Probable squad Argentina RomeroZabaleta, Garay, Fernandez, Rojo Gago, Brana, Di MariaMessi, Higuain, Lavezzi Peru Veron, Alcaraz, Da Silva, Ortiz Riveros, Oviedo, Caceres, Estigarribia Fabbro, Santa Cruz The only doubt for Alejandro Sabella going into Friday's World Cup qualifier was the system he would play, with the 11 men set to be the same whether the coach opted for a 4-2-3-1 or 4-3-3. The ex-Estudiantes man will put faith in the attacking trident that has been used to such devastating effect in his reign, with Ezequiel Lavezzi entering for the suspended Sergio Aguero alongside Messi and Higuain. Javier Mascherano's suspension also opens the door for Estudiantes' Rodrigo Brana to start. In his first competitive match for Paraguay since taking over from sacked predecessor Francisco Arce, Gerardo Pelusso has gone for a team that will defend in numbers at the back, his 4-4-2 system designed to frustrate the Albiceleste's dangermen. The big news for the Guarani is a first competitive start for Argentina-born forward Jonny Fabbro, who became eligible for the nation in 2012 after completing the necessary five years of residency in Paraguay. http://www.goal.com/en-gb/match/82137/argentina-vs-paraguay/preview to add some spice Gago: Argentina rely too much on Messi Fernando Gago has warned his Argentina team-mates they will need to do more than "pass the ball only" to Lionel Messi ahead of their World Cup qualifier in Peru on Tuesday. Gago admits Argentina rely too heavily on Messi, which has lead to some below-par performances from the Albiceleste. The Valencia midfielder insists Argentina have begun working on a new style of play to move away from focussing too much on the Barcelona forward. "Having Lionel is a bonus, but Argentina cannot play the ball only to Messi," Gago told Clarin. "We are building a style of play from several sides now." http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/s...gentina-rely-too-much-on-lionel-messi?cc=4716 Messi has scored in 6 straight matches, beating previous record by Batistuta who scored in 5 consecutive games. Also, Chile vs Columbia would be very interesting since Colombia has improve alot under Pekerman in recent match and a lost for Chile means Argentina could possibly extended their lead.