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Argentina's hopes are hanging by a thread... but who will book their place at Russia next year Argentina's hopes are hanging by a thread... but who will book their place at Russia next year
Spencer Simpson | 11 October, 2017, 00:18

That means they face missing out on the World Cup for the first time since 1970.

Back in South America, Brazil, the only team to have played in every World Cup since the first tournament was held in Uruguay in 1930, have already qualified for Russian Federation, 10 points clear at the top with 38 points, while Uruguay (28) need just a draw from their final game against Bolivia to advance.

Incredibly, considering how they have already grabbed top spot in qualifying and since they are major rivals with Argentina, Brazil also have a role to play. It's not gonna happen - Luis Suarez is going to the World Cup.

Brazil boss Tite is expected to play a very strong side against Chile. Sincethenin In World Cup qualifying games since, they have been beaten twice, in 2005 and 2009, before scraping a 1-1 draw in 2013. A win and Chile is in.

Argentina made life even more hard for themselves after they were held to a goalless draw by Peru in their last home match.

And if that won't solve it, get set for the drawing of lots.

Chile travel to Brazil for their last match, as Peru host Colombia.

In addition, a Brazil victory against Chile could aid Argentina in possibly grabbing an automatic qualification spot. A draw would be good enough for a playoff spot if Argentina wins, and there is a victor in the Peru-Colombia match.

Brazil has already qualified with 38 points. Los Cafeteros have since recorded four wins and three draws on Peruvian soil.

"I can't imagine what it is like for others; they must be having trouble sleeping". The problems for Argentina have surfaced when he wasn't there through injury or suspension, with the team picking up just seven points from the eight games he didn't play.

One of the most high-stakes games comes in Lima, where Peru will aim to qualify for their first World Cup finals since 1982 when they take on Colombia.

The home side have lost their last five competetive fixtures, and have an interim coach in the form of Argentine Jorge CĂ©lico.

FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi must win a World Cup to be considered special, according to FIFA's president. Fortunately for La Albiceleste, because Colombia and Peru, the two teams in front of them, play each other, they still control their own destiny. You actually have to go back 16 long years to dig out Argentina's last World Cup qualifier away win against La Tricolor at 2,850 meters in Quito.

Argentina could even pull-off an incredible comeback and qualify automatically if a few results in their group swing their way. That would be disaster for a number of reasons, as it would mean Lionel Messi will not be playing in Russian Federation. A draw would only be enough if both Peru and Paraguay lose.

Paraguay need to win to keep their chances alive.

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