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Chileans flocking to Liga MX

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ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

How Chile can be seeded at the World Cup finals for Russia 2018

Chile have had a great few years, winning back-to-back Copa America titles. But a poor run of form, which has seen them win only five of 14 competitive fixtures in the last 12 months, means they are struggling to be seeded for the 2018 World Cup finals draw on Dec. 1.

Russia will be seeded as hosts, and joined by the top seven qualifiers based upon the October FIFA World Ranking, which is published after the next round of qualifiers.

But how can this be achieved by Chile in the Dec. 1 group-stage...

 By Tim Vickery

Venezuela, Uruguay show Chile the way to success through U-20 progression

Venezuela have shown success in blooding young players.

When Venezuela take on Uruguay in Thursday's World Cup qualifier, the importance of Under-20 football should be very clear.

The Venezuelans have no chance of making it to Russia. They are already building for the long term, hoping to make their senior World Cup debut in Qatar 2022. And they hope they have unearthed the generation that will get them there -- the squad that reached the final of this year's U-20 World Cup.

Nine members of that group have been called up for the upcoming matches against...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

South American World Cup qualifying - how Chile can still make Russia

Alexis Sanchez and Chile have significant work to do if they want to make it to at least the playoff.

The final rounds of CONMEBOL qualifying for the 2018 World Cup take place on Oct. 5 and Oct. 10.

The top four teams qualify directly with the fifth facing New Zealand for a place in the finals.

6. Chile, 23 points (h-Ecuador, a-Brazil)

With a trip to Brazil, Chile are in very real danger of failing to make the finals, though they know they will be guaranteed at least a playoff place if they win both their matches.

Click here for other CONMEBOL teams' qualifying chances.

 By Tim Vickery

Road to World Cup: Brazil, Colombia on track, Argentina wobble, Chile panic

Brazil and Colombia settled for a draw that didn't hurt either side on the road to Russia 2018.

After another thrilling night of World Cup qualification in South America, Tim Vickery recaps the state of play in CONMEBOL.

Brazil, Colombia share the spoils

Brazil may have lost their 100 percent record in World Cup qualification under coach Tite, but they had plenty of reasons to be satisfied with a 1-1 draw away to Colombia on Tuesday.

The conditions were difficult in the sweltering afternoon heat of Barranquilla. Brazil's logistics were bizarre: They'd chosen to play Thursday's home game...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Inter Milan eyeing Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal as summer's big signing

Arturo Vidal
Arturo Vidal joined Bayern Munich two years ago after four seasons with Juventus.

After being turned aside by two of their top targets, Inter Milan are hoping Arturo Vidal may be eager to return to Italy.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter Milan are hoping to add the 30-year-old midfielder after their attempts to move for AS Roma's Radja Nainggolan and RB Leipzig's Naby Keita were turned away.

Bayern boss Carlo Ancelotti said last week in Singapore that Vidal would "stay with us 100 percent," but it seems the Chile international is still hoping for a move -- even though...

 By Nayib Moran

Chilean footballers' romance with Liga MX continues to grow

As Keisuke Honda's dream move at AC Milan came to an end, questions arise whether or not Pachuca is a good fit.

MEXICO CITY -- Back in the 2003 Apertura, three Chilean forwards who were stealing the headlines in Liga MX were Sebastian "Chamagol" Gonzalez at Atlante, Luis Quinteros at Puebla, and Reinaldo Navia at Morelia. Gonzalez finished the season with six goals, Navia with 12 and Quinteros with nine. Before the 2003 Apertura, Gonzalez completed the 2003 Clausura with 16 goals and the 2002 Apertura with 13.

It's always been the case to see top Chilean footballers in Liga MX; there's a long list that...