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Chile vs Uruguay: live TV & online listings - Nov 15, 2016

November 14, 2016 By Ali M.
Here is a comprehensive compilation of TV schedules and listings for Uruguay's trip to Chile in the World Cup qualifiers.

Broadcast info

Who’s playing: The road to Russia continues in South America, as we welcome the next round of CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers. In a highly-anticipated game on Tuesday, Chile host Uruguay.

What time: Kick-off is scheduled at 1:30PM PT/6:30PM ET/11:30PM UTC/11:30PM GMT. Fans residing elsewhere in Europe can follow the game live at 12:30AM CET on Wednesday.

Which stadium: Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos, the 48,665- seat arena in Santiago, will be the venue for this World Cup qualifier.

Which channel

- In the USA at 6:30PM ET on fuboTV, beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A., beIN SPORTS USA

- In Canada at 6:30PM ET on beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada, fuboTV Canada, beIN Sports Canada

- In Chile at 8:30PM CLST on Fox Sports Chile, Mega

- In Uruguay at 8:30PM UYT on VTV Uruguay

*View up-to-date global listings

Match facts

  • Six points separate these two sides in the standings.
  • It is Uruguay that sit higher up the table, occupying second place with 23 points.
  • Chile hold the last qualifying spot, sitting in fifth with 17 points.
  • La Roja have lost two of their last five games; La Celeste are undefeated in their last four.
  • The last time these two sides met, Oscar Tabarez’s crew ran out 3-0 winners.
  • Uruguay have won three of their last five encounters in all competitions.
  • The Copa America holders have lost only once at home, though, against their opponents in their last six World Cup qualifying run-ins (W3, D2).

Chile, don’t look down… the standings!

The gap at the top is growing; Brazil and Uruguay are now destined to qualify for Russia 2018. The fight for the remaining three – possibly only two – spots is where the excitement is.

Chile hold the last spot – a playoff – with Ecuador and Colombia sitting in fourth and third. Althouh there is a huge opportunity for the Copa America champions to move up the standings, they should be wary of those below them in the table.

A point behind La Roja are Argentina, the runners-up from the 2014 World Cup. They take on Colombia, and can leapfrog Vidal and Co. should Chile fail to win and La Albiceleste triumph.

Unfortunately, the Copa America holders face one of South America’s most in-form sides. With only two defeats from their 11 games, Suarez and Co. boast the second best goal difference (+17). Oscar Tabarez’s boys have lost only once in their last eight games, with even Brazil and Colombia unable to beat them.

Chile face a tough test on Tuesday. Victory, though, is vital for La Roja, but not many will tip them for the win.

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