie

El Salvador not to give ground to a Jamaica that fights in the tie

With no other option but to win to survive, El Salvador and Jamaica face today with the intentions of advancing in the octagonal Concacaf qualifier for the Qatar-2022 World Cup.

The duel between both soccer teams, which will be whistled by the referee José Raúl Torres of Puerto Rico, will take place at the Cuscatlán stadium in San Salvador, and is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. local time (02:00 GMT on Saturday).

Both El Salvador and Jamaica come to the game in need of points, because after six dates of the octagonal they have only added five units each, which for today keeps them almost in the basement of the classification, where for today Mexico is the leader with 14 units .

– El Salvador: all or nothing –

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For El Salvador, the pressure to win against Jamaica is greater, as they will play at home against the “Reggae Boyz”, who in previous qualifying rounds has complicated their existence.

“It will be a tough game, strong and the boys are aware of that, the only thing that helps us is to win, we can no longer be giving ground if we want to be involved in the fight for a place at the World Cup,” the technical assistant told the press of the Salvadoran national team, Juan Carlos Serrano.

The Salvadoran select comes to the game against Jamaica with a painful lunge, having lost at home 0-2 to Mexico on October 13.

That defeat forced the El Salvador coach, Hugo Pérez to strengthen the team by summoning new members, but keeping the majority of players who have already had the experience of the tie, such as striker Joaquín Rivas or midfielder Enrico Dueñas.

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“The important thing is that the players in each game apply themselves and give their all on the pitch,” said Serrano.

– Jamaica to build victory –

Jamaica coach Theodore Whitmore assured that against El Salvador he will make sure his team has a plan that he hopes to specify to the millimeter to achieve victory.

“The important thing is the execution, what we will do on the field of play, we want to score points, a victory, but the important thing is that execution, all the players already know what to do,” Whitmore assured the press.

Jamaica before the game with the Salvadorans comes from beating Honduras 2-0 on October 13.

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For both El Salvador and Jamaica, from now on the only thing that helps them is to win, that is if they want to get into at least the playoff zone to look for a place at the Qatar-2022 World Cup.

Possible lineups:

The Savior: Mario González – Bryan Tamacas, Eriq Zavaleta, Ronald Rodríguez, Alexander Larín – Darwin Cerén, Christian Martínez, Marvin Monterroza, Álex Roldán – Jairo Henríquez, Joaquín Rivas. DT: Hugo Pérez.

Hour: 7:00 pm

Jamaica: Andre Blake – Oniel Fisher, Adrian Mariappa, Damion Lowe, Kemar Lawrence – Anthony Grant, Je-Vaughn Watson, Devon William, Junior Flemmings – Kemar Roofe, Shamar Nicholson. DT: Theodore Whitmore. AFP

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