This game has been deemed by some observers as the Central American classic, and it should be Thrilling, given both teams' vibrant attacks. Costa Rica and Honduras have both won one game, lost another, and earned a draw in a third. They have an almost identical record, and are currently tied in the Hexagonal with the U.S. with four points. The "Ticos" have a better goal difference record than both Honduras and the U.S., and they beat Jamaica 2-0 in the previous match day. Honduras, meanwhile, lost against Panamá, and needs at least a draw to maintain a comfortable position in the final round. Look out for Joel Campbell, Real Betis' forward, in Costa Rica, and for Honduran forward Jerry Palacios.
Bolivia vs. Venezuela (4:00 p.m. ET on beIN SPORT)
Venezuelan hopes of playing in a World Cup have never seemed better, and a triumph against the Bolivian team would greatly increase their chances of playing in Brazil. "La Vinotinto" comes from beating Colombia at home 1-0, and counts with the experience and finesse of Borussia Mönchengladbach's Juan Arango. As it happens to any team visiting the Bolivian squad, the Venezuelans' biggest challenge will be dealing with the height of La Paz, which is located nearly 12,000 feet above sea level. Don't lose sight of Bolivian striker Marcelo Martins, who has been playing well with his country's team in the last couple of games.
Paraguay vs. Chile (8:00 p.m. ET)
The "Guaranís" have basically lost all chances of qualifying to Brazil 2014. They are the last team in the table, and they would need a miracle to make it to the fifth spot. Moreover, they haven't beat Chile since 2007. Chile, meanwhile, is currently fourth, and comes from beating Uruguay 2-0 at home. Alexis Sánchez, Barcelona's explosive forward, is in excellent shape and could be an important threat for the shaky Paraguayan defense. Meanwhile, Paraguay is hoping that their strikers Roque Santa Cruz and Óscar Cardozo will pick up their game and carry their team to a win.
Perú vs. Ecuador (10:00 p.m. ET)
After an incredibly slow start, Perú is finally showing what a team made up of players like Jefferson "La Foquita" Farfán, Paolo Guerrero, and Bayern Munich's Claudio Pizarro can do. They earned 10 of 15 possible points at home, and they are slowly climbing up the table. Ecuador, on the other hand, is also in excellent form, in part due to the quality of players like Machester United's Antonio Valencia and America's Christian Benítez. Ecuador is second, one point ahead of Colombia and four behind Argentina, and a victory in Perú could basically seal their presence in Brazil 2014. Look forward to an exhilarating game as the Peruvians battle to keep their chances of playing in their fifth World Cup alive.