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TUDN live, Mexico – Ecuador online: minute by minute and probable lineups

Through the TUDN signal, Mexico vs. Ecuador will duel this Wednesday, October 27 from 8:00 pm (local time) in an international friendly. The game will also be broadcast by Azteca Deportes, Televisa and Univision, while you will be able to follow all the incidents, with video of goals and best plays, at this minute by minute.

The actions will take place at the Bank of America Stadium in the United States without the presence of the best stars of both selected as it is not a FIFA date. Despite the fact that this duel is outside the usual calendar, the coaches will make the most of it to expand their universe of summoned.

What time does Mexico vs. Ecuador

  • United States – 6.00 pm Los Angeles time
  • Perú – 8.00 p. m.
  • México – 8.00 p. m.
  • Ecuador – 8.00 p. m.
  • United States – 8.00 pm Texas time
  • Colombia – 8.00 p. m.
  • Paraguay – 9.00 p. m.
  • United States – 9.00 pm Miami time
  • Bolivia – 9.00 p. m.
  • Venezuela – 9.00 p. m.
  • Chile – 10.00 p. m.
  • Uruguay – 10.00 p. m.
  • Argentina – 10.00 p. m.
  • Brasil – 10.00 p. m.
  • Portugal – 2.00 am (next day)
  • England – 2.00 am (next day)
  • Spain – 3.00 am (next day)
  • Italy – 3.00 am (next day)
  • France – 3.00 am (next day)
  • Germany – 3.00 am (next day)
  • Netherlands – 3.00 am (next day)

Channels to watch the game Mexico vs. Ecuador

  • Mexico: TUDN En Vivo, Blim TV, TUDN, Azteca Deportes En Vivo, Channel 5 Televisa, Azteca 7
  • USA:, Univision NOW, TUDN App, TUDN USA

Currently, the Mexican team is experiencing a good footballing moment in the Qatar 2022 Concacaf Qualifiers, where it is in first place with 14 points and without knowing defeat. Coach Gerardo Martino has important players for his 11 point guard, although he also appealed to the rotation.

Precisely, seeking to exploit this last aspect, the DT made a call for 18 players from the local tournament. Among those with the most experience are Roberto Alvarado (Cruz Azul) and Eduardo Aguirre (Santos Laguna), who are also emerging as headlines on this occasion.

In the same way, young figures appear like Santiago Giménez, a 20-year-old forward who shines with the ‘Cement Machine’ and will make the big leap after participating in the youth team. In addition, another outstanding case is that of Haret Ortega, Toluca defender that is consolidating in the MX League.

The panorama is similar for the Ecuadorian team, given that they did not have the opportunity to call in many elements from abroad. The roster enlisted by Gustavo Alfaro’s technical command is made up of 20 footballers, of which 17 belong to the local tournament and the remaining three are from abroad.

Alexander Alvarado (Orlando City), Michael Estrada (Toluca) and Romario Ibarra (Pachuca) were summoned on this occasion. With the exception of the first athlete mentioned, the rest already have experience in the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers in South America. The DT seeks to strengthen them and obtain more variants so that the ‘Tri’ can consolidate in the classification.

Mexico vs. Ecuador: match history

In the most recent 10 games Mexico vs. Ecuador, the balance is clearly tilted in favor of ‘Tri’: they managed to win six times. For its part, the South American team only managed to win twice and the other remaining duels ended in draws.

06-09-2019: Mexico 3-2 Ecuador – Friendly

06-19-2015: Mexico 1-2 Ecuador – America’s Cup

03-28-2015: Mexico 1-0 Ecuador – Friendly

05/31/2014: Mexico 3-1 Ecuador – Friendly

10-19-2011: Mexico 2-1 Ecuador – Pan American World Cup

06-25-2011: Ecuador 0-1 Mexico – Friendly

05-28-2011: Mexico 1-1 Ecuador – Friendly

04-09-2010: Mexico 1-2 Ecuador – Friendly

07-05-2010: Mexico 0-0 Ecuador – Friendly

11-12-2008: Mexico 2-1 Ecuador – Friendly

Mexico vs. Ecuador: possible alignments

Mexico: Rodolfo Cota; Alberto Angulo, Haret Ortega, Víctor Guzmán, Osvaldo Rodríguez, Alan Cervantes, Ricardo Angulo, Alejandro Zendejas, Roberto Alvarado, Eduardo Aguirre, Uriel Antuna. DT: Gerardo Martino.

Ecuador: Gabriel Cevallos; José Hurtado, Marlon Mejía, Joshué Quiñónez, Christian Cruz, Jhonny Quiñónez, Michael Carcelén, Danny Cabezas, Janner Corozo, Michael Estrada, Romario Ibarra. DT: Gustavo Alfaro.



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