The Peruvian National Team has the open door this Thursday to make a conclusive stride towards meeting all requirements for the World Cup. Despite the fact that it is actually the case that he will play away against Uruguay, assurance is at its top to beat “Celeste” at home on the penultimate date of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers.
As it occurred against Ecuador, Venezuela and Colombia, the two-shading group readies its weapons to beat a Uruguay that, under the authority of Diego Alonso, has won two sequential successes, whose outcomes have permitted it to be near another pass to a World Cup occasion.
The eleven of the Peruvian National Team is prepared. The main uncertainty was Carlos Zambrano, yet the Boca Juniors protector recuperated from an actual over-burden and will be from here on out shaping the focal safeguard with Alexander Callens.
Peru’s goalscoring trusts are nailed to the hostile harpoon with André Carrillo, Christian Cueva and particularly Gianluca Lapadula who will try to reconnect with rival nets against the double cross best on the planet.
Peru versus Uruguay: conceivable line-ups for the Qualifiers
Peru: Pedro Gallese; Luis Advíncula, Carlos Zambrano, Alexander Callens, Miguel Trauco; Sergio Peña, Renato Tapia, Yoshimar Yotún; André Carrillo, Christian Cueva, Gianluca Lapadula.
Uruguay: Sergio Rochet; Ronald Araújo, Diego Godín, Jose María Giménez, Mathías Olivera; Facundo Pellistri, Lucas Torreira, Rodrigo Bentancur, Federico Valverde; Darwin Nunez, Luis Suarez.
Who is the ref of Peru versus Uruguay?
Anderson Daronco will be responsible for giving equity for the match that Peru will be a guest against Uruguay. The Brazilian official will be helped by his countrymen, linesmen Bruno Pires and Kleber Gil. The VAR will be driven by Wagner Reway, additionally from Brazil.
A detail that isn’t ignored is that Daronco has not yet coordinated the Peruvian Selection at the senior level, despite the fact that he did in youth.
Top scorers from Peru and Uruguay in Qatar 2022 Qualifiers
– Luis Suarez (Uruguay) 7 objectives.
– Christian Cueva (Peru): 5 objectives.
– Giorgian De Arrascaeta (Uruguay): 4 objectives.
– André Carrillo (Peru): 3 objectives.
– Edison Flores (Peru): 2 objectives.
– Sergio Peña (Peru): 2 objectives.
– Edinson Cavani (Uruguay): 2 objectives.
– Renato Tapia (Peru): 2 objectives.