Five months after their last meeting, the two sides face off in their mid-year schedule
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The CONCACAF Nations League continues Monday, with Honduras And Canada they will meet in a Group C game. Each team in this group has three points, but Canada has the best goal differential and earned points by playing only one game.
These teams last met in January in a World Cup qualifier, with Canada winning 2-0. The previous three had been a draw, with Honduras last winning over Canada in 2016.
In view of the game, OBJECTIVE has details on how to watch on TV and stream online, plus team news and more.
TV channel, live streaming and how to watch it
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Team news and listings
Honduras opened the Nations League game with a 1-0 win over Curacao, but the win was bittersweet, as Rubilio Castillo was sent off for red card in injury time. With Castillo out, Caracao won the rematch last Monday with a score of 2-1.
That initial win over Curacao was the team’s first win since last July, when they beat Panama in the Gold Cup group stage.
After this match, Honduras will not play another Nations League match until they face Canada again next March.
Honduras expected from the 11th: Nunez, Maldonado, Melendez, Decas, Rodriquez, Arriaga, Flores, Pinto, Bengtson, Quioto; Fonseca
Canada have only played one game so far in this Nations League window, beating Curacao 4-0. Alphonso Davies scored a couple of goals in the win, while Steven Vitória and Lucas Cavallini also added goals.
That game plus Monday’s are the only Canada games in this window. The team’s last two group stage games will be played in March.
Canada had a challenging 2022, already playing seven games. The team had five wins and two losses in that half, with both losing 1-0.
Canada expected from the 11th: Johnston, Vitória, Miller, Adekugbe, Buchanan, Hutchinson, Eustaquio, Davies, Larin, David; Borjan