Argentina were unable wrest a top-four berth away from Uruguay in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying section after being held to a goalless draw in Montevideo.
The Albiceleste remain fifth in the standings, a point behind third-placed Uruguay -- who are now without a win in six games -- after the stalemate at the Estadio Centenario
Only the top four sides qualify automatically for next year's World Cup in Russia, with the fifth-placed team entering a two-legged playoff against the winner of the Oceania...
Luis Suarez has returned from injury more than two weeks ahead of schedule and is available for Uruguay's crucial World Cup qualifier against Argentina on Thursday.
The Barcelona forward injured his knee in the Spanish Super Cup second leg defeat to Real Madrid earlier this month and was ruled out for four to five weeks.
At the time, Uruguay released a statement confirming that meant he would miss the qualifiers against Argentina and Paraguay.
However, Suarez returned to Barcelona training last...
Uruguay and Argentina will take part in an important CONMEBOL World Cup qualifier on Thursday when they meet at the Estadio Centenario in Montevideo.
The top four teams will qualify automatically for the 2018 World Cup, with the fifth advancing to an intercontinental playoff against the champion of the Oceania region.
Uruguay enter Thursday in third place in the CONMEBOL table with Argentina are currently sitting fifth. Colombia, Chile and Ecuador are also fighting to qualify, leaving those five...