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Chile and Paraguay have chance to clinch
by Paul Kennedy, September 9th, 2009 6:45AM

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[WORLD CUP QUALIFYING]  Chile and Paraguay will join Brazil in the finals with wins on Wednesday though they both face tough games. For a look at what's at stake in South America and the TV schedules ...

SOUTH AMERICA
Standings
TEAM GP W T L GF GA P
Brazil 15 8 6 1 28 7 30
Chile 15 8 3 4 25 16 27
Paraguay 15 8 3 4 21 13 27
Argentina 15 6 4 5 20 18 22
Colombia 15 5 5 5 9 11 20
Ecuador 15 5 5 5 18 22 20
Uruguay 15 4 6 5 23 17 18
Venezuela 15 5 3 7 19 26 18
Bolivia 15 3 3 9 19 31 12
Peru 15 2 4 9 8 29 10
Schedule
Bolivia v Ecuador  (inDemand, live, 3 pm ET)
Uruguay v Colombia  (inDemand, live, 5 pm ET)
Paraguay v Argentina  (inDemand, live, 7 pm ET)
Brazil v Chile  (inDemand, live, 9 pm ET)
Venezuela v Peru (ESPN Deportes, live, 8:55 pm ET)
Breakdown
Chile and Paraguay will join Brazil in the finals with wins on Wednesday though they both face tough games. Chile plays at Brazil, which will be without star Kaka and three other players who are suspended. Paraguay hosts struggling Argentina, which has earned just six points in its last five qualifiers. Argentina will drop to sixth place if it loses and Colombia and Ecuador both win. The top four teams qualify for the World Cup and the fifth-place team will face Concacaf's fourth-place team in a playoff.

 



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