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CONCACAF World Cup qualifying has really become a muddled mess. After three matches, the six teams are separated by a total of just four points, and anything could happen the rest of the way with seven fixtures left to go. But there are some truly brilliant World Cup qualifiers in the week to come with a lot on the line, including our first team outside of the host nation that can formally lock down a spot in Russia in 2018.
Brazil vs. Paraguay – Tuesday, 8:45 p.m. ET ( beIN Sports )
It's going to take Ecuador and Chile not picking up wins to make this a qualifying scenario for the Brazilians, but one way or the other, they're in a situation where they'll reach Russia for sure with four matches left to play in CONMEBOL qualifying. The Brazilians have won seven straight qualifiers in a row since Tite was hired to replace Dunga in charge of the team, and they're now +22 in goals after going on the road and destroying Uruguay 4-1 just a few nights ago. For Paraguay, the task is simple. The team has to find a way to gain two points on both Chile and Ecuador just to get back into a situation where it can qualify for the World Cup. A predictable loss in this match in Sao Paulo could leave the Paraguayans five points back of the rest of the field with just four to go.
Trinidad & Tobago vs. Mexico – Tuesday, 7 p.m. ET ( beIN Sports )
Trinidad & Tobago made some noise when it picked up its first points of the Hexagonal against Panama on Friday night. Had T&T not managed to do that, it could have effectively been all over for it, especially knowing that this is its third home match out of the four that will have been played of the 10 in total when this one is done with. It's a tough task for sure against a Mexican team that looked quite clinical against a good Costa Rica side on Tuesday night, but let's not forget that Mexico has had its share of woes on the road at times, including posting a scoreless draw at Panama in the second Match Day of the Hex. Javier Hernandez isn't like to play in this one, and that could leave Mexico without arguably its most dynamic offensive player and inarguably its all-time leading scorer now that Chicarito has tied Javier Borges for the most goals ever in the tricolor uniform.
Panama vs. USA – Friday, 10 p.m. ET ( beIN Sports )
The Americans are officially off to mark. Bruce Arena first important test of his second tenure with the USMNT went remarkably well, a 6-0 thrashing of Honduras in San Jose. The Yanks were off and running five minutes in, had three on board by halftime and three more within 10 minutes of the interval, including a nifty hat trick by Clint Dempsey in his first match back in the red, white and blue since having his heart problems last year that kept him out of the Seattle Sounders' MLS Cup run.
This Panama team though, has a tremendous defense, and this is always considered the biggest match for all of the teams in World Cup qualifying at home against the United States. The Americans are going to be up against it for sure, and though they are going to have a lot of confidence and seem to have found a combination of 11 men which works well, that doesn't mean three points are a given in Panama.
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