Argentina's midfielder Ezequiel Lavezzi (2nd-R) chats with temmates goalkeeper Agustin Orion (C) and forward German Denis (2nd-L), during a training session of the national team in Ezeiza, Buenos Aires, on November 12, 2011. Argentina will play their fourth Brazil 2014 World Cup South American quali (credit: ALEJANDRO PAGNI/AFP/Getty Images)
Argentina will aim to return to winning ways in the South American World Cup qualifiers when they visit Colombia on Tuesday.
Argentina are second in the CONMEBOL standings with a record of one win, one draw and one defeat leaving them three points behind current leaders Uruguay. Having started the qualifying campaign for Brazil 2014 with a win over Chile, the Argentinians have floundered in recent outings with a 1-0 defeat to Venezuela and a 1-1 draw with Bolivia. Argentina are 11/10 to register their second victory of the campaign at the expense of their hosts, while the draw can be backed at odds of 23/10.
Colombia are third in the standings with a record of one win and one draw putting them level on points with the visitors, who have played a game more. The Colombians kicked off their qualifying campaign with a 2-1 victory in Bolivia, and they followed up that result with a draw against Venezuela last time out. Colombia are 5/2 to maintain their unbeaten record with another victory here.
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