Only one country in the world that declared a cryptocurrency as an official currency, El Salvador are all set to take on Trinidad and Tobago in the CONCACAF Gold Cup. Both teams are set to lock their horns at Toyota Stadium in a bid to advance to the next round of the tournament. Trinidad and Tobago drew with Mexico in their previous game whereas El Salvador were able to defeat Guatemala in the previous fixture. Ahead of the crucial game, here is our Trinidad and Tobago vs El Salvador preview.
Both teams have met 12 times across all competitions and have shared the records equally between each other. They have won three games apiece and six draws between them. A great game is on the cards for football fans on Wednesday with both teams trying to dominate each other.
Trinidad and Tobago vs El Salvador: Team News
Trinidad and Tobago: Khaleem Hyland and Judah Garcia are ruled out of the competition as the players have suffered an injury. Noah Powder and Mikheil Williams have replaced the players in the national team setup. Barring these, the team has no injury concern ahead of their game against El Salvador.
El Salvador: Julio Sibrián replaced the injured Rómulo Villalobos after the former was deemed unfit for CONCACAF Gold Cup. The manager has a fully fit squad at his disposal with his midfielders looking in a great touch after the game against Guatemala.
Trinidad and Tobago vs El Salvador: Match Details
- Match Name: Trinidad and Tobago vs El Salvador
- Date: 15th July 2021
- Venue: Toyota Stadium
- Timings: 05:00 AM IST
Trinidad and Tobago vs El Salvador: Predicted Line-ups
Trinidad and Tobago: Marvin Phillip, Alvin Jones, Aubrey David, Jelani Peters, Ross Russell Jr., Radanfah Abu Bakr, Dre Fortune, Kevin Molino, Duane Muckette, Neveal Hackshaw, Reon Moore
El Salvador: Mario Antonio Martínez, Eriq Zavaleta, José Campos, Roberto Dominguez, Alexander Larín, Isaac Portillo, Darwin Ceren, Narciso Orellana, Marvin Monterrosa, Walmer Martinez, Tony Rugamas
Trinidad and Tobago vs El Salvador: Match Prediction
El Salvador are in a fine form in 2021. They have registered only one loss in 2021 and had put a serious shift in the game against Guatemala. On the other hand, Trinidad and Tobago are going through a patchy form in 2021. Their resilience against Mexico showed the fighting spirit in the team. A dingy affair is on the cards on Wednesday in CONCACAF Gold Cup. We expect a stalemate at Toyota Stadium.
Final score: Trinidad and Tobago 0-0 El Salvador