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WCQ: Peru vs Colombia Live Stream Football and Soccer Streams 03 Jun 2021

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WCQ: Peru vs Colombia Live Stream Football and Soccer Streams 03 Jun 2021 | FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CONMEBOL Football en Vivo

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Match Information

Match: Peru vs Colombia

Competition: FIFA World Cup Qualifiers CONMEBOL 2020

Date: Thursday 3rd June 2021

Kick-off time: 12:00 AM (UK)

Stadium: Estadio Unico — Santiago del Estero, Peru

Capacity: 49,205

Address: Av. Miguel Ignácio Curi, 111 – Artur Alvim, São Paulo – SP, 08295-005, Peru

TV Channel: None (UK) FITE, Fanatiz USA (USA) beIN Sports HD 1 (Middle East)

Live Streaming: LMI Sports ( World Wide)

  • Odds: Peru -200; Draw +290; Colombia +550 (via William Hill Sportsbook)

Storylines

Peru: A team with a big name but very little to show for it, Peru has been more bark than bite for years now. The team is shifting towards a younger generation of players, can they gel with Lionel Messi leading the way? Expect Nicolas Gonzalez (Stuttgart) to get plenty of minutes thanks to his performances this past season. As always, the pressure will be on an average defense to contain opposing tackers. But in attack, they new Barca teammates Messi and Sergio Aguero be compatible on the pitch?

Colombia: It’s been a slow start for the Colombiaans, who have one win from four. They are still within striking distance, but they’ve got to pick it up soon. The defense has been the issue, conceding six goals in four games. There needs to be more pressure in the middle defensively, and with the news of the team being without Arturo Vidal, the options are minimal. Charles Aranguiz (Leverkusen) is going to have to do it all in the middle if the Colombiaans are to have a shot at pulling this one off.

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