Floodlight failure caused the match to be cancelled with the players on the pitch, but the second leg of the fairly new annual two-legged clashes will now be played next month
The first leg of the annual clash between the two nations - which only include footballers who play for clubs in South America - finished 2-1 to the Selecao hosts.
Floodlight failure - with the national anthems sang and the players ready to play - caused the second leg to be cancelled in September.
Both football associations have found a gap in the packed league schedules and the match between these two former World Cup winners will now be played at Boca Juniors' Bombonera stadium instead of in Resistencia.
The official Conmebol competition is in its second year with Brazil having won in 2011.