Chile and Peru face off in the third matchweek of Conmebol qualifying for the 2026 World Cup.
Both Chile and Peru will count themselves among the teams in with a good chance of qualifying for the World Cup, perhaps the best of the rest outside the top names. However, as we all know, Conmebol qualifying is unforgiving and even at this early stage dropped points can be costly.
Fortunately, only three of the 10 teams will fail to make it either to the World Cup or the play-offs, given the final tournament now featuring 48 teams. Chile are currently outside the qualification places, with just one point from their opening two games. The nine-time World Cup participants opened the group in a 3-1 defeat to Uruguay before drawing against Colombia.
Peru have also taken just one point from their first two games, but sit about Chile on goal difference, in the inter-confederation play-off spot — even though it is at an extremely early stage. After opening the group with a draw against Paraguay, Peru then lost 1-0 to Brazil, with Marquinhos scoring a 90th-minute winner.
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When is Chile vs Peru?
Chile vs Peru takes place on Friday 13 October at the Estadio Monumental David Arellano in Santiago, Chile.
What is the kick-off time for Chile vs Peru?
Chile vs Peru will kick-off at 1:00am (UK time).
Where can I watch Chile vs Peru on TV?
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Who is refereeing Chile vs Peru?
Colombian Wilmar Rodan will be the referee for this game.
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Chile team news
Juan Delgado, Nayel Mehssatou, Benjamin Kuscevic and Javier Altamirano have all had to pull out of the Chile squad due to injury. However, the usual names of Alexis Sanchez, Gary Medel and Ben Brereton Diaz are all involved.
Peru team news
There is once again no Gianluca Lapadula for Peru, who has suffered a quiet spell after a fast start to his international career having switched allegiances just a few years ago. Also not involved is Seattle Sounders forward Raul Ruidiaz, with the 33-year-old struggling with injury.
However, Danish-born defender Oliver Sonne will be hoping to make his Peru debut, eligible through his maternal grandmother.
“Of course I would like to play those games. That’s what we are preparing for and if the coach likes me, I have a good performance, I hope there are minutes for me. But, the most important thing is the six points for the team,” he said.
Sonne also has experience modelling for Gucci and Armani, nephew of famous Danish supermodel Helena Christensen. Is there anything he can’t do?
Chile vs Peru Squawka Says
Chile 0-0 Peru