The teams of Chile and Venezuela will go head to head, as the two countries have a match in the fourth round of the CONMEBOL qualifiers for the South American FIFA World Cup 2022 planned for Tuesday at the Estadio Olímpico de la UCV. The two nations are in the lower half of the standings in zone South America, with Venezuela sitting in 9th place without any points of yet, while their next adversaries are up at 6th place on four.
Chile goes to Caracas in a confident mindset after a fine win over Peru on Saturday and they will be hoping to make it two successes from two win they face battling Venezuela.
When the whipping boys of South American football, Venezuela has surely improved lately yet despite those enhancements, have made a frustrating beginning toward the South American qualifying campaign with 3 successive defeats up until this point and no goals scored.
Interestingly, the Chileans have made a superior beginning to the group, getting 4 points from 3 games including that prevail upon Peru and a home draw with Colombia. While they may have a similar quality as the team who won the Copa America in 2016, Chile can even now depend on experienced campaigners like Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal.
Past meetings do recommend Chile ought to be hopeful of guaranteeing another 3 points here having won on every one of their last 6 visits to Venezuela since 2000. To be sure, having won every one of their 5 latest matches with the Venezuelans, scoring 17 goals all the while.
Chile have failed to win their last 7 away World Cup qualifiers since 2016, in any case, given the poor form of the hosts, they get each opportunity of getting their first success since a 4:1 success against their rivals here in 2016.
Venezuela has lost every one of the three conflicts in the World Cup qualifiers this season as of recently. The host has failed to try and score a goal in any of those fixtures while yielding 5 goals simultaneously. They will host after a 1-0 loss on the road against Brazil’s last break in the qualifiers.
Chile is in a mixed form in the qualifiers, with one every one of all potential results in their form. The visitor has gotten 4 points in the table from success and a draw within three appearances. They are unbeaten in the last two matches, following a 2-0 success at home against Peru in the experience.
La Vinotinto come from enduring an expected defeat against Brazil at the Morumbi Stadium a week ago, however now they need to step up and beat the motivated Chile that will attempt to keep their great moment in the qualifiers.
Chile just won another edition of the ‘Clásico del Pacífico’ against Perú, because of two goals by Arturo Vidal. The Chilean side currently need to keep their great movement against the debilitated Venezuelans, who need a triumph at the earliest opportunity.
Venezuela completed second in their group at Copa America 2019 behind Brazil however in front of inevitable losing finalists Peru.
They drew 0-0 with the two teams who challenged the final and won 3-1 against Bolivia. They were knocked out in the second round after a 2-0 misfortune to Argentina.
Venezuela have begun their 2022 World Cup qualifying inadequately. They lost 3-0 away to Colombia and 1-0 at home to Paraguay before a 1-0 defeat away to Brazil on Friday.
The main current Venezuela player is seemingly winger Darwin Machis who plays for Granada in La Liga. He got support when his side beat Bolivia in 2019 Copa America.
Midfielders Arquímedes Figuera and Darwin Machís were excluded from the squad for this round of qualifiers.
Chile were losing semi-finalists at the 2019 Copa America after a 3-0 defeat to Peru before Argentina beat them 2-1 in the third spot playoff.
After the competition they played four friendly matches and won 3-2 against Guinea however lost two and drew one of those conflicts.
In their 2020 World Cup qualification campaign, they began with a 2-1 misfortune to Uruguay before a 2-2 draw at home against Colombia.
In their last match, Chile beat Peru 2-0 at home as Arturo Vidal scored two first-half goals with star man Alexis Sanchez just fit enough for the seat.
Inconceivably experienced goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is back in the Chile squad and kept a clean sheet in the success against Peru.
Arturo Vidal is his side’s key midfielder and he sacked a brace against Peru and has scored in three of his last four matches for Chile.
In attack, Alexis Sanchez of Inter Milan scored against both Uruguay and Chile recently. He just played six minutes against Peru because of fitness issues and may need to agree to a place on the seat once more.
Gary Medel is critical at the back as the captain yet he is harmed for this game as is Eduardo Vargas who has 38 goals in 93 caps in advance for Chile.
