By Football Italia staff Published Friday, March 13, 2019 07:31:55There are only two options for this World Cup Qualifier: watch the Argentina v Chile match on Friday night or be at the stadium on Saturday morning.
This weekend is the last chance to be at Old Trafford for the clash with Chile, so you need to be in the mood to get a feel for the stadium atmosphere and what to expect from the Argentinian side.
We’ve already seen how it works here in London, so this will be the first opportunity for the home crowd to experience the atmosphere of a World Championship qualifier in the United Kingdom.
The atmosphere will be a bit different for the first leg, as it will be slightly more intimate.
However, if you are in a group of 20 or more, you will have the opportunity to watch the second leg, which will take place on Friday evening.
It will be at 4pm GMT, with the game taking place on the same day as the Copa America final, which is scheduled for Sunday afternoon.
The final of the Copacabana is being held in a much larger stadium in the city, so it will also be much more intimate, but the atmosphere will still be similar.
In the past, Argentina have won the Copas Amores and Euro 2008 with a scoreline of 7-1 and 4-0.
They won the 2013 Copa Amors with a 5-0 scoreline and a 5+1 aggregate scoreline.
Chile have won five out of the past six editions of the World Cup, including the previous one.
The last time Argentina won the World Championship, in 2003, they were knocked out by Italy 2-1 in the quarter-finals.
They have won three of the four previous editions of Brazil and they have not lost in eight years.
It’s worth noting that Chile’s last appearance at a World Champions final was back in 2005, when they beat Brazil 2-0 in a penalty shootout.
This will be Argentina’s first visit to Old Trafford since 2008, when the sides played to a 1-1 draw at Old Oak.
It is also the first time Argentina have been drawn against Chile since their Copa Sudamericana debut in 1998.
Chiles will have a new captain, Diego Godin, who was recently appointed as head coach.
He was recently promoted to the full-time job, replacing Roberto Carlos.