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Venezuela vs Argentina, Copa America 2019 Quarter-Final – Preview, Prediction, Match Details and Live Streaming

Argentina have a great deal to demonstrate in their 2019 Copa America quarter-final tie against Venezuela on Friday. In the second quarterfinal battle of Copa America 2019 two strong teams, Argentina and Venezuela are going to take on one another so as to get this present season’s trophy. Argentina has stayed lucky this season as they have by one way or another came to the final-eight spot even in the wake of encountering consecutive jolts.

Venezuela vs Argentina Team News


Venezuela put in a strong presentation to progress to the last eight of the 2019 Copa America as they were relatively agreeable champs over Bolivia which implied they completed in second place behind Brazil in Group A.

The result implied the Venezuelans were unbeaten during the group stage with two draws and a success in their name with Darwin Machis getting his side off to an incredible begin against Bolivia before he included a second later and Josef Martinez rounded off the scoring in the 3-1 win.

Venezuela have been reliable in their methodology during the campaign and it would be a shock to see them change things up now as they look to Saloman Rondon to lead the line against a shaky Argentine defence.


Argentina conquered a mind boggling measure of strain to secure the success to advance to the quarter-finals of the Copa America yet greater difficulties than Qatar lie in wait for the Argentines.

Lautaro Martinez’s early strike helped settle the nerves for Argentina yet they just figured out how to put the game to bed in the 82nd minute when Sergio Aguero doubled his side’s lead to put his side through.

After their best performance of the tournament up until now, Lionel Scaloni may select to name an unchanged side for this game yet will in any case expectation figure out how to get the best out of Lionel Messi.

Venezuela vs Argentina Match Odds

Venezuela: 63-10
Argentina: 11-18
Draw: 3-1

Venezuela vs Argentina Head-on-head records

Both Argentina and Venezuela confronted each other in the last edition of Copa America at Quarter-final fight where Messi and squad registered an extraordinary 4-1 triumph. According to the records of their last 20 matches in football fixtures, 18 triumphs went to Argentina squad and just two marked by Venezuela.

Copa America 2019 – Points Table | Venezuela vs Argentina

A 2 Venezuela 31203125
B 2 Argentina 31113304

Venezuela vs Argentina Match Prediction

Argentina advanced to the quarter-finals of the 2019 Copa America however rout here against Venezuela will be esteemed a major disappointment. They will have everything to do against a side that presently can’t seem to taste defeat in the competition and the Venezuelans will extravagant the odds, particularly against Argentina’s defence. Lionel Messi will obviously be key for Argentina however in the event that he is stayed silent, Venezuela can claim the success and send Argentina packing.

Here’s how individuals can watch the Venezuela vs Argentina match and what to know:

When is Venezuela vs Argentina match happening?

The Venezuela vs Argentina match will happen on Friday 28th June 2019 – 20:00 (UK).

Where is Venezuela vs Argentina happening?

The Venezuela vs Argentina match will be played at Estádio do Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

What TV channel is Venezuela vs Argentina on?

This match will be broadcast live on Premier Sports in UK. The Venezuela vs Argentina match will also be available on Telemundo in USA.

Where can people stream Venezuela vs Argentina?

Premier Sport subscribers can stream the match via Premier Player in UK.

For watchers in the United States, the game will be appeared and people can watch it by subscribing to ESPN+ here!

The Venezuela vs Argentina match will likewise live streaming via Telemundo Deportes En Vivo and ESPN+ in USA.

Where can people get tickets for Venezuela vs Argentina?


Venezuela vs Argentina Full Team Squads

Venezuela Team Players

Goalkeepers: Wuilker Farinez, Rafael Romo, Joel Graterol

Defenders: Roberto Rosales, Mikel Villanueva, Rolf Feltscher, John Chancellor, Yordan Osorio, Ronald Hernandez, Luis Mago

Midfielders: Tomas Rincon, Luis Manuel Seijas, Arquimedes Figuera, Jhon Murillo, Darwin Machis, Junior Moreno, Adalberto Penaranda, Yangel Herrera, Luis Gonzalez, Jefferson Savarino

Forwards: Salomon Rondon, Josef Martinez, Fernando Aristeguieta

Argentina Team Players

Goalkeepers: Franco Armani, Agustin Marchesin, Esteban Andrada

Defenders: Nicolas Otamendi, Ramiro Funes Mori, Marcos Acuna, Nicolas Tagliafico, German Pezzella, Renzo Saravia, Juan Foyth

Midfielders: Angel Di Maria, Roberto Pereyra, Giovani Lo Celso, Leandro Paredes, Rodrigo De Paul, Exequiel Palacios, Guido Rodriguez, Ivan Marcone

Forwards: Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Paulo Dybala, Lautaro Martinez, Matias Suarez


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