Uruguay will be looking to put their disappointing World Cup qualifying result against Paraguay when they visit Venezuela on Tuesday evening (23:30 UK time).
La Celeste nevertheless find themselves within touching distance of the automatic qualification spots whilst it’s looking increasingly likely their hosts will not reach Qatar 2022.
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Where to watch Venezuela vs Uruguay on TV:
- UK: FreeSports
- US: FuboTV
Scoreline prediction: Venezuela 1-2 Uruguay
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Venezuela vs Uruguay build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
José Peseiro’s men couldn’t make it back-to-back WCQ wins as they suffered a 3-1 win loss at Bolivia subsequently keeping them in the bottom two and four points behind the automatic qualification spots. La Vinotinto are the poorest scorers having registered just three goals whilst conceding nine times which is the third leakiest defence.
As for their more illustrious opponents Uruguay sit behind fourth place Paraguay, who occupy the final automatic World Cup qualification spot, due to an inferior goal-difference. However, they go into this latest fixture on a two-game winless streak, and having won just one of their previous four WCQ games. Oscar Tabárez’s men though won their most recent WCQ away game (0-3 at Colombia in November 2020).
- Venezuela (vs Bolivia): Graterol; Rosales, Ángel, Chancellor, Villanueva; Moreno; González, Rincón, Cásseres Jr, Otero; Aristeguieta.
- Uruguay (vs Paraguay): Muslera; Godín, Cáceres, Giménez; González, Bentancur, Valverde, Vecino, Viña; Rodríguez, Suárez.
Neither side picked up any fresh injury or suspension concerns in their previous matches.
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Player to watch: Luis Suárez (Uruguay)
Uruguay have now gone two consecutive WCQ games without scoring, which is somewhat concerning when you consider the firepower at Oscar Tabárez’s disposal, that being said they’ll fancy their chances of getting back on track when they visit a Venezuela team struggling to keep it tight at the back. Their problems will no doubt pique Luis Suárez’s interest with him going into this fixture having netted four goals across his last four WCQ outings. However in five previous meetings he’s never managed to breach La Vinotinto‘s defence.
World Cup qualifying recent form:
- Venezuela: LWLLL
- Uruguay: DLWLW
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