The November international break is bringing ten World Cup qualifiers in CONMEBOL that fans in the United States can watch on Fanatiz. The streaming platform does not have coverage of every game during the November international break. Yet, there are many delightful games on offer through Fanatiz.
Unfortunately, this does not include the Argentina home game against Uruguay. Nor does it include the much-anticipated game between Argentina and Brazil at the Maracana. Both of those games are airing on Telemundo during the November international break.
Regardless, the games available on Fanatiz include nations that will look to make a statement at the World Cup in 2026. With six teams automatically qualifying out of South America and a seventh entering the intercontinental playoff, there will be a potent presence from South America in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
After four games in the current qualifying cycle, the defending World Cup champions have four wins. Argentina has a five-point cushion over Brazil, Uruguay and Venezuela. Those standings will shake up after the next two fixtures. Here are some of the highlights on the schedule for CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying that you can watch on Fanatiz.
Fanatiz streaming seven CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers in November
Here is the full table in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying entering the November international break.
All of the following times are US Eastern Time
Bolivia vs Peru — Thursday, Nov. 16 — 3 p.m. ET – FANATIZ
Bolivia earned a crucial three points on Thursday to crawl out of the cellar in CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifying. While the first three points for its qualifying is a start, Bolivia still has a ways to go to qualify. Moreover, the competition will continue to get harder. Yet, it is these games against nearby rivals in the table.
Peru, with the loss, took over the bottom of the table in CONMEBOL World CUp qualifying with the loss. The 2-0 loss is not a great sign for a Peruvian side that has lost each of its last four games. Hosting Venezuela will be a tall task.
Venezuela vs Ecuador — Thursday, Nov. 16 — 5 p.m. ET – FANATIZ
Venezuela is one of the surprise teams in the current cycle in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying. Venezuela is the only CONMEBOL team that has never played in a World Cup. Its strong start to qualifying included a draw in Brazil and a comfortable 3-0 win over Chile at home. Venezuela has put itself in a strong position to reach its first World Cup. A draw at home to Ecuador did not overly help it. However, it did not hurt Venezuela’s bid to reach the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Ecuador qualified for the World Cup in Qatar under controversial circumstances. On-the-field play has been good enough. Yet, the three-point deduction has the Ecuadorians on the cusp of missing the next World Cup. A draw preserved that spot for now. Still, Ecuador must outperform its rivals to match their point totals. Ecuador and Venezuela have the same record but a different number of points.
Colombia vs. Brazil — Thursday, Nov. 16 — 7 p.m. ET – FANATIZ
Colombia is now the only undefeated team in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying. A come-from-behind victory against Brazil in a dramatic game provided Colombia all three points. Lui Diaz scored both goals after Brazil’s opener just five minutes into the game. That puts Colombia on nine points as it leaps over Brazil, which falls to fifth in the table.
Brazil felt the effects of injuries to Neymar and Casemiro in this game. The lively affair allowed Colombia to take advantage with its athletes. Endrick, the 17-year-old star with Palmeiras, made his debut as a substitute. He is the fourth youngest debutant with Brazil all time. He may need to make a difference for the side at home in matchday six.
Ecuador vs. Chile — Tuesday, Nov. 21 — 6:30 p.m. ET – FANATIZ
Going back to the aforementioned Ecuadorian points deduction, one of the nations that pushed for severe punishment was Chile. During the 2022 World Cup qualifying, Chile argued that the ineligible player prevented the Chileans from reaching the World Cup. Chile may have some bad blood from that debacle, and this is its first game against Ecuador since then.
For reference, Ecuador picked up four points against Chile in qualifying for the 2022 World Cup. Chile struggled mightily against other opposition. Yet, Ecuador’s fielding of an ineligible player truly caused damage.
Brazil vs. Argentina — Tuesday, Nov. 21 — 7:30 p.m. ET – TELEMUNDO
Even though this classic between two South American powerhouses is not available on Fanatiz, it is indisputably the biggest game in the world during the November international break. Again, Brazil is not at full fitness. Those injuries proved devastating as it picked up one point from two games in October and again against Colombia. Now, it must take on Argentina, which stumbled on Thursday.
Through four games, Argentina did not concede a goal. That changed against Uruguay, which may show that the impenetrable wall of Emiliano Martinez is, in fact, penetrable. This game against Brazil, much like the preceding game against Uruguay, will be Argentina’s biggest test so far. Both games are available on Telemundo for viewers in the United States.
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