Chile vs Peru – Prediction (World Cup – Qual. – 13.11.2020)

H2H: Chile v Peru – Comparison.

Arturo Vidal netted both goals for Chile the last time they hosted Peru, and was Chile’s first goalscorer against Colombia in their last match. Peru’s Edison Flores has netted two goals against Chile, whilst five of his last seven international strikes came in the second half. None of the last 17 H2Hs between these Pacific Coast rivals were drawn (Chile: W12, L5). The last four games featured at least one goal in or after the 85th minute.

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Chile Insights.

Chile are still searching for their first win of this FIFA World Cup qualification (WCQ) campaign (D1, L1) and have only opened the scoring in one of their last ten internationals (W1, D4, L5 – outcomes at 90 minutes). Interestingly, they’ve also conceded in or after the 80th minute in their last four matches that didn’t end goalless. However, they are at least unbeaten in three games on home soil (W2, D1), with their last two such matches seeing them complete their scoring with two goals within five minutes of each other. Encouragingly, they’ve won the last seven home H2Hs against Peru, with only one of those fixtures producing under 2.5 goals.

Peru Insights.

Peru also have just one point to show from their first two WCQ outings (D1, L1) and like their opponents, they are vulnerable late on, conceding five times in or after the 80th minute across their last four matches. Whilst only trailing at HT in one of their previous seven fixtures (HT: W1, D5), they did still receive an average of 1.86 yellow cards per game during that sequence. Winless in three matches outside of Peru (D1, L2), their last five such games saw the scoring completed in one half. Despite their poor recent record in Chile, they have scored an average of one goal per game across the last nine away H2Hs