Ecuador's football team coach Reinaldo Rueda (L) and Honduras' Colombian coach Luis Suarez (R). (AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO BUENDIA / FRANCK FIFE)
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Honduras and Ecuador, who lost their opening games, chase a vital World Cup victory Friday in a game that will see both coaches plotting the downfall of their former teams.In an unusual twist, Honduras are led by Luis Fernando Suarez, the man who guided Ecuador to the last 16 in 2006, their best showing at a World Cup.Honduras lost 3-0 to France and played for more than half the game with 10 men after English based midfielder Wilson Palacios was sent off.Coach Rueda said his team had got carried away in the final stages of the Swiss game and paid the price for being naive.Honduras, who have never won a game at the World Cup, will look to strikers Jerry Bengtson and Carlo Costly at least to break a 32-year goal drought.
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