The Honduran team polishes its piece to face Canada and Diego Vazquez clearly shows in his start 11

San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

The Honduran national team polished the finer details this Saturday in the penultimate training session, and Diego Vazquez was already clear about the eleven starting lineup he would use against Canada next Monday.

The third League of Nations date will give a virtual ticket to the Gold Cup at the Olympic Stadium, where Bicolor have not won since November 17, 2019: eight defeats and a draw since then.

What could be the Argentine coach’s last game with Bicolor having a promising lineup, as “La Barbie” plans to put his best guns against the best team in Concacaf.

Although he was already active in training, lifeguard Luis “Boba” Lopez has not fully recovered physically and Harold Fonseca will take over his position in the “H” goal once again.

Mediators Denel Maldonado and Carlos Melendez, as well as hidden Mallor Nunez, will remain due to the little affinity that another right-back, Carlos Argueta, shows with the national team’s technicians. On the left side, Omar Alvear will replace Wesley Decas.

In the center of the field, the Kervin Arriaga and Deiby Flores engines are stationary, the same thing happens with the number ’10’ Edwin Rodríguez. Luis Palma, who came from Greece to qualify for the Conference League and had no activity in Curaçao, aims to be the starter to replace Jose Mario Pinto.

Brian Moya is preparing to start the match against Canada.

Initially there is a mandatory change, because Jerry Bingston is no longer in the national team and the person who replaced him, Brian Moya, would have in mind to see the minutes as a star. Captain Romell Quioto will be number 9 in the H against Canada.

On Sunday, Honduras will hold its last pre-match training in the afternoon. in the night hours, Alphonso Davis The North Americans will arrive at Catracho Stadium and will move to the Olympic Stadium to conduct field reconnaissance.

Kevin Lopez drives the ball during Honduras training at the Olympic Stadium.

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