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Canada enters Wednesday's matchup against El Salvador as the lone unbeaten team in Concacaf 2022 World Cup qualifying. The Canadians are full of confidence after securing a 2-0 win over the USMNT last Sunday. The Canadians have won five straight qualifiers and currently sit atop the Concacaf standings with 22 points. El Salvador is coming off a 2-0 victory over Honduras in its last outing. You can stream all the action on Paramount+.

Kickoff is set for 9:05 p.m. ET. Caesars Sportsbook lists Canada as the -104 favorite (risk $104 to win $100) in the latest Canada vs. El Salvador odds, while El Salvador is the +280 underdog. A draw is priced at +205, and the over-under for total goals scored is 2.5. Wednesday's showdown will be streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan.

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How to watch El Salvador vs. Canada

  • Canada vs. El Salvador date: Wednesday, Feb. 3
  • Canada vs. El Salvador time: 9:05 p.m. ET
  • Canada vs. El Salvador live stream: Paramount+

Concacaf World Cup qualifying picks for Canada vs. El Salvador

Before you tune in to El Salvador vs. Canada, you need to see the Concacaf World Cup qualifier picks from soccer insider Martin Green. After working in the sports betting industry for several years, Green became a professional sports writer and handicapper and has covered the game worldwide. Since then, his European soccer picks have been spot-on. Green has generated over $37,000 for $100 bettors since the 2017-18 season, and he has his finger on the pulse of the game all over the globe.

For Canada vs. El Salvador, Green is betting Canada secures the victory on the road. Canada has been dominant throughout qualifying, winning each of its last five fixtures. Canada has been able to secure those positive results thanks in large part to its suffocating defense.

The Canadians have posted a shutout in three of their last four games and have given up just five goals in 10 matches. Offensively, Canada has scored two or more goals in four of its last five fixtures. El Salvador, meanwhile, is giving up more than a goal per game in qualifying.

"These teams met in Toronto back in September, and Canada eased to a 3-0 win," Green told SportsLine. "El Salvador had 59 percent of possession in that game, but it could not muster a single shot on target, whereas Canada was a constant menace on the counterattack."

How to watch, live stream World Cup qualifiers on Paramount+

Now that you know what to pick, get ready to watch the Concacaf World Cup qualifiers. Visit Paramount+ now to see the World Cup qualifiers, your live local CBS sporting events, some of the world's top soccer matchups and much more