Liga de Quito claimed a narrow win in the first leg, but the Copa Libertadores winners seem to have what it takes to turn things around. Follow this fixture with our official listings.

Where can I watch Fluminense vs LDU Quito live on TV?

If you live in the United States, the game will be available to watch in English thanks to beIN Sports. For those who prefer Spanish, beIN Sports en Español will provide coverage in that language. Those living in Brazil can tune in via ESPN, and those watching from Ecuador can follow the game on ESPN2. Live elsewhere? Then please check our Fluminense vs LDU Quito match page for more details.

Where can I stream Fluminense vs LDU Quito live?

There will be a variety of options to follow this game on-the-go across the world. 

In the U.S.: beIN Sports Connect.

In Canada: Fanatiz Canada, fuboTV Canada, beIN Sports Connect Canada.

In Brazil: Star+, DirecTV GO.

In Ecuador: Star+.

If you live in another country, visit our dedicated match page for further streaming options.

Fluminense vs LDU Quito -  Team news

Fluminense get to this game with only two wins in their last six games, including the loss against Liga de Quito in the first leg of this competition. The team led by Fernando Diniz has struggled to get results both in the Campeonato Carioca, and their poor form recently was key to see them lose in their heated rivalry against Flamengo last weekend. In order to improve, the team will need as much help as possible from Germán Cano, the top scorer in last year's Copa Libertadores, and from Douglas Costa, who made it back to the Brazilian side after spending a couple of seasons with Los Angeles Galaxy.

As for their opponents, Liga de Quito are yet to make their debut in Ecuador's top-flight, but they are also unbeaten in three games this year. The Last week's win fueled by Alex Arce's late goal has put Josep Alcácer's side on the driver's seat for this tie, although they need to show they can defend their net away from home as well as they did at Rodrigo Paz Delgado Stadium. Players such as Alex Arce, Ezequiel Piovi, and goalie Alexander Domínguez will be key for their options to win the title.

Unfortunately, there will be some key absences that will be sidelined for this match. Here is the list of unavailable footballers for this match.

Fluminense: Calegari.

LDU Quito: No reported injuries.

Fluminense vs LDU Quito: Head-to-head

  • This will be the tenth game between these teams across all comps.

  • LDU Quito have an edge over Fluminense in direct matches. The team from Ecuador has beaten "Flu" in five of those games.

  • In fact, LDU Quito have won two in a row against Fluminense.

  • Fluminense's last win against Liga de Quito came in 2017. That match ended one-nil for the Brazilians.

  • Fluminense have beaten LDU Quito in three of the Ecuadorians four visits to the Maracaná. All of them have come with Fluminense keeping clean sheets.

  • Fluminense's coach Fernando Diniz will face Liga de Quito for the fourth time in his career. So far, the Brazilian boss has only beaten them once.

  • Liga de Quito will be looking for their third Recopa Sudamericana title. They won the competition in 2009 and 2010.

  • Fluminense aim to become the tenth team from Brazil to win the Recopa Sudamericana. Sao Paulo, Internacional, and Gremio have won it twice, while Cruzeiro, Flamengo, Palmeiras, Santos, Corinthians, and Atlético Mineiro have won it once.

Fluminense vs LDU Quito - Broadcast and streaming details


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Fluminense 2 - 0 LDU Quito

February 29, 2024 7:30pmEstadio Jornalista Mário Filho (Maracanã) (Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro)

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