Argentina must have trouble sleeping as doubts over World Cup grow — Tite

Argentina must have trouble sleeping as doubts over World Cup grow — Tite

In social media many Brazilian fans have jokingly said Chile should get a hand to advance and put the Argentines at an even bigger risk of humiliation.

"I want the competition to be fair", Tite told reporters on Monday. Chile are guaranteed automatic qualification with a win, but anything else could see them fighting for the fourth-place play-off spot-or worse.

With Chile looking for a positive result to guarantee World Cup football next summer and Brazil aiming to end an excellent campaign on a high, this should be an entertaining game and dabblebet customers can watch and bet on this fixture via desktop, mobile and tablet. I can't imagine what it is like for others; they must be having trouble sleeping. If they are where they are, it's because of what they have done. Bottom of the Chileans are tightened by four competitors. "Our aim is to continue to create history".

It's stated Pep Guardiola will be watching the match and the goalkeepers closely.

Alexis Sanchez has not been in great form but the Arsenal star did score a goal in Chile's last game against Ecuador and his performance will be a key to this game and the final score.

Leader Brazil qualified for the World Cup as early as March this year.

A World Cup without Chile - double South American champions - seems unthinkable, but with Brazil playing a strong side, is still very possible. That leaves five teams separated by two points: Chile (26), Colombia (26), Peru (25), Argentina (25), and Paraguay (24).

Coach Juan Antonio Pizzi will already be missing midfielder Arturo Vidal, who is suspended.

"We played three World Cup qualifiers since we secured our spot and the behaviour of the team is the same", Jesus said after the training session.

La Roja is not in great form, having won only one of its last three games, this includes losses against Paraguay and Bolivia in this stint. As his teammates trained on Sunday in Sao Paulo - just a few metres away from the Brazilians - Aranguiz ran on the sidelines.