A new round of South American Qualifiers is coming. Early finals and teams that need to achieve victory thinking about qualifying for the World Cup.
With Brazil and Argentina heading for a comfortable classification, there are two and a half spots left for the other Conmebol countries. Each game is key and we will tell you how Thursday’s matches will be played (Argentina timetables)
Two teams that are staying out of the World Cup and need to win. Bolivia will seek to take advantage of the locality and has the possibility of reaching the line of its rival. Paraguay could be momentarily in playoff spots and catch up with Colombia. The antecedents show that between these two teams the local usually wins.
Colombia and Ecuador will play a final with all the letters. The locals have 15 points and are in playoffs. Ecuador has just lost to Venezuela, was third with 16 and needs to get a good result. In the first round, Ecuador thrashed it 6-1, although the context is different.
Argentina is living a dreamed moment and will receive Peru at the Monumental. Those of Gareca come from losing with Bolivia and were seventh. They will have a very difficult task against those of Scaloni.
Chile beat Peru and is still alive in the Qualifiers. He has 10 points and must beat Venezuela to not be too far from going to the World Cup. La Vinotinto has just defeated Ecuador and will seek to continue with the clean and jerk. Great match promise.
The classic of the date. Brazil, which comes from drawing against Colombia, receives Uruguay (it comes from being thrashed against Argentina). La Celeste arrives with the casualties of Ronald Araujo, De Arrascaeta and José María Giménez. Complex outlook for the Master’s team, against a team that is undefeated.