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Miami, Florida (June 9, 2013)
The 2014 South American World Cup qualifiers continue with four key fixtures all scheduled to take place on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. The European nations will be taking a break from the qualifiers so all eyes will be on the South American qualification.
After the last round of fixtures, the CONMEBOL table has Argentina leading the pack with 25 points, albeit with a game in hand over second and third placed Colombia and Ecuador who both have 20 points. Chile sit in fourth and Venezuela in fifth on 18 and 16 points respectively. Peru are currently in the sixth position with 14 points, but with a crucial game in hand over Venezuela which they can leapfrog on Tuesday with an away victory to Colombia (providing Venezuela lose to Uruguay), putting them in the driver's seat for the critical 5th placed play-off spot.
Don't miss the exciting World Cup Qualification matches on Tuesday, June 11th.
*Please note that this match will not be live on television, but only on the online streaming channel beIN Sport Play available to qualified subscribers.
Across the world, the action in South America will be of interest to millions of viewers. Evidently, LiveSoccerTV.com has packed live stream and TV schedule listings of over 80 countries for each of the four CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers on June 11. Al Jazeera Sports +7, Al Jazeera Sports HD2, Arena Sport 4, FOX Sports Cono Sur, Sony Six HD, SuperSport 3 Africa and SuperSport 5 Africa are part of the television channels lined up to offer football fans a piece of the action from the South American World Cup qualifiers.
Many will want to witness Barcelona number 10 superstar Lionel Messi. However, the player remains unwell and Argentina coach Sabella is wary of risking him away to Ecuador. The Albiceleste failed to find the back of the net against Colombia last Friday but could blame the referee for that.
Still, the Argentines will face the Ecuadorians as group leaders. The latter are now third behind the Colombians while Chile occupy the last automatic qualification place in the table. Venezuela are fifth with 16 points from 12 games but seventh-placed Uruguay, with 13 points, could catch them up.
Nothing is decided in the South American World Cup qualifiers. If qualification to Brazil 2014 is a matter of time for Argentina, the fate of Copa American champions Uruguay is one of the many interesting angles that shape up the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying campaign in a thrilling manner.
Click here for the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers Guide which includes the USA vs Panama Live match.
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