The final qualifying stage in the continental tournament will unfold this week. Follow the games taking place this week with our guide.

We are only eight games away from the start of the group stage in the Copa Libertadores, but before we get there, we need to know the last four teams that will earn a spot in the tournament.

Last month saw some of the best teams in South America being eliminated from the top club tournament in the region, leaving the luckiest and consistent teams out there with a spot in one of the four final matchups.

Teams such as Aucas, Defensor Sporting, Atlético Nacional, Godoy Cruz or El Nacional will not be able to participate in continental tournaments as a result of their early exits, leaving a few bunch of teams with chances to reach the group stage.

With all that in mind, let us have a look at the main topics to cover for this week's games.

Where to watch or stream Phase 3 of the Copa Libertadores in the U.S.

Fans in the United States will be able to follow all games taking place this week courtesy of beIN Sports. The competition will be available to watch on TV via beIN Sports, beIN Sports en Español, and on beIN Sports XTRA. For those who want to follow the games on-the-go, their top choice to follow them will be beIN Sports Connect.

Which teams are involved in Phase 3 of the Copa Libertadores?

Nacional Asunción (Paraguay), Palestino (Chile), Botafogo (Brazil), RB Bragantino (Brazil), Sportivo Trinidense (Paraguay), Colo-Colo (Chile), Always Ready (Bolivia), and Nacional (Uruguay).

Copa Libertadores - Phase 3 matches

*Keep in mind that the return fixtures of each tie will be held next week.

For more details and stats about this competition, visit our dedicated Copa Libertadores site.