Uruguay and Colombia will contest a World Cup qualifying clash in Montevideo on Friday at midnight (UK time).
The hosts are third with 15 points from nine games, two places and two points ahead of their upcoming opponents.
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Where to watch Uruguay vs Colombia on TV:
- UK: FreeSports
- US: Fubo
Scoreline prediction: Uruguay 2-1 Colombia
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Uruguay vs Colombia build-up & previous line-ups:
After falling into a bit of a rut with a defeat and three consecutive draws, Uruguay returned to winning ways in the last World Cup qualifying window. La Celeste beat Bolivia (4-2) and Ecuador (1-0) to stay third in the group, just three points adrift of Argentina in second, though they’re nine behind Brazil.
Colombia also won their last qualifying match — 3-1 vs Chile in September — keeping them in the playoff spot and well in touch with the four automatic qualification places. Uruguay ran out comfortable 3-0 winners the last time these sides met on matchday two. Colombia will be hoping for a better showing this time as they look to remain within range of the top four.
- Uruguay (vs Ecuador): Muslera; Nandez, Araujo, Gimenez, Vina; Valverde, Bentancur, Vecino; De Arrascaeta; Alvarez, Rodriguez.
- Colombia (vs Chile): Ospina; Cuadrado, Cuesta, Murillo, Moreno; Quintero, Barrios, Uribe, Diaz; Borre, Borja.
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Player to watch: Luis Suarez
After missing the last qualifying window with a knee injury, Luis Suarez will return to action for Uruguay here, and with good reason. The 34-year-old isn’t being slowed down too much by age, notching five goals and an assist in 10 appearances across all competitions for Atletico Madrid so far, including scoring once and setting up another in his side’s 2-0 win over Barcelona recently. What’s more, only Lionel Messi (5), Neymar (6) and Marcelo Moreno (8) have scored more goals in this current Conmebol World Cup qualifying cycle than his four, one of which came in his last meeting with Colombia.
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