With home advantage in qualifying games tonight, both Argentina and Brazil should keep up their steady course for qualification to next year’s World Cup finals in Qatar.
M1 Turun Palloseura vs Ekenas IF: TPS have four wins from their last five games while EIF have lost four of their past five.
M2 Helsingor vs Esbjerg: Helsingor are the early season leaders in Denmark, with double the number of points that Esbjerg have. Helsingor were 3-1 winners away at Esbjerg in July.
MS Jonkopings Sodra vs GIF Sundsvall: Sundsvall lost 2-1 at home to Jonkopings in June but are 11 points clear of them in the Swedish second division.
M4 Bolivia vs Paraguay: Bolivia’s weekend home win over Peru was only their second in 11 games of the South American World Cup super group. Paraguay have also only won twice in 11 games but with six draws.
M5 Colombia vs Ecuador: A home win would push Colombia up to third in the South American World Cup qualifying group above Ecuador, who lost in Venezuela at the weekend.
M6 Cuiaba vs Sport Recife: Cuiaba have never previously beaten Sport Recife, with two draws and an away loss in their three previous clashes.
M7 Sao Paulo vs Ceara: The last four clashes between these two Brazilian clubs have remarkably all ended in 1-1 draws.
M8 Argentina vs Peru: Argentina are unbeaten in their last 12 meetings with Peru and fresh of a 3-0 home success over Uruguay.
M9 Chile vs Venezuela: Chile had won five in a row against Venezuela until they played away in Caracas last December and went down 1-2.
M10 Brazil vs Uruguay: Brazil are unbeaten in their last 11 matches against Uruguay, which stretches back over the last 20 years.
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