El Salvador vs. Canada: CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015 – How to Watch, TV Info, Live Stream and More



Feel like watching Cyle Larin and Darwin Ceren tonight? No, there’s no Orlando City match tonight. Both Lions are facing each other in tonight’s Group B match in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. It’s your Canada-El Salvador open thread!

Larin, who has goals in his last three international appearances, and his Canadian teammates are looking to make a strong showing at this year's Gold Cup. El Salvador is a perennial underdog and will also be looking to get points early in group play with the help of OCSC midfielder Ceren.

This is a crucial game for both teams, which will be battling a strong Costa Rica side and Jamaica to get out of the group stage. Both teams will need to go for the three points tonight, as a draw will only hurt both teams' chances of getting through, while a loss could signal the beginning of the end of the tournament. Jamaica, Canada and El Salvador will likely be battling it out among themselves behind the Costa Ricans.

The last time Canada and El Salvador were in same group was 2009, with the Canadians winning Group A and the Salvadorans finishing last. Canada won the head-to-head match, 1-0, at Columbus Crew Stadium on a goal by Ali Gerba in the 32nd minute.

Here's the info you need to catch the game:

How to Watch:

Match time: 10:30 p.m. (ET)

Venue: StubHub Center – Carson, CA

TV: FOX Sports 2, UniMas, Univision Deportes

Live Stream: FOX Soccer 2GO

Twitter: For rapid reaction and live updates, follow along with @CanadaSoccerEN

Match Thread Rules:

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