It’s incredible to see how tight the table is for the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers. Heading into the latest range of matches to be played across January 27-28, eight nations are in contention for a place in Qatar. Argentina and Brazil have already qualified. But only four points separate six nations between Colombia (with 17 points) and Paraguay (with 13). When it comes to the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CONMEBOL on TV, this could be the hottest ticket to watch during the current international window.

With Argentina and Brazil already qualified for Qatar, that leaves two more places for automatic qualification. Plus there’s a spot in an intercontinental playoff against a team from Asia. In third place, Ecuador is currently sitting pretty with 23 points. But one slip up for Ecuador could open the door for several nations to close the gap.

Venezuela, who are not mathematically out of qualification yet, are still hanging on.

Taking all of that into consideration, the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers on Wednesday and Thursday are promising. Colombia against Peru is the stand-out clash. Paraguay versus Uruguay is a must-win game for both nations. Both Chile and Ecuador face the unenviable task of trying to pick up points against Argentina and Brazil, respectively. However if either Chile or Ecuador can get a draw or win, that’ll certainly help their chances of qualification.

Last but not least, Bolivia travels to Venezuela. If Bolivia wins, that puts them into the pack of the other nations above them.

This week’s games will likely have huge ramifications for the next round of games next week. Not to look too far ahead, but some of next week’s games include Peru versus Ecuador, and Argentina-Colombia, just to name two.

Where to watch the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers

With only four matchdays remaining, time is running out before the FIFA World Cup Draw happens on April 1.

Same as the last round of CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers, all of the streamed games are exclusive to fuboTV. The streaming service is offering all of the games in English-language and Spanish-language as well as featuring pre-match, half-time and post-match analysis.

To watch any of the games, you’ll need a subscription to fubo Latino or fuboTV (with the addition of the CONMEBOL games package).

In addition to live and exclusive coverage of all of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CONMEBOL on TV, fubo Latino also includes:

FOX Deportes
ESPN Deportes
And, in all, over 30 live channels of the TV you love.

With fubo Latino, you get quality programming for $32.99 per month — which includes all CONMEBOL games as well as games from Liga MX, Ligue 1, MLS and more. For instance, fubo Latino also includes 250 hours of Cloud DVR space.

With fubo Latino, you can watch the game(s) on your PC or Mac as well as Roku, iPhone and Android phones, Amazon FireTV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV and Xbox One. In addition, if you connect any of these devices to your TV, you can watch the game on your big screen.

As far as the studio coverage from fuboTV, the broadcasts will feature recognizable talent. First, in the studio, will be Juan Pablo Angel, Antonella Gonzalez and Fernando Fiore. Second, featured as analysts, will be Juan Pablo Sorin, Roque Santa Cruz, Carlos Tenorio from Quito (live from Ecuador-Brazil game) and Juanjo Buscalia.

All times Eastern USA


FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CONMEBOL on TV



    In contrast, the World Cup qualifiers are also available via pay-per-view for $29.95 per game.