In their relentless preparation for World Cup 2010, Mexico will be playing yet another friendly. This time it’s against 2002 and 2006 World Cup qualifiers Ecuador at the New Meadowlands Stadium in New Jersey. Given the large number of Mexico and Ecuador soccer fans in the area, the game is already sold out.
The match starts at 9:00 PM Eastern Time / 6:00 PM Pacific Time on tonight and will be shown in the United States on Spanish language network Telemundo. However, if you don’t have access to a television or are trapped at work and want to check out proceedings, we’ve got the solution for you – stream the game for FREE and LEGALLY courtesy of Telemundo and terra.com.
Based on our research, the Mexico vs. Ecuador game will be streamed live and at no cost at terra.com (click the link to go directly to the stream site) within the United States.
Coverage starts at 9:00 PM Eastern Time / 6:00 PM Pacific Time. More details (in Spanish only) about the stream can be found at this terra.com link.
Here are the probable starting lineups for tonight’s Mexico-Ecuador friendly:
Mexico: Guillermo Ochoa, Paul Aguilar, Juan Carlos Valenzuela, Jonny Magallón, Gerardo Torrado, Andrés Guardado, Efraín Juárez, Adrián Alderete, Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Pablo Barrera y Javier Hernández
Ecuador: Marcelo Elizaga, Miguel Ibarra, Marcelo Fleitas, Iván Hurtado, Giovanny Nazareno, Ulises de la Cruz, Fernando Hidalgo, Oswaldo Minda, Michael Jackson Quiñónez, Michael Arroyo, Jaime Iván Kaviedes