Another World Cup contender is out for Selecta

El Salvador will play again in January, in the US, against another South American team before returning to action at the Octagonal.

The United States has become the ideal place to prepare for the Selecta, on its way to Qatar 2022 with the possibility of another friendly match, in January, days before returning to activity at the eight level.

While at Fesfut, they only confirmed that they were in talks for another preparatory match, from Peru reporting that the Inca and the Salvadoran national team would be rivals in this void.

And the Peruvian media reported, in the past hours, that Celica is one of the candidates who will face Peru in mid-January.

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“Possible competitors for the Peruvian national team, Guatemala and El Salvador for friendly matches in January,” according to journalist Cesar Vivar, of ATV and Radio Ovación of Peru.

The Peruvian national team was crowned in 2021 in the replay zone, however, until the return of the South American qualifiers at the end of January, the “two-colored” is preparing to face a series of friendly matches until the players arrive with photography, bearing in mind that many of them are on vacation after completing their leagues. They have already confirmed the Panama standoff.

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This will be the sixth time that the Selecta have faced Peru, in a friendly match. The last time they met was in March 2019, where Selecta won 2-0.

At this time, Selecta is preparing to return to activity in the octagonal form, as it will visit the United States on January 27, and after three days it will do so in Honduras and then receive Canada in Cuscatlán, on February 2.

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