The race to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup will go down to the wire on Tuesday night in South America as an incredible six teams still have a chance to qualify for the final three automatic qualification spots. Plus one team will end in a playoff place.
The good news for soccer fans in the United States is that all of the final World Cup qualifiers will be available for viewing. The bad news is that all of the games kick off at the same time.
All five CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying matches on Tuesday night will have massive implications on who qualifies for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
An additional complication is that beIN SPORTS has the English-language rights to the Trinidad and Tobago versus USA game on Tuesday night, which means that none of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers will be shown live on beIN SPORTS. Instead, one match will be shown on beIN SPORTS en Espanol (Ecuador-Argentina), but beIN SPORTS en Espanol will be running “multi” coverage where they’ll be showing Ecuador-Argentina but will jump around to the other four CONMEBOL games whenever anything newsworthy happens.
Last but not least, all of the games will be streamed live on beIN SPORTS Connect which will be your best way to watch the games if you want to watch them in their entirety (all times listed below are Eastern United States):
Tuesday, October 10
Updated CONMEBOL standings and SPI projections. This is nuts. pic.twitter.com/roIlMD3l5U
— Paul Carr (@PCarrESPN) October 6, 2017