Conmebol World Cup qualifying continues this month with Bolivia hosting Venezuela on Thursday at 9pm (UK time).
Bolivia have not qualified for the World Cup since 1994, while Venezuela are awaiting their first trip to the world stage.
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Where to watch Bolivia vs Venezuela on TV:
- UK: Premier Sports 1
- US: N/A
Scoreline prediction: Bolivia 1-2 Venezuela
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Bolivia vs Venezuela build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Bolivia have only qualified for three World Cups in their history, and the most recent two were separated by over 40 years, with USA ’94 the last time they made it to the final tournament. That qualifying campaign was the final time Conmebol split the process into two groups, with it merging to one round-robin stage for 1998, a format it has kept since. After the opening four games of the group stage, Bolivia sit bottom of the table with just one point and three defeats. They have also conceded the most goals in the group, which sees them below Peru on goal difference.
Venezuela aren’t faring much better in their quest to qualifying for the World Cup for the first time, seventh in the group of 10 after four games, winning one and losing three. That sole victory came last time out and was a big one, as Venezuela beat Chile 2-1 thanks to goals from Luis Mago and Salomon Rondon. As a result they are currently three points behind Paraguay in the final automatic qualification spot, but also three point Uruguay in the inter-confederation play-off place. These World Cup qualifying games will also serve as warm ups for the 2021 Copa America which kicks off later this month.
- Bolivia (vs Ecuador): Rojas; Bejarano, Montero, Justiniano, Flores; Vaca, Wayar, Saavedra, Arce; Miranda, Moreno.
- Venezuela (vs Chile): Farinez; Gonzalez, Angel, Osorio, Mago; Casseres Jr, Moreno, Herrera; Savarino, Rondon, Machis.
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Player to watch: Salomon Rondon (Venezuela)
Venezuela are the lowest scorers in World Cup qualifying so far, netting just two goals in their opening four games. But they are up against the worst defence, so may fancy their chances of adding to their low tally especially with Salomon Rondon in the team.
The former West Bromwich Albion striker, who left the club in 2019 for Chinese side Dalian Professional, spent the second half of 2020/21 on loan in the Russian Premier League with CSKA Moscow. While temporarily staying in Russia, Rondon scored four goals in 10 Premier League games but was unable to help CSKA qualifying for European football.
However, for Venezuela he remains the man and the country’s all-time top goalscorer with 31 goals in 83 appearances. In his past five appearances for Venezuela, Rondon has seven goals, including two in a friendly against Bolivia back in 2019.
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