Despite having Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani at their disposal, Uruguay are in wretched form right now, losing two and drawing two of their last four games without scoring a single goal. La Celeste lost 1-0 to Argentina in their Copa America opener. That said, Oscar Tabarez’s men beat Chile 2-1 in their last meeting back in October so they’ll feel confident of at least finding the net here.
Chile, meanwhile, are joint-top of Group B with four points from two games so far. First, they came from behind to salvage a 1-1 draw with Argentina, before beating Bolivia 1-0 last time out thanks to a Ben Brereton (or Ben Brereton Diaz as he’s known in Chile ) goal. La Roja have a superb record in this tournament in recent years, reaching at least the semi-finals in their last three appearances, winning the title twice during that time.
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Uruguay vs Chile: Match Stats
Uruguay have failed to score in their last four matches across all competitions.
Former England youth international and Blackburn Rovers striker Ben Brereton scored his first goal since declaring his allegiance to Chile against Bolivia last time out.
Chile have won two of the last three Copa America titles while they also reached the semi-finals in 2019.
Uruguay are the record 15-time winners of this competition but haven’t lifted the title since 2011. That is their only final appearance in the 21st century.
Fernando Muslera, Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani are all tied on 119 international caps, the third-highest amount in Uruguayan history.
Suarez is Uruguay’s record goalscorer, netting 63 times. Cavani is second with 51.
Uruguay vs Chile: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Uruguay 1-1 Chile
Uruguay vs Chile: Odds
Uruguay vs Chile: Head to Head
08 October 2020 – Uruguay 2-1 Chile – World Cup qualifying
24 June 2019 – Chile 0-1 Uruguay – Copa America
15 November 2016 – Chile 3-1 Uruguay – World Cup qualifying
17 November 2015 – Uruguay 3-0 Chile – World Cup qualifying
24 June 2015 – Chile 1-0 Uruguay – World Cup qualifying
Uruguay have won their last two games against Chile but this has generally been an unpredictable fixture. We’re overdue a draw in this fixture with no stalemates since July 2011, a run consisting of eight games so far.