Uruguay vs Jordan: live stream, start time, TV info and more

Sep 6, 2013; San Jose, COSTA RICA; General view of a FIFA World Cup Qualifier between the United States and Costa Rica at Estadio Nacional. Costa Rica defeated the United States 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

In the first leg of this World Cup playoff, Uruguay won 5-0 in Jordan. That basically locked them into the playoff spot barring a miracle happening. Jordan would need to win 5-0 to force extra time even. That could have the Uruguayan players not giving their best efforts on Wednesday, and could leave them vulnerable.

“This is a serious match, not a training session,” Uruguay head coach Oscar Tabarez said, via Sky Sports.

“The score difference makes this match a little bit strange. We are sure of what we want, what the stadium will be like and what supporters want from us. When there is no need, there is no motivation, but as soon as we get closer to the environment, we’ll settle down and I hope we can play a good game.”

The players sound confident and focused though.

“We are one step from the qualification and we begin to think in something we did not in the beginning – playing the World Cup in Brazil,” Paris St Germain forward Edinson Cavani said.

“We’ll be as focused as in the first match and we’ll have the same respect to the rivals.”

Date: November 20
Start Time: 6:00 p.m. ET
Location: Montevideo, Uruguay
Stadium: Estadio Centenario
TV Info: beIN Sport USA, beIN Sport en Español
Radio: ESPN Deportes Radio
Live StreambeIN Sport Play

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Topics: 2014 World Cup, Jordan, Uruguay, World Cup

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