The South American section of the qualifying campaign for the 2022 World Cup has kicked off as CONMEBOL teams begin the long road to Qatar.
Matchday four sees table-toppers Brazil take on Uruguay, while Argentina visits Peru in Lima.
Tuesday plays host to each of the 10 South American hopefuls, with Venezuela out to to get its first points on the board at home to Chile, and a chance for Colombia to bounce back away to Ecuador.
Four of the five CONMEBOL qualifiers can be watched through Fanatiz today, with Venezuela vs Chile showing for FREE. The streaming platform offers the option to watch each of the other games in the US..
Tuesday November 17 - World Cup 2022 qualifiers on US TV
|Date||Time (US PT / ET)||Match||Channel|
|November 17||1pm / 4pm||Venezuela vs Chile||FREE on Fanatiz|
|November 17||1pm / 4pm||Ecuador vs Colombia||Fanatiz|
|November 17||3pm / 6pm||Uruguay vs Brazil||Fanatiz|
|November 17||4:30pm / 7:30pm||Peru vs Argentina||Fanatiz|
What has happened so far in CONMEBOL's World Cup 2022 qualification?
Roberto Firmino scored his first-ever brace for Brazil to help the Selecao take an early lead in the table, beating Bolivia 5-0.
A double from Luis Muriel helped Colombia to a 3-0 win over Venezuela, who finished rock bottom of the qualifiers for the 2018 finals in Russia.
Argentina was forced to turn to Lionel Messi again to beat Ecuador, with the six-time Ballon d’Or winner scoring the only goal of the game from the penalty spot.
Chile, who missed out on World Cup 2018, also lost by a goal against Uruguay, in a 2-1 result that was secured by a 93rd-minute strike.
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Peru and Paraguay shared a point after a thrilling second half that saw four goals scored in a 2-2 draw.
The second matchday saw Brazil and Argentina continue their perfect starts as Neymar scored a hat-trick in a 4-2 win over Peru and Lautaro Martinez and Joaquin Correa were on the scoresheet in Argentina's victory in Bolivia.
Two goals from Luis Suarez were not enough for Uruguay as they lost 4-2 to Ecuador.
A late goal from Gaston Gimenez gave Paraguay three points on the road in Venezuela, while Chile and Colombia played out an exciting 2-2 draw.
In the third round of fixtures Brazil had Firmino to thank once more to keep its perfect record going, the Liverpool striker scoring the only goal of the game to take down Venezuela.
Argentina could not keep up with their rivals as Lionel Messi saw a potential winner disallowed by VAR on the way to the Albiceleste's 1-1 draw with Paraguay.
There was a convincing win for Uruguay, who ran riot 3-0 away to Colombia in a match notable for Suarez's fourth successful penalty in three games, putting him at the top of the scoring charts; while Ecuador squeezed past Bolivia in La Paz in a 3-2 thriller and Chile got the best of Pacific coast rival Peru in Santiago, with Arturo Vidal scoring both goals in the Roja's 2-0 success.
CONMEBOL's World Cup 2022 qualification table