Argentina vs Uruguay Live Streaming TV Channels, Kick off and Team News 2023
Argentina, the reigning World Cup champions, are set to defend their flawless record in the 2026 CONMEBOL qualifiers when they host Uruguay at La Bombonera in Buenos Aires on Thursday night.
Uruguay, coming off a hard-fought victory against South American powerhouse Brazil in their last qualifier, aims to capitalize on their recent success. Argentina, riding a wave of confidence, has secured victories in their last 14 international matches, scoring 34 goals and maintaining eight consecutive clean sheets since winning the World Cup in December.
Under the management of Lionel Scaloni, Argentina stands as the sole South American nation with a perfect record in the first four CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers, holding a five-point lead atop the 10-team table. Their recent triumphs include a 1-0 win against Paraguay and a Lionel Messi-led 2-0 victory over Peru.
Argentina eyes an eight-point lead over second-placed Uruguay with a potential win, carrying momentum into a crucial clash with Brazil next Wednesday. The Albiceleste’s dominance over Uruguay is evident, having won their last seven encounters, with the last three victories totaling 5-0.
Despite sitting second in the CONMEBOL standings, Uruguay, a two-time World Cup winner, faces a narrow three-point gap from eighth-placed Chile. Manager Marcelo Bielsa, keen on improving Uruguay’s away form, steers the team with the hopes of maintaining their automatic qualification standing.
Uruguay’s recent notable results include a 2-2 draw with Colombia, featuring a 90th-minute penalty from Darwin Nunez, and a historic 2-0 win over Brazil, marked by a goal from Nunez and an assist to Nicolas de la Cruz.
Argentina vs Uruguay Live Streaming TV Channels
For viewers eager to catch the Argentina vs. Uruguay matchup live, the TV broadcast will be available on Telemundo and UNIVERSO in the USA. Additionally, for those preferring online streaming options, the match can be streamed on ViX, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, and Fubo.
Stay tuned to these channels and streaming platforms to witness the thrilling encounter between Argentina and Uruguay in real-time.
Argentina-born players Pablo Maffeo and Francisco Ortega could make their international debuts in defense. Argentina’s lineup is expected to feature Messi, Julian Alvarez, and Nicolas Gonzalez in attack, with Emiliano Martinez in goal. Otamendi and Romero are likely to pair up in central defense, supported by a midfield trio of Fernandez, Mac Allister, and De Paul.
Uruguay may stick with the winning combination against Brazil, fielding a back four comprising Araujo, Nandez, Caceres, and Olivera. Valverde and Ugarte are anticipated to control the midfield, with Luis Suarez returning to the squad and competing with Nunez up front, as Cavani is sidelined due to injury.
Argentina: E. Martinez; Molina, Romero, Otamendi, Tagliafico; Mac Allister, Fernandez, De Paul; Messi, Alvarez, Gonzalez.
Uruguay: Richet; Nandez, R. Araujo, Caceres, M. Olivera; Ugarte, Valverde; Pellistri, De la Cruz, Rodriguez; Nunez.
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