Costa Rica vs. Canada LIVE Star +: They will face each other this Thursday, March 24 from 8:05 pm (Costa Rican time), 9:05 pm (Peruvian time) and 10:05 pm (Canadian time) for day 12 of the Qatar 2022 Qualifying in Concacaf. The match will also be broadcast by Teletica, Universo and OneSoccer, while you will be able to follow the incidents, with videos of the goals, in this minute by minute.
The actions will take place at the Costa Rican National Stadium in San José and the Honduran referee Saíd Martínez will be in charge of dispensing justice. Currently, Canada leads the standings, adding 25 points; while Costa Rica is in the fifth box, with 16 units.
On which channel to watch the game Costa Rica vs. Canada?
Canada: Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet 360, OneSoccer, Sportsnet East
Costa Rica: Teletica Channel 7, Teletica Live
Mexico: Star+, ESPN Mexico
United States: UNIVERSO, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, UNIVERSO NOW, Paramount+
At what time to watch Costa Rica vs. Canada?
United States – 6.05 pm Los Angeles time
Mexico – 8.05 p.m.
United States – 8.05 pm Texas time
Costa Rica – 8.05 p.m.
Peru – 9.05 pm
Ecuador – 9.05 pm
Colombia – 9.05 p.m.
United States – 9.05 pm Miami time
Canada – 10.05 p.m.
Bolivia – 10.05 p.m.
Venezuela – 10.05 p.m.
Uruguay – 11.05 p.m.
Paraguay – 11.05 p.m.
Argentina – 11.05 p.m.
Brazil – 11.05 pm
Chile – 11.05 pm
England – 2.05am (Friday 25th February)
Spain – 3.05 am (Friday, February 25)
Italy – 3.05 am (Friday, February 25)
The start of the ‘Ticos’ in the qualifying process has been very irregular, which is why the team has minimal options to directly access the World Cup. However, the possibility is still latent, since the playoff is very close: Panama is in fourth place with 17 points.
Those led by Luis Fernando Suárez have a positive streak of results: three wins and a draw. The most recent celebration was 1-0 away to Jamaica, with a goal from Joel Campbell. The striker will be the main weapon of the Costa Rican team, while Bryan Ruiz appears as his partner in the creative zone.
The Costa Rican team has the obligation to win, taking into account that Panama is a favorite against Honduras, the bottom team in the standings, and could extend its advantage, with two dates to go.
For its part, the Canadian team remains undefeated so far, with seven wins and four draws. The day before, the ‘Reds’ beat El Salvador 2-0, thanks to goals from Atiba Hutchinson and Jonathan David. The latter is the team’s top scorer, with five celebrations (matched by his teammate Cyle Larin).
Precisely, the Canadian team is characterized by its offensive power, being the best in Concacaf in the Qualifiers: 19 goals in total. The fortress is also in defense, since they were only violated five times. Due to these good records, John Herdman’s team only needs one win to qualify for the World Cup.
Costa Rica vs. Canada: match history
Since October 2004, the Costa Rica vs. Canada met 10 times, between Qualifiers, friendlies and the Gold Cup. The statistics in that period of time have been very even, since each selected team obtained three wins.
11-12-2021: Canada 1-0 Costa Rica – Qualifiers
07-25-2021: Costa Rica 0-2 Canada – Gold Cup
07-11-2017: Costa Rica 1-1 Canada – Gold Cup
07-14-2015: Canada 0-0 Costa Rica – Gold Cup
05-28-2013: Canada 0-1 Costa Rica – Friendly
07-10-2009: Costa Rica 2-2 Canada – Gold Cup
09-12-2007: Canada 1-1 Costa Rica – Friendly
06-06-2007: Costa Rica 1-2 Canada – Gold Cup
07-07-2005: Canada 0-1 Costa Rica – Gold Cup
10-13-2004: Canada 1-3 Costa Rica – Qualifiers
Summoned from Costa Rica
archers: Keylor Navas, Leonel Moreira and Esteban Alvarado
defenders: Juan Pablo Vargas, Francisco Calvo, Kendall Waston, Daniel Chacón, Keysher Fuller, Carlos Martínez, Ronald Matarrita, Ian Lawrence and Bryan Oviedo.
Midfielders: Yeltsin Tejeda, Celso Borges, Youstin Salas, Orlando Galo, Douglas López, Alonso Martínez, Gerson Torres, Carlos Mora, Jewison Bennette, Brandon Aguilera and Bryan Ruiz.
strikers: Anthony Contreras, Joel Campbell, José Guillermo Ortiz and Johan Venegas.
Summoned from Canada
Archers: Milan Borjan, Maxime Crepeau and Dayne St.Clair.
Defenders: Samuel Adekugbe, Derek Cornelius, Cristian Gutierrez, Doneil Henry, Alistair Johnston, Scott Kennedy, Richie Laryea, Kamal Miller, and Steven Vitória.
Midfielders: Stephen Eustaquio, Liam Fraser, Atiba Hutchinson, Mark-Anthony Kaye, Ismael Kone, and Jonathan Osorio.
Forwards: Tajon Buchanan, Lucas Cavallini, Jonathan David, David Hoilett, Clye Larin, Liam Millar, and Ike Ugbo.