29-match unbeaten Argentina will host Venezuela in a World Cup Qualification match on 25 March 2022, at 11:30 EI pm GMT. Here you will know, when, where, and how to watch Argentina vs. Venezuela along with odds and predictions.
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Venue: La Bombenera
TV Channel: Premier Sports
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The Copa America champions will play at home at La Bombonera, home of the Boca Juniors. They must expect a full stadium as it will be their last match at home before the world cup.
Both the teams have nothing to lose as the Albicelestes are already qualified for the World Cup 2022, while Venezuela can no longer make it to Qatar, sitting right at the bottom of the table.
With Argentina enjoying a world record unbeaten run and good chemistry between the players, Venezuela can hardly expect anything out of the match. The visiting side has lost 4 out of the last 5 games in the competition. The more bad news is that Venezuela was unable to win any of their last 7 away matches. On the other hand, Lionel Scaloni’s side has won 4 of their last 5 home matches and drawn one.
The facts hint that it is going to be a one-sided match, with goals to come in favor of the home side. Let’s see if Lionel Messi can pile up one more hat-trick in his bag, or the visiting side makes them upset.
When and Where is Argentina vs. Venezuela Match Take Place?
Date: The match will be held on Friday 25th March 2022.
Time: The kickoff will start at The match will kick off at 11:30 pm GMT.
Venue: The match will take place at the La Bombenera, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
So, this will be a home match for Argentina. You will be able to watch the match from the stadium by buying tickets for the event.
How to Watch Argentina vs. Venezuela Match Online and on TV?
Premier Sports has the right to broadcast this exciting match on TV. You will need a cable TV subscription t watch the match on the channel. They show many quality sports events on their channel. They will be broadcasting the event from 11.30 pm GMT.
In the Indian region, you can watch the full match on the Sony Network. call your cable operator if you are out of the network.
The live stream of Argentina vs. Venezuela will be available in Premier Player and ESPN+. You will need to buy their monthly pass to watch this match there. The monthly subscription fee will cost you £9.99.
Argentina Team News
Argentina is expected to miss some crucial players against Venezuela due to Covid 19 suspension and injuries. The regular starter goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez will not be available. Lautaro Martinez, Argentina’s top scorer in this competition, will not play. Tottenham star Christian Romero will also miss the match. Di Maria is also set to be absent. Meanwhile, Lionel Scaloni may bring in some fresh talent to start the match. Franco Armani is expected to be in as the goalkeeper in a 4-3-3 formation.
Manager: Lionel Scaloni
Franco Armani; Montiel, Pezzella, Otamendi, Tagliafico; De Paul, Paredes, Alexis Mac Allister; Messi, Julian Alvarez, Nico Gonzalez
Predicted formation: 4-3-3
Venezuela Team News
On the other hand, Venezuela is expected to play with their full strength, all the players are available on Jose Pakerman’s side. Their top scorer Salomon Rondon is rumored to start the match in a 4-2-3-1 formation.
Venezuela’s Starting XI:
Manager: José Pékerman
Wuilker Farinez; Ronald Hernandez, Nahuel Ferraresi, Jhon Chancellor, Miguel Navarro; Jose Martinez, Yangel Herrera; Darwin Machis, Romulo Otero, Jefferson Savarino; Salomon Rondon.
Predicted Formation: 4-2-3-1
The last head-to-head match between Argentina vs Venezuela was on matchday 9 in the CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers. Argentina beat Venezuela by 3-1 in that game in Venezuela. Lautaro Martinez, Joaquin Correa, and Angel Correa each scored a goal for Argentina. Yeferson Soteldo put one back for Venezuela.
In their last 10 meetings, Argentina has won 6, lost 2, and drawn 2.
After deeply analyzing all the facts and current forms of the players and so on, Surprise Sports’ experts predict a possible scoreline for a match.
Playing in the home ground with Lionel Messi in the team, Argentina will surely fancy more goals. With Franco Armani at the goalpost, who is not a regular starter, and Christian Romero unavailable in the heart of the defense, Argentina may concede a goal.
Our experts expect at least 3 goals altogether in this match. Argentina may take the lead in the first half. A draw is most likely out of the question.
Prediction: Argentina 3-1 Venezuela