*** “H” will be measured on Wednesday, March 22nd, against the Cuscatlecos at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, a match that will serve as the build-up to the most important match of March 28th against Canada for the Gold Cup ticket.
On Monday, the Honduras national team traveled from Palmerola International Airport in Comayagua to Los Angeles, USA, for this month’s FIFA appointment, where they will take on El Salvador in a friendly match and against Canada in the CONCACAF Nations League.
Those managed by Diego Vazquez left happy with the illusion of achieving the goal of securing a ticket to the Gold Cup and winning the friendly match.
The “H” will be measured on Wednesday, March 22, against the cuscatlecos at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, a match that will serve as preparation for the most important FIFA date in March.
On Tuesday the 28th of the same month, Bicolor will visit BMO Stadium in Toronto to close its participation in the CONCACAF Nations League and thus finalize its ticket to the Gold Cup, which will take place between June and July of 2023.
The head of the Honduras delegation, Luis Privet, revealed the details of the trip that the national team will make to Unidos Stadium to play the duel against El Salvador.
After leaving Palmerola, they arrived in Miami, Florida, for a layover and then departed for Los Angeles, where they would arrive at 8:30 PM local time.
In the case of Anthony “Chocco” Lozano, he’s already in Los Angeles, and then the other seven soldiers Diego Vazquez summoned will arrive, depending on their tracks.
Louis Privey reports that the Bicolor team will have a routine practice session on Tuesday between 4:00 and 6:00 in the afternoon, depending on the weather in the city.
Then for the duel against Canada, the Honduras delegation travels the day after to face El Salvador (March 23) on a direct flight from Los Angeles to Toronto.
From that day forward, the “H” dugout will be held in the Canadian city until the day of the match, on March 28th. That match was scheduled for 6:00 pm Catracha time. GO / Hondudiary