The days go by and there is less and less time for the Qualifying Qatar 2022, considered the most difficult in the world. The third date of the aforementioned contest will have reserved forecast matches.
Everything will start this Thursday, November 12 when Bolivia receive to Ecuador. The ‘high plateaux’ have not managed to score any points and need to win yes or yes to not complicate their chances of being in Qatar 2022.
On the side of Ecuador, the ‘Northerners’ started with the left foot before Argentina, but boy did they get up nothing less than before Uruguay and they will seek to add their second victory in a row at the height of La Paz.
Argentina, one of the candidates to stay with one of the four direct quotas that Conmebol gives, wants to remain intractable and hopes to get his third consecutive win against Paraguay.
The day continues on Friday. Colombia, who has four points and so far does not know defeat, receives a hit Uruguay who wants to leave behind the tough 4-2 defeat he suffered against Ecuador.
Then, the most attractive clash of this third date will come. Chile Y Peru They are measured in the so-called ‘Classic of the Pacific’ in a match for the needy. It turns out that both ‘Roja’ and ‘Blanquirroja’ do not know what it is to win so far.
Although both teams have great players, in the first two days luck was not on their side. TO Chile tied for discounts, while Peru he beat well Brazil, but a controversial arbitration by Bascuñán, ended up influencing the final result.
Finally, matchday 3 will come to an end with the Brazil vs Venezuela. Like Argentina, the ‘canarinha’ has three wins in a row and wants to be the only leader. To do this, you must beat Venezuela at home.
Qatar 2022 qualifiers: schedule, time and date of matchday three
Find out the third round of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers below.
Thursday 12 November
Bolivia vs. Ecuador – La Paz (3:00 pm)
Argentina vs. Paraguay – Buenos Aires (7:00 p.m.)
Friday, November 13
Colombia vs. Uruguay – Barranquilla (3:30 p.m.)
Chile vs. Perú – Santiago (6:00 p.m.)
Brazil vs. Venezuela – Sao Paulo (7:30 pm)