The Colombian national team has already turned the page on a tough defeat against Brazil and is now focusing on the quarterfinals, waiting to meet its rival.
After finishing his four games in Group B, the team led by Reynoldo Ruda stays on the last date and depends on the results of the day and the venue of the next event to know his opponent.
Thus, the panorama of the triangle follows. Currently, Colombia is second in the group with four points, but by the end of the last day it will move to third or fourth place according to the scores. Second place would go to Peru (4 points) if they beat Venezuela (2 points), or Ecuador beat Brazil. In addition, if there is a bond between Venezuela and the Peruvians, it is the Inca team that will maintain this position.
Considering the third place that Colombia can occupy, that team will face Paraguay, who are currently in second place in the group with 6 points, or Uruguay or Argentina in the worst case. Chile, already classified, are not a potential contender after staying in third place and playing all the games. It will rest on the last date.
In terms of locations, Colombia’s relocation depends on the results and position within the group. If he is in the third box, the match will be in Brasilia at 5pm, but if he finishes last in his group, the fight will be at 8pm in Goiania.