sixth date of the South American Qualifiers

sixth date of the South American Qualifiers
sixth date of the South American Qualifiers
National teams

A day full of interesting and also decisive matches for the national teams.

South American Qualifiers 2026.
Photo: EFE


Futbolred Editorial

November 20, 2023, 11:00 p.m. m.

This Tuesday, November 21, the last date of the year of the South American Qualifiers will be played, heading to the 2026 North American World Cup. On this occasion, the sixth date will be the closing of these qualifiers, which will be played until September 2024. because in the middle of the year the Copa América will be held in the United States.

This Tuesday the 10 South American teams will be present playing their respective matches. Each one with the objective of getting the three points and closing the national team year in the best way.


Colombia selection

South American Qualifiers – Date 6

Paraguay vs. Colombia (6:00 pm): Two teams with different outlooks in these qualifiers. The local team, led by Argentine Daniel Garnero, came from a goalless draw against Chile the previous day and comes into this match in need of points, as it is in seventh place with 5 points. On the part of the visit, she arrives motivated to the match in Asunción, after beating Brazil for the first time in the Qualifiers. Lorenzo will have one up and two out for the match, with the return of Jhon Arias and the absences of Davinson Sánchez and Deiver Machado.

Ecuador vs. Chile (6:30 pm): One of the interesting games to watch on this sixth day. The ‘Tri’ had a complicated match in Venezuelan territory, where they got a point and stayed in sixth place with 5 units. While the southern team is experiencing a dark present, after Berizzo presented his resignation in the middle of a press conference, and at the last minute, they called Nicolás Córdova as their interim coach. Chile is currently eliminated in eighth position.

Uruguay vs. Bolivia (6:30 pm): On the last day, Marcelo Bielsa’s team surprised Argentina by beating Argentina 2-0 in La Bombonera, and they are more than motivated for this home game in front of their people. While Bolivia also had a positive last date, after achieving its first victory in the Qualifiers by beating Peru in La Paz. This will be the last game for his captain, Marcelo Moreno Martins, who announced his retirement from the national team at the end of this commitment.

Brazil vs. Argentina (7:30 pm): Simply the match of the date. From the first date towards the 2018 World Cup, the two teams had not lost a match on the same day. However, this was what happened to the ‘canarinha’ and the albiceleste, who lost to Colombia and Uruguay respectively. For this occasion, Brazil will have a significant loss in the starting XI, such as Vinicius Jr, after being injured against the coffee team, while the world champion will have all its figures for this match.

Peru vs. Venezuela (9:00 pm): The bicolor is in the doldrums and with the risk that Juan Reynoso will be fired from his position. This after not being able to win in the last 5 rounds of Qualifiers and not having scored a goal yet, in addition to being last in the standings with a single unit. The vinotinto arrives with a good present in these qualifiers. They are currently fourth with 8 points and want to get their first victory as a visitor.

These meetings will definitely be more than exciting. Some will aim to establish themselves in the table, and others will want their football present to change for the better.

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