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At Romel Fernandez Stadium, Panama vs Costa Rica Clash live, live and online to get back to the quarter finals Concacaf Nations League. Check out the best sports TV channels and schedules here. The meeting will start at 9:00pm (local time) and 8:00pm (Mexico time) and will be broadcast by Medcom, TVN, RBC Deportes and Flow Sports for the Panamanian region, while in Costa Rica you will have Rebretel and Teletica. Likewise, we recommend not looking for it on the pirate signal Fútbol Libre TV. See all the goals, yellow and red cards, statistics and incidents minute by minute on Deborah.

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Preview of Panama vs. Costa Rica

Costa Rica and Panama will play a thrilling clash in the quarterfinals of the 2023-2024 CONCACAF Nations League. The clash will not only decide one of the four teams that will progress to the semi-finals of the tournament, but will also give the winner direct qualification to the next Copa America. That’s right, the winner will ensure participation in the prestigious South American tournament, which features six teams from the Caribbean, Central and North American regions. Also, Leo Messi-led Uruguay is likely to face powerhouses like Brazil or reigning world champions Argentina.

In the first leg at the Sapriza stadium in the Costa Rican capital, the home team faced a siege by Panama. The Canaleros took control from start to finish, and goals from Michael Murillo, José Fajardo and Cecilio Waterman saw them win 0–3. The win gives them a substantial advantage going into the second leg.

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What time is the Panama vs. Costa Rica?

The second leg match between Panama and Costa Rica is scheduled to start at 9:00 PM on Panama soil., the time may vary depending on the country you are in. For example, in Mexico, fighting starts at 8:00 p.m.; In Argentina, Chile and Uruguay it starts at 11:00 PM.

In the first leg, Panama beat Costa Rica 3-0 in the CONCACAF Nations League. (Photo: Agencies). (Photo: Agencies).

Costa Rica qualified directly for this stage as one of the top four teams according to the CONCACAF rankings, along with the United States, Mexico and Canada. Meanwhile, Panama progressed through the group stage of the current tournament, earning a place in the quarterfinals.

In the group stage, the Canaleros showed their strength by leading Group A unbeaten with 10 points. They won three games convincingly (3–0 against Martinique, 2–1 against Curacao and 3–0 against Guatemala) and drew the fourth game (1–1 with Guatemala). This outstanding performance placed them top of the four qualified teams (the others being Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica and Honduras) and now face Costa Rica, ranked fourth in the quarter-finals.

Where and how to watch Panama vs. Costa Rica?

If you’re keen for the opening whistle and you’re one of those people who don’t want to miss a single second of the match, we’ve got you covered You can follow Panama vs. Costa Rica through signals from Medcom, TVN, RPC Deportes, Repretel and Teletica. If you’re in the US, we recommend tuning in on Paramount+.

There are different alternatives to watch live football through streaming services and open TV channels, so pay attention. Depor provides the most complete minute-by-minute coverage with all goals, yellow cards, red cards and other events. Also get hooked on the exchange and narrative of Panama and Costa Rica’s Twitter profiles.

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Panama vs. Costa Rica: Possible Alignments

  • Panama: oh Maskuera; F. Escobar, J. Cordoba, A. Andrade; M. Murillo, A. Godoi, A. Carrasquilla, E. Barcenas; J. Fajardo, I. Diyas and J. Rodriguez.
  • Costa Rica: K. Chamorro; B. Arboin, G. Gonzalez, J. Vargas, J. Valverde; J. Campbell, B. Aguilera, Y. Wowan, J. Marine; M. Ugalde, A. Contreras.

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