One of South America's most heated rivalry begins another chapter. This Wednesday, November 17th, at 8:00 pm. ET at the National Stadium in Lima, Peru will face Chile in what is known as "El Clasico del Pacifico". A lot of history between both countries makes this game a classic. Every time they meet, even in friendlies, the game goes to another level. Peru comes into the game sitting at the bottom of the table with Bolivia and Colombia with 10 points, but with only a three point difference from the 4th place team. Peru needs to win all of its home games and a couple of games away in order to contend for a spot that would send them to Germany '06 or the play-off against the Oceania winner. Peru have only won one game, drawn two, and lost two at home. Out of a possible 15 points at home, Peru has only rescued 5. They've scored 6 goals and allowed 7 at home. Chile comes into the game sitting in 5th place with 13 points. Chile has rescued 7 points outside of Santiago. They have scored 6 goals and allowed 6 away from home. Chile will be without strikers Salas and Navia due to injuries. Peru will be without defenders Galliquio and Rebosio due to injuries. Peru has players with minor injuries in Solano, Soto, Jayo, and Pizarro, but they are likely to start. Chile won the first leg in Santiago 2-1. From wars, to ships, to land, this game means a lot to both. Peru can't lose against Chile and Chile can't lose against Peru. Peru wins 2-1 Let's get it on!