Peru and New Zealand meet in an international friendly on Sunday at Espanyol’s Estadi Cornella-El Prat in Barcelona (4.30pm kick-off, UK time).
Danny Hay’s All Whites have a huge month ahead of themselves as they prepare to face Costa Rica in their CONCACAF–OFC play-off match for a place at the 2022 World Cup. This contest in Catalonia against Peru represents a big opportunity to get some much-needed minutes in ahead of that showdown at the Al Rayyan Stadium in Qatar on June 14. Ricardo Gareca’s Peru face a similar fate in the AFC v CONMEBOL play-offs, where they await the winner of United Arab Emirates vs Australia.
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Peru team news
Long-term coach Ricardo Gareca knows that this match could be crucial to generate some momentum and just keep his charges ticking over. The likes of Christian Cueva, Renato Tapia, Gianluca Lapadula, Andre Carrillo, Luis Advincula, Miguel Trauco and Pedro Gallese will all play a huge part this month.
New Zealand team news
Winston Reid hasn’t had a lot of game time in recent years owing to injury issues but the former West Ham defender and New Zealand skipper will be crucial if Hay’s side are to navigate a path to Qatar this month. Newcastle forward Chris Wood, Torino’s Matthew Garbett and Empoli defender Liberato Cacace could all be difference-makers when they face Costa Rica.
Scoreline prediction: Peru 1-1 New Zealand
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