MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY – NOVEMBER 12: Angel Di Maria from Argentina celebrates with teammates Nahuel Molina, Paulo Dybala and Giovani Lo Celso after scoring his team’s first goal during a match between Uruguay and Argentina as part of Qatar FIFA World Cup qualifying 2022 in Campeón del Siglo. scored stadium on November 12, 2021 in Montevideo, Uruguay. (Photo by Ernesto Ryan / Getty Images)
Brazil will host Colombia in a match of the 13th round of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying to be played at the Estadio Bicentenario in San Juan, Argentina. The greatest rivalry in international football finally comes to an end after these two teams were last suspended five minutes after their last encounter.
In the United States, the game will not be televised (6:30 p.m. ET start time), but everyone in the USA can watch Argentina versus Brazil and all CONMEMBOL World Cup qualifiers exclusively on FuboTV.
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There is always a lot at stake because there is a lot of pride with which such a rivalry is played. Brazil are the lost South American team that have already qualified for the World Cup after beating Colombia in the last round.
The mood in San Juan for the Argentine national team was in full swing for days. On Monday that excitement dissipated when security forces lost control of the situation and some fans began breaking barriers as impatience arose due to the team’s delay in arriving at their hotel.
Fans had been waiting for the team since 6 p.m. local time, but the weather conditions at the airport did not allow the players to get out. In between and delays the fans got restless and decided to cause this type of damage to the hotel.
When the time finally came, things calmed down and the fans started cheering on their national team.
But all eyes in the CONMEBOL qualification are on Argentina and how it is in top form. If you look at what’s at play in this game, it’s easy to say that the Albiceleste are the ones for whom everything is up for grabs.
A win or a draw for them also brings them to the World Cup, combined with no wins for Colombia, Chile or Uruguay. Two of these three teams don’t have to win to qualify for Argentina. If these results don’t happen, the Albiceleste would just have to wait until January to punch their ticket.
After beating Uruguay, Argentina are now entering historic territory under Lionel Scaloni as they are now in the middle of a 24-game unbeaten series that goes back to the Copa America 2019.
Before leaving for San Juan, Scaloni confirmed that Messi would face Brazil.
Brazil meanwhile suffered a major loss after Neymar was dismissed and dismissed from the team due to a blow he suffered against Colombia.
With his absence, the two players most likely to be targeted will be Phillipe Coutinho or Vinicius Jr. Other than this change, Tite is not expected to change anything else when he gets into this game.
Argentina probably XI: Emiliano Martínez, Gonzalo Montiel, Cristián Romero, Nicolás Otamendi, Marcos Acuña; Rodrigo De Paul, Leandro Paredes, Giovani Lo Celso; Lionel Messi, Ángel Di María, Lautaro Martínez
Brazil probable XI: Alisson, Danilo, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Alex Sandro; Casemiro, Fred, Lucas Paquetá; Raphinha, Matheus Cunha, Vinicius Jr.