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Two teams with wins already under their belt in CONMEBOL 2026 World Cup qualifying square off Thursday in the next set of matches: Colombia and Uruguay. How to watch Colombia vs. Uruguay: CONMEBOL 2026 World Cup qualifier TV and streaming


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Colombia started the road to the World Cup with a win and a draw against Venezuela and Chile, respectively. It was a strong start for a side looking to return to the world stage after missing out on Qatar 2022.


Meanwhile, Uruguay topped Chile last month, but then fell to Ecuador 2-1. Uruguay is in search of a return to the World Cup as their failure to make it out of their group in Qatar lingers.


Uruguay will have to lean on an attack led by Liverpool’s Darwin Núñez, with the likes of Luis Suárez and Edinson Cavani missing.


Likewise, Colombia will count on another Liverpool star, Luis Díaz, leading the line with veterans Mateus Uribe and James Rodríguez in the midfield.


The attack-minded lineups could lead to a fun matchday.


Here’s everything you need to know to catch the action:


Colombia vs. Uruguay (World Cup qualifying)


When: Thursday, Oct. 12

Where: Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez (Colombia)

Time: 4:30 p.m. ET


The South American Qualifiers have returned, and the 10 Conmebol teams will play dates 3 and 4 during the international break this October in their quest for a spot at the World Cup. Colombia, who have not lost a match so far, will host Uruguay and later travel to Quito to face Ecuador. They aim to remain in the top 3 of the table.


The Colombian National Team is scheduled to play against Uruguay as part of the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers in October 2023. This match will happen on Thursday, October 12, in Barranquilla, and then on October 17, in Quito, Colombia will face Ecuador.


Coach Néstor Lorenzo is determined to maintain his team’s unbeaten record and secure a direct quota to the World Cup in the United States, Canada, and Mexico despite several losses and modifications to the squad list. Even with various injuries, the 26 players who were called up for this double day are working hard under the leadership of Néstor Lorenzo in Barranquilla. Uruguay will be their first rival, and they are currently fourth in the Qualifiers, having won against Chile but lost to Ecuador.


The matches will take place in the same order and location as the Qatar 2022 World Cup Qualifiers, which saw Carlos Queiroz resign as coach after the Colombian team suffered defeats against Uruguay and Ecuador in matches 3 and 4. This led to a crisis and rumors of division within the group. As the upcoming matches against these same teams approach, many wonder what will happen this time.


Uruguay, led by Marcelo Bielsa, is set to play key matches against Colombia and Brazil this month to determine their position in South America. They will be aiming to establish their dominance in the region with a win on Thursday, which would see them overtake their opponents in the early stages of the competition.


Colombia’s national team return home aiming to get back to winning ways after a goalless draw with Chile last time out. Nestor Lorenzo’s side are third in the standings behind Argentina and Brazil on four points, thanks to their earlier win over Venezuela. Uruguay, meanwhile, will be looking to bounce back from an away defeat to Ecuador. Marcelo Bielsa’s side won their opener against Chile, but will be hoping for another win to return home in high spirits.


The hosts have enjoyed an unbeaten start to their qualifying campaign, with a draw and a win in two games. Colombia beat Venezuela 1-0 at home in their campaign opener, thanks to Rafael Santos Borre's 46th-minute strike, and drew goalless with Chile in their next outing.


Uruguay, meanwhile, kicked off their campaign with a 3-1 home win over Chile, thanks to Nicolas de la Cruz's brace and a Federico Valverde strike. However, they fell 2-1 at Ecuador in their next outing.


Colombia have one win in five meetings against Uruguay, which came on penalties in the Copa America 2021 quarterfinals. They have not scored in four of their last five meetings against Uruguay.


Head coach Nestor Lorenzo has called up three uncapped players, which include goalkeeper Kevin Mier and defenders Willer Ditta and Yerson Mosquero. Yerry Mina, Juan Cuadrado and Jhon Lucumi miss out through injuries while Juan Fernando Quintero is also absent.


Meanwhile, Uruguay's seven-game unbeaten run ended with their defeat in Ecuador. Manager Marcelo Bielsa has called up an experienced squad but left out veteran strikers Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani.

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