Ecuador and Bolivia go head-to-head in a World Cup qualifying clash in Guayaquil on Friday at 1:30am (UK time).
The hosts are riding high in the fourth and final automatic qualification spot heading into this match, while the visitors are propped up only by Venezuela.
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Scoreline prediction: Ecuador 2-2 Bolivia
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Ecuador vs Bolivia build-up & previous line-ups:
Ecuador took just one point from their final two qualification games in September without scoring a goal, losing 1-0 to Uruguay following a 0-0 draw with Chile. But overall, La Tri have enjoyed a great start to this World Cup qualifying cycle, taking 13 points from nine games and occupying an automatic qualification spot.
They host a Bolivia side in desperate need of a win. Cesar Farias’ men have lost their last two matches, while they have just six points to their name so far. Bolivia have conceded a group-high 22 goals so far which is a shame considering no side in the bottom five has exceeded their 12 goals scored. Finding defensive solidity will be key if Farias is to turn this campaign around.
- Ecuador (vs Uruguay): Ortiz; Castillo, Leon, Torres, Hincapie, Estupinan; Gaibor, Gruezo, Caicedo; Plata, Estrada.
- Bolivia (vs Argentina): Lampe; Jesus Sagredo, Jusino, Haquin, Quinteros, Jose Sagredo; Saavedra, Justiniano, Villarroel; Vaca, Moreno.
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Player to watch: Marcelo Moreno
Chances are Bolivia will once again miss out on World Cup qualification, but that doesn’t mean they can’t do damage to the prospects of other nations. After all, they do have the group’s top goalscorer at their disposal.
Marcelo Moreno has netted eight goals in eight appearances so far, sitting two clear of his nearest rival, Neymar. Granted, the 34-year-old has fired a blank in two of his last three qualifiers, but he did net a brace against Uruguay during the previous break, while he found the net in Bolivia’s last meeting with Ecuador.
While Moreno is on the pitch, Bolivia always stand a chance of hurting the opposition.
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