• Friday Dec 15, 2017

    CONCACAF Weekend Watch (Dec. 15-17, 2017)

    Alianza (pictured) will face Santa Tecla in the Salvadoran league’s final on December 17, 2017. (Photo: Salvador Melendez)

    CONCACAF.com provides an offering of storylines for you to follow during domestic league action this weekend:

    The sixth and final round of 2017 Invierno Quadrangular will be contested this weekend. With regular-season champion Herediano guaranteed a third-place finish, it will now have to face either Perez Zeledon or Saprissa in the final.

    Saprissa (3W-1D-1L, 10 points) v Santos de Guapiles (0-2-3, 2)
    Herediano (2-0-3, 6) v Perez Zeledon (3-1-1, 10)

    Alianza (15-11-0) in regular season and playoffs) will try to complete a perfect 2017 Apertura season on Sunday, when it meets Santa Tecla in the final at the Estadio Cuscatlan. The Albos have conceded one goal or fewer in seven straight games, while Santa Tecla has done the same in its last six outings. Both of the rivals’ regular-season meetings ended in 1-1 draws.

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