Argentina, Brazil and Colombia offering World Cup value in late night South American qualifying action

 Argentina go into their final game knowing anything other than a win could see them eliminated from the World Cup

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ENGLAND’S dull march to the World Cup in Russia could not be in starker contrast to the South American qualifying section.

The marathon campaign reaches a conclusion and all five matches feature teams whose fate has yet to be decided.

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Argentina go into their final game knowing anything other than a win could see them eliminated from the World Cup

And there’s money to be made as the likes of Argentina, Chile and Colombia are made to sweat until the last whistle.

Ecuador vs Argentina

ARGENTINA have been choking under pressure for years, they have failed to score from open play in their last five qualifiers and they are playing at altitude, where they traditionally struggle.

But their problems are a drop in the ocean compared to Ecuador’s. On current form, the home side are easily the worst team in the competition.

Ecuador have lost their last five to end up eliminated after looking dead certs for qualification and will find it hard to pick themselves up for the visit of the Albiceleste.

Leading Argentina to a World Cup against such a poor opposition should be the bare minimum expected from an all-time great like Lionel Messi.

Betting Tip: Ecuador o Argentina 3 (8/1)
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Brazil vs Chile

BRAZIL have made light work of South America’s notoriously long and arduous qualifying, and under normal circumstances would easily be able to beat Chile and surpass the 40 point mark.

But they have been qualified for six months now whereas Chile know that in all probability they will need a win to join the five-time world champs in Russia.

And with rivals Argentina lying outside a qualification spot, will Brazil really be able to motivate themselves to save their eternal enemy’s skins?

The answer is a tentative ‘yes’. Brazil have been nothing if not professional under boss Tite and should just about have the quality to keep their incredible form going in Sao Paulo.

Betting Tip: Brazil 3 Chile 1 (12/1)

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Peru vs Colombia

PERU have all the momentum behind them as they face Colombia in their biggest match for 35 years.

Ricardo Gareca’s side go into the win or bust fixture following a heroic draw away to Argentina at La Bombonera, while the Colombians were a minute away from the World Cup before two David Ospina howlers inexplicably handed Paraguay a 2-1 win in Barranquilla.

But experience counts for a lot and Colombia have a habit of just doing enough when the chips are down, despite the free-flowing football of the 2014 World Cup looking a mile off.

If Peru score early then they should make it through on a tidal wave of momentum from good form and a fanatical home crowd, but if Colombia can survive the first half hour I’d back them to make it to Russia.

Betting Tip: Colombia to win (15/8)

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Paraguay vs Venezuela

PARAGUAY are at home to the bottom team in the group, knowing a win would probably see them qualify for the World Cup. What could go wrong?

Well, for a start the Paraguayans only ever seem to win the games they’re not supposed to win. That the perennial accumulator-killers are 7th despite winning away to Argentina, Chile and Colombia says it all about where their problems lie.

And Venezuela’s poor campaign over three years in no way reflects the team they have now.

The Vino Tinto squad is comprised of nine of their Under-20 World Cup finalists who were defeated by England in the summer, and they will go to Asuncion without fear following draws with Argentina and Uruguay.

Betting Tip: Both teams to score (Evens)

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Uruguay vs Bolivia

URUGUAY were never the flashiest side under Oscar Tabarez, but in recent months they really have set their stall out to qualify in the dullest way possible.

They followed up a 0-0 with Argentina, in which neither team showed any intent whatsoever to score, with another 0-0 away to Venezuela.

While Uruguay aren’t exactly keeping the neutrals happy, it is a credit to Tabarez that they are now in a position where the same result at home to Bolivia will see them through.

And I’d expect them to do a little better than that against some of the worst travellers in world football. Bolivia have yet to pick up a single point away from home this campaign.

Betting Tip: Uruguay 2 Bolivia 0 (9/2)

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