Argentina is put to host Chile from the American world cup 2018 qualifier on Thursday night, 23 March 2017 in the Estadio Antonio Vespucio Liberti in Buenos Aires. After 12 rounds in South American qualifiers, Argentina sits 5th at the desk while Chile is one place and only 1 point beforehand. While the 5th place team might have to experience a playoff from either Asian or Oceana team top 4 teams qualify for World Cup leader link sopcast truc tiep bong da. Argentina will be expected to get themselves and to get the better of their team Chile that is boggy. Chile and Argentina have performed quite regularly over the past two decades and Chile conquered Argentina double at the closing of Copa America (2015 and 2016) on fines to refuse Messi and co some silverware.
Argentina defeated in the qualifiers back in March 2016 if they beat Chile 2-1 thanks to goals in Gabriel Mercado along with De Maria. Match Preview: Argentina is the best group in South America in the present time and most likely the finest on earth with the sort of form they’ve shown over the previous 4 decades. This is their third successive major closing and they’ll be seeking to win since Lionel Messi started playing for Argentina, the silverware that has eluded them. Last time the two-match had been back at the Copa America in June 2016 final in USA and penalties it was decided after a match and it had been Chile who ended up victorious.
While Alexis Sanchez and Eduardo Vargas are expected to start upfront for 36, team News and Lineups: Chile will probably be without Jara who’s suspended for at least 4 games following his antiques from Uruguay. Argentina is very most likely to decide on the same lineup that took the field from 6-1 triumph over Paraguay. Aguero is expected to begin upfront with Pastore Di Maria and Messi. Here is the way I expect both groups to line up in the kickoff. Preview Match Reviews: As we mentioned earlier these two have a match from the Copa America finals in 2016 and 2015 and on the two occasions the tournaments were won by Chile on penalties.