Mexico is ready to face El Salvador in the last match of the CONCACAF qualifiers. El Tri comes from a five-match undefeated streak, but that doesn't mean they had had great performances.
José Manuel de la Torre needs to make adjustments if he wants to win the last game of the semifinals—it won't be easy though.
Last Friday, El Tri faced Guyana and even when the score favored them 5-0, the team's performance was far from good.
Meanwhile, El Salvador lost on home soil to Costa Rica, which means they must beat Mexico in order to advance to the final stage and that "Los Ticos" lose or draw to Guyana—in the last scenario La Selecta needs to score at least three goals.
There is a lot at stake so this will be tough game for the local team. Let's find out what "El Chepo" needs to do to keep the perfect record in this phase.