Live online football streaming: Watch Argentina v Uruguay (South America World Cup 2014 qualifier)
- Updated: October 10, 2012
The Estadio Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza plays host to what should be a cracking South American World Cup 2014 qualifier featuring some of the best players on the planet.
So how can you watch the match on our live video streaming service?
Bet365 are showing Argentina v Uruguay live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
NOTE: Be aware that Bet365 have some geographical restrictions on this broadcast, whilst those without a Bet365 account will need to deposit money in an account to watch the match.
This match can be watched in the UK and Ireland, but is not available in the Americas, Caribbean, Middle East and North Africa.
With Brazil hosting World Cup 2014, it is fair to say that Argentina and Uruguay are the top two teams, at least on paper, in South America World Cup qualifying.
Just two points separate the two sides in the standings after seven games with Argentina topping the nine-team table having secured 14.
Lionel Messi warned earlier this week that “you lose one and you can go down the table quickly” and urged his Argentina team mates to have a real go at Uruguay.
Alejandro Sabella’s side will likely have a real go at the Uruguayans, who famously won the Copa America on Argentine soil in 2011 and Argentina have been on an excellent run in 2012, winning five out of seven matches.
Argentina have Sergio Aguero back in the fold which will add yet more fire power to their side but it is difficult to see past Lionel Messi who has already scored 12 goals for Barcelona this season.
Legendary Uruguay coach Oscar Washington Tabarez said there are no special plans for Messi: “We have to work on and counter everything Argentina does for the ball to get to Messi and after Messi takes it try to mark him.”
Despite the likes of Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani up front and a 2010 World Cup semi-final place, Uruguay had a poor September, thrashed 4-0 at Colombia and then drawing 1-1 with Ecuador at home.
Alvaro Pereyra is suspended for Argentina away and midfielders Diego Perez and Gaston Ramirez are injured.
Nevertheless, this is undoubtedly the best game of all on Friday in South America and should be a great watch. Can Argentina continue their upsurge in form or will Uruguay once again upset them on home turf as they did in the quarter-final of the 2011 Copa America?