Union La Calera vs. Velez Sarsfield (Tuesday, 11.15pm)
The hosts kicked off their campaign with a 2-2 draw against LDU Quito but have since suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Flamengo, while the Argentinian outfit have lost both of their first two games to Flamengo and LDU Quito.
We say: Union La Calera 2-2 Velez Sarsfield
With both sides desperate to avoid another defeat, we see this game ending as a draw on Tuesday.
Both sides possess the attacking quality to cause the other team problems, while struggling at the back, potentially making this an end-to-end encounter.
Atletico Mineiro vs. Cerro Porteno (Tuesday, 11.15pm)
However, with third-placed Deportivo La Guaira just two points adrift, neither side will want to reach the midway point with a potentially-costly defeat.
We say: Atletico Mineiro 2-1 Cerro Porteno
Having kept two successive shutouts, the visitors will be confident of causing the upset on Tuesday night. Nevertheless, we are backing the home side to show their class, edging a competitive encounter by the odd goal in three.
Santos vs. The Strongest (Tuesday, 11.15pm)
We say: Santos 1-1 The Strongest
With both sides desperate to record their first victory of the group stage, we see them cancelling each other out on Tuesday.
Both teams have struggled for goals, but have also shown themselves to be leaky in defence, setting the encounter up for a low-scoring draw.
Defensa vs. Palmeiras (Wednesday, 1.30am)
The Argentinian hosts have taken four points from their first two games of Group A, while Palmeiras are sitting pretty at the top following back-to-back victories.
We say: Defensa y Justicia 0-3 Palmeiras
The hosts' large-scale coronavirus outbreak is sure to hamper their aspirations of getting one over their old adversaries once again, and Palmeiras are showing no signs of letting up in their quest for back-to-back continental crowns, so we can only back a resounding win for the Brazilian outfit.
Barcelona vs. Boca Juniors (Wednesday, 1.30am)
Barcelona SC and Boca Juniors square off in the Copa Libertadores on Tuesday night looking to extend their winning streak in Group C to three matches.
While both sides have also kept successive clean sheets, they are aware that defeat in their third outing will open door to Santos and The Strongest.
We say: Barcelona SC 1-2 Boca Juniors
Having scored more goals than their opponents, Barcelona will fancy their chances of overcoming their more illustrious foes. However, we are backing the Argentine outfit to prevail in a close match, one which may include a late winner.
LDU Quito vs. Flamengo (Wednesday, 1.30am)
LDU Quito and Flamengo jostle for the top spot in Group G in the Copa Libertadores on Wednesday, as they both look to build on positive starts to the continental campaign.
The hosts started with a 2-2 draw against Union La Calera in the opening game, before they secured a comfortable 3-1 victory over Velez Sarsfield, while the visitors come into this game having won their first two group matches.
We say: LDU Quito 1-2 Flamengo
While both sides have had impressive starts to the group stage, we see Flamengo outclassing the hosts on Wednesday.
The Brazilian side have shown an impressive combination of attacking and defensive quality, and we see them recording a third consecutive victory.