By JUSTIN FERGUSON
Teams from all over the Western Hemisphere continue their journey to Brazil 2014 on Tuesday with another round of World Cup Qualifying.
A pair of Top 10 teams will clash on high in Quito as CONMEBOL leaders Argentina face Ecuador. After back-to-back draws, Argentina will look to move one step closer to automatic qualification with a road win against Ecuador, who has lost two straight after a blistering run to end 2012.
While the South American leaders hit the road, second-place Colombia will welcome a red-hot Peru squad that is on the edge of a qualification spot. Peru has won all of their matches in 2013 and will be looking to avenge their narrow home loss to Radamel Falcao and Company last year.
Tonight’s action will be focused on CONCACAF, where all six members of the Hexagonal will take the field. Costa Rica has an edge over the United States and Mexico on goal differential, but Los Ticos could grab an outright lead Tuesday night with a win in Mexico City. On the heels of another disappointing draw in qualifying, Mexico needs a confidence-boosting win ahead of the upcoming Confederations Cup.
While the United States host Panama in Seattle, the bottom two teams in the Hex will try to resurrect their hopes of reaching Brazil. After three straight losses, Jamaica needs a road result against slumping Honduras to keep themselves in the race.
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Enjoy the action (Today’s TV schedule is after the jump):
4:30pm – BeIN Sport Español – Colombia vs. Peru
5pm – BeIN Sport USA – Ecuador vs. Argentina
8pm – ESPN/Unimás/ESPN3 – Mexico vs. Costa Rica
8pm – BeIN Sport USA – Venezuela vs. Uruguay
8:30pm – BeIN Sport Play – Chile vs. Bolivia
9pm – BeIN Sport Español – Honduras vs. Jamaica
10:08pm – ESPN/Unimás/ESPN3 – USA vs. Panama