Canadian senior men face Estonia on Wednesday

For more information on this match, please visit the following fixture link.



Canada’s men’s national team is currently in Tallinn, Estonia preparing for its international friendly on Wednesday 26 March. The match will be played at A.Le Coq Arena (Lilleküla Stadium) starting at 18.00 (local kickoff).



The Canada-Estonia match will be televised on Setanta Sports Canada and webcast on CBCSports.ca. The match will be broadcast live (12.00 ET / 9.00 PT).

For more information on this match, please visit the following fixture link.



Canada’s men’s national team is currently in Tallinn, Estonia preparing for its international friendly on Wednesday 26 March. The match will be played at A.Le Coq Arena (Lilleküla Stadium) starting at 18.00 (local kickoff).



The Canada-Estonia match will be televised on Setanta Sports Canada and webcast on CBCSports.ca. The match will be broadcast live (12.00 ET / 9.00 PT).



The forecast for tomorrow is cold temperature and a potential light snow fall. This will be Canada’s senior team’s second international match of the year. Canada last faced Estonia in Tallinn on 29 March 2003.



Of the 19 players selected for this friendly match, only Iain Hume did not make the trip because of an injury with his club team.



Coach Dale Mitchell is currently preparing for the upcoming run to the FIFA World Cup South Africa 2010. While CONCACAF’s first phase of 2010 World Cup Qualification began in February, Canada will wait until the second phase to play their first two games against Saint Vincent & the Grenadines.

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