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Ecuador will take on Alejandro Sabella's squad in a friendly match that will likely get a lot of attention in on the east coast in the USA. With both countries having already guaranteed their place in next year's World Cup, both managers will have a chance to test out some new options.
Argentina will first take on Ecuador, and they will then take on Bosnia-Herzegovina. That will give the Albiceleste a chance to see some of their options, but they will be without Lionel Messi for both.
With neither of their opponents being a pushover, Sabella is looking forward to both matches.
"Ecuador have a very dangerous team, they are physically exuberant with good movement down the wings," Sabella said. "But I do not know if the coach is going to field an experienced squad or not. There is a chance to put two different teams up for these games. The aim, besides winning, is to give minutes to some players who have played very little or not at all."
The Albiceleste will clearly be favorites on paper heading into this match, especially given it will be played in a neutral location. But over the last 10 years, La Tri have caused all sorts of issues for Argentina. They have only managed to defeat Ecuador on two occasions from their last eight meetings.
Their latest meeting came in June, when they played to a 1-1 draw.
Watch Ecuador vs Argentina live on Friday, November 15, 2013:
In Canada at 20:00 ET on: beIN Sport Play Canada
In the UK at 01:00 BST (Saturday) on: BT Sport 1
If you are outside of these viewing areas and want to follow this South American friendly live, be sure to check the Ecuador vs Argentina match page for full TV listings.