Venezuela vs Chile Head-to-head (h2h)
Chile have the advantage over Venezuela in their all-time duels. Venezuela won 2 direct matches. Chile won 11 matches while 2 games finished in a draw.
Chile hold a 13-2 advantage over Venezuela across the 17 meetings played between these adversaries with 2 drawn matches.
At the point when they last played, Chile won 3-1 at home in 2017 as Alexis Sanchez and an Esteban Paredes brace sealed the success.
The guest has been unbeaten in their last five meetings. Their experience gave a 3-1 home success for Chile. The two teams have scored in the recent two fixtures.
Just two of their last ten conflicts have finished in a draw. The host has been winless in the entirety of their games at home.
Venezuela vs Chile Match Information
- Date: Tuesday, 17 November 2020
- Time: 4:00 PM (ET)/1:00 PM (PT)
- Location: Estadio Olímpico de la UCV, Caracas
- Venezuela vs Chile: Time In The U.S By State
- ET: 4:00 PM
- CT: 3:00 PM
- MT: 2:00 PM
- PT: 1:00 PM
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Venezuela vs Chile Prediction
Notwithstanding a fighting performance against Brazil on Friday night where they just lost by a lone goal, Venezuela stay pointless after three games and they are yet to find the net. That is seemingly brutal on them given that their performances have maybe deserved more, however, the fact remains that they urgently need to need to get a few points here to avoid being caught adrift in qualification.
Visiting Chile – who got their first success of the campaign against Peru last break – won’t be feeling beneficent, however. The Chileans have won the last five meetings between the two teams and basically have greater quality in their positions contrasted with the hosts so they are liked to sneak an away win here in a match that is probably going to be low scoring.
Venezuela has lost three conflicts in a row, and Jose Peseiro will make a decent attempt to pull back his team from the consecutive defeats in their schedule. The host has scored no goals in each of the three defeats, which shows that their forefront isn’t effective. Also, the shaky defense will open doors for the adversaries in the game.
Chile has been a strong competitor from South American football, and their attack will be difficult for the host to keep under control. The guest has lost just one of their last five conflicts in the schedule. Thus, they will come in hot with a good form on the road.
The double chance preferring Chile will likely be the smartest choice for the punters, thinking about the away team’s overall presentation in the campaign this term.
Chile’s superior individual class – as typified by Arturo Vidal’s miracle strike a week ago – ought to demonstrate enough to leave Venezuela’s Estadio Olimpico having gained a significant win on Tuesday.
The hosts presently can’t seem to try and enroll a goal in three games and that absence of attacking danger should leave Reinaldo Rueda’s guests to press forward freely unafraid of retaliation.
Venezuela vs Chile Team Squads
Goalkeepers: José Contreras, Joel Graterol, Wuilker Faríñez
Defenders: Oscar Conde, Alexander González, Yordan Osorio, Jhon Chancellor, Luis Mago, Roberto Rosales, Rolf Feltscher, Jean Fuentes, Wilker Ángel
Midfielders: Tomás Rincón, Rómulo Otero, Jhon Murillo, Arquímedes Figuera, Yeferson Soteldo, Juan Pablo Añor, Yangel Herrera, Cristhian Rivas, Jefferson Savarino, Bernaldo Manzano, Darwin Machís, Cristian Cásseres, Junior Moreno.
Forwards: Salomón Rondón, Fernando Aristeguieta, Jan Carlos Hurtado, Darwin Machís
Goalkeepers: Claudio Bravo, Omar Carabalí, Brayan Cortés
Defenders: Sebastián Vegas, Paulo Díaz, Guillermo Maripán, Nicolás Díaz, Mauricio Isla, Francisco Sierralta, Jean Beausejour, Yonathan Andía
Midfielders: Pablo Parra, César Pinares, Arturo Vidal, Jean Meneses, Erick Pulgar, Rodrigo Echeverría, Claudio Baeza
Forwards: Andrés Vilches, Diego Rubio, Alexis Sánchez, Niklas Castro, Fabián Orellana, Carlos Palacios, Felipe Mora