Colombia picked up their second group win in World Cup 2014 after overcoming Ivory Coast in a hard fought battle this midweek.
Both teams won their opening fixture and are keen on securing that knock out stages spot by grabbing a second win.
Only being placed as substitute player on Ivory Coast opening fixture against Japan, Didier Drogba proved his importance by inspiring his team into victory in that game.
That influential display didn't go unnoticed by the African side's head coach, Sabri Lamouchi, who admitted to the press that Drogba is an essential part of his team.
Colombia made a bright start on their World Cup 2014 campaign after defeating European side, Greece on Saturday.
Both teams are keen on grabbing all three points that could help their chance in advancing into the next stage of World Cup, knowing that they are placed in a pretty equal group.
Being included on Colombia's 30-men provisional squad for upcoming World Cup 2014 despite still recovering from his injury apparently left some thinking for Radamel Falcao.
Although admitting that his condition is improving and there haven't been any signs of relapse with his knee problems, but Falcao still isn't sure whether he can provide much help for Colombia national team, especially since he has been out for to long.
Colombia's striker, Teoefilo Gutierrez might not be a household name in current world football scene as the River Plate player isn't competing in top European clubs as just yet, but things might turned out different for him this summer should he participate in World Cup 2014.
Colombian star striker, Radamel Falcao, picked up a bad injury not long ago which looks to jeopardize his shot in playing for 2014 World Cup, but his strike partnership in the national side, Jackson Martinez, still believes that the Monaco attacker will return for Brazil.
Paraguay 1-2 Colombia highlights: Already securing their place in the 2014 World Cup didn't stop Colombia for pushing for all three points on their final group game of South American qualifier as they defeated home team Paraguay this midweek.
Radamel Falco's big money move to Monaco was somewhat a big surprise for many people, but the Colombian international explained that his decision was far from a surprise since the French outfit are setting up huge project with him as one of the main pieces.
New Monaco striker, Radamel Falcao spoke to the press on Thursday, June 13 to share his hope for the new season saying that he is very keen on helping his new team achieving their ambition, which is winning some titles by the end of next season.
Colombia 2-0 Peru highlights: Colombia continue their attempt in snatching automatic qualification place for the upcoming 2014 World Cup as they picked up an important home win over Peru this past midweek.