The coming fixtures decide this puppy. Chile - Uruguay: I think Chile can do it. Uruguay has lost steam, today they looked tired. There is a certain lack of creativity in the middle. They can compensate some when they have spaces, though, and Chile often does that. Those red cards Chileans keep getting is because of the big spaces left at the back, when one of them must retreat fast and stop the counter at any price. My bet is that Chile wins this, in a close shave. 2-1 or so. Peru - Colombia: Peruvian teams get tired fast. As the tournament advances, we'll see less and less running, and the stamina in each game starts running low. Colombia is the opposite: some of the fastest, biggest players, who still haven't been pushed to the limit. Colombia is on the way up, Peru on the way up. Probably one of those games that Peru starts winning, only to get tired and end up losing. My bet is a Colombian win, 3-1. Paraguay - Ecuador: This is it. The game that decides how good Paraguay really is. They are South America's France: able to beat Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, and then losing to Peru, Venezuela and Bolivia. France is just like that, beating Germany or Spain and then losing to Belarus or Finland. I have no idea how this one is going to go. Bet Ecuador dominated the first half, with the fast runners they got. If they score a goal early, then I don't see Paraguay winning. I'm thinking a 1-1 tie.