• Friday Oct 20, 2017

    SCL Finalists: Domestic League Preview (Oct. 20, 2017)

    Olimpia’s Carlo Costly (white jersey) goes up for a header against visiting Santos de Guapiles in the Scotiabank CONCACAF League final, first leg on October 19, 2017, in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

    MIAMI – After posting a 1-0 win over host Olimpia on Thursday in the first leg of their 2017 Scotiabank CONCACAF League final, Santos de Guapiles has the weekend off from domestic play.  The Leones, however, have a tricky meeting with Real España.

    CONCACAF.com looks at the weekend action:

    OLIMPIA (Honduras)

    Next 2017 Honduran Apertura match: Sunday, October 22, home v Real España

    Next 2017 SCL match (Final, Second Leg): Thursday, October 26, away v Santos de Guapiles

    Third-place Olimpia (5W-3D-3L, 18) saw its four-match unbeaten streak in the 2017 Honduran Apertura – which included three wins – come to an end last Friday with a 1-0 loss to host Vida.  The Leones will look to right the ship on Sunday, when fourth-place Real España (5-2-3, 17) visits to the Estadio Tiburcio Carias Andino.  If you’re looking for a relevant statistics, Olimpia has conceded a league-best one goal at home, while España has yet to win on the road (0-2-2).


    Next 2017 Costa Rican Invierno match: Saturday, October 28, away v Grecia

    Next 2017 SCL match (Final, Second Leg): Thursday, October 26, home v Olimpia

    Santos de Guapiles (6-4-4, 22) has no game this weekend in the 2017 Costa Rican Invierno as it prepares for the second leg of the 2017 SCL final against visiting Olimpia on October 25 at the Estadio Nacional in San Jose.  The fourth-place side has won its last two domestic games after losing two straight.

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