Peru will face Paraguay in World Cup Qualifier Match on March 29 at the Estadio Antonio Aranda. Here, you will know when, where, and how to watch Peru vs Paraguay along with the lineup and predictions.
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Venue: Estadio Antonio Aranda in Ciudad del Este
TV Channel: Sky Sports
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Paraguay is in fifth place in the standings, one point ahead of Colombia in the race for a playoff berth. To make the playoffs, they’ll need to score as many points as possible. Paraguay will have to make do without Robert Morales, who is out with a knee injury. Due to suspension, Blas Riveros and three other players will miss the game.
On Friday, Peru was denied an automatic FIFA World Cup berth after losing 1-0 to Uruguay at home. They had been unbeaten in seven games in all competitions before that, with five victories and two draws. Paraguay will have to make do without Robert Morales, who is out with a knee injury. Due to suspension, Blas Riveros and three other players will miss the game.
When and Where is Peru vs. Paraguay?
Date: The match will be held on March 29, Tuesday
Time: The kickoff will start at 7.30 pm ET
Loction: The Mstch will take place at Estadio Antonio Aranda in Ciudad del Este. So, Paraguay will be hosing this match. The venue has a capacity of 23,500 people. Watch the match from the stadium if you are someone from there.
How to Watch Peru vs. Paraguay on TV?
- Sky Sports
Sky Sports has the right to telecast Peru vs. Paraguay live on TV. You will need to log in with your cable TV operator’s details to watch the match there. If you still don’t have the channel in your box, contact your operator soon.
How to Live Stream?
FuboTV has the right to live stream Peru vs Paraguay match online. You will need to subscribe to Fubo for $64.99 per month. You will be able to watch a lot of exciting sports events all over the month through your subscription.
Paraguay head into the game with a superior record in this fixture, claiming 23 wins from the last 54 meetings between the two teams.
Peru have picked up 17 wins in this period, while 14 games have ended all square. However, Peru are unbeaten in their last eight meetings with Paraguay since 2014, claiming an impressive seven wins and one draw.
Peru Team News:
The hosts will be without the services of Al-Hilal Saudi midfielder Andre Carrillo, who was hooked off injured midway through the game against Uruguay on Friday. Miguel Araujo is back in training after contacting COVID-19.
Gallese; Advíncula, Zambrano, Callens, Trauco; Tapia; Gonzales, Pena, Yotun, Cueva; Lapadula
- Injured: Andre Carrillo
- Doubtful: Miguel Araujo
Paraguay Team News:
Paraguay will make do with the absence of Robert Morales, who is recuperating from a knee injury. Blas Riveros and three more players will miss the game through suspension.
Silva; Rojas, Gomez, Balbuena, Arzamendia; Sanchez, Ortiz, Cubas; Almiron, A Romero, Enciso
- Injured: Robert Morales
- Suspended: Blas Riveros, Gustavo Gomez, Miguel Almiron and Mathias Villasanti
Peru has been completely dominant in this match and will be confident of extending their winning streak and claiming all three points to secure a playoff berth.
Prediction: Peru 1- 0 Paraguay.