Another country with an outside shot at World Cup qualification ahead of next summer, Peru will feel disappointed if they don't finish the campaign strongly.
Away form has cost a promising side better results in qualification, with a group of talented youngsters emerging to support the likes of Jefferson Farfan, Juan Vargas and Claudio Pizarro.
An upcoming home fixture with Uruguay will be key to their hopes, while qualification could potentially do wonders for a country very much on the rise in footballing terms.
Rock bottom in qualifying, Paraguay's position is far from representative of where they could be in the standings. After all, this is a side that came second at the Copa America just two years ago.
A recent upturn in results under manager Gerardo Pelusso came to an end with defeats to Ecuador and Chile, but there have at least been some signs of hope for the future.
Paraguay are blessed with some talented players currently showing their wares at the Under-20 World Cup, and the hope will be to integrate several of that group as attention switches to the 2015 and 2016 Copa Americas.
Bolivia may not be bottom of the qualification table, but there is little doubting that they are the weakest football side in the CONMEBOL federation at present.
Attacking midfielders Jhasmani Campos and Rudy Cardozo are talented playmakers, while Marcelo Moreno is a more than decent striker, but there is a lack of ability across the squad.
Home victories against some of their weaker rivals have managed to somewhat hide their deficiencies, but Bolivian football still has a long way to go.