The Argentine National Team is tested in Uruguay, at what time and where to see it

With the unknown whether Messi will be from the beginning or will enter the second half, Lionel Scaloni’s Argentine National Team will visit Uruguay this Friday night, to close the 13th date of the Qualifiers.

“Messi did differentiated training in the first days. Then he intensified a little more and, in principle, he is available. Messi is fine and, if he continues like this, he will play,” Scaloni anticipated in Thursday’s press conference, although he also left the door open for the opposite to happen. “We have players who can play the role of Leo and whoever does it will do well,” he clarified.

Messi’s health has been the subject of discussion at his club, Paris Saint-Germain, which raised a cry for the number of games the Rosario is playing with the National Team. Even PSG could not use it in their last two games due to knee discomfort and it was estimated that, at least against Uruguay, the scorer would have rest.

Argentina will face Uruguay from 8:00 p.m., with broadcasting by Public TV and TyC Sports, at the Campeón del Siglo stadium, in Peñarol, since the emblematic Centennial is being renovated. Although curious, it will not be the first time that the classic is played outside the mythical stage of Montevideo.

The National Team can ensure its classification to Qatar on this double date (it will be completed next Tuesday, against Brazil in San Juan) although it depends on its own results and that of others. So far this day, she was given two that did not favor her to get passage ahead of time: the triumph of Ecuador over Venezuela and that of Chile against Paraguay, both 1-0. In other games, Peru beat Bolivia 3-0 and Brazil beat Colombia 1-0 and is the first South American to get into the next World Cup.

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