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Brazil vs. Paraguay, 2018 World Cup qualifiers live stream: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch

CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying continues on with some high profile match-ups.

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Atlanta United fans got a cruel introduction to international fixtures last week when Josef Martinez was injured while playing for Venezuela. There’s still one more round of matches remaining. All eyes will be on the match-up of Brazil against Paraguay and Miguel Almiron’s health.

Brazil vs. Paraguay

According to social media, Almiron was immense in Paraguay’s 2-1 win over Ecuador but was hobbled late in the match. He went down several times before coming back on. It’s impossible to know if this was normal late-game tactics or if he was really struggling. Keep an eye on his spot in the lineup tonight and if he’s available to go. Brazil are dominating CONMEBOL qualifying and are at home, they should probably be heavily favored in this one.

How to Watch

Kickoff: Thursday, March 23, 8:45 p.m. ET

Available TV: beIN SPORTS en Español

Available Streams: fuboTV (free trial), beIN Sports Connect, Sling TV, go90

Chile vs. Venezuela

Before Martinez’s injury this had the potential to be a United vs. United match-up. However, it’s going to be up to Carlos Carmona to carry the flag for the Five Stripes in this one. He was an unused sub in Chile’s loss to Argentina on Thursday. Let’s see if he sees the field against Venezuela who occupy the bottom of the table.

How to Watch

Kickoff: Thursday, March 23, 6:00 p.m. ET

Available TV: beIN SPORTS en Español

Available Streams: fuboTV (free trial), beIN Sports Connect, Sling TV, go90

Trinidad & Tobago vs. Mexico

Kenwyne Jones started and captained T&T to their first Hex win over Panama at home. Now they must host the powerhouse that is El Tri. It’ll take the game of their lives to hold off this red hot Mexico team.

How to Watch

Kickoff: Thursday, March 23, 7:30 p.m. ET

Available TV: beIN SPORTS, Telemundo, NBC Universo

Available Streams: fuboTV (free trial), beIN Sports Connect, Sling TV, go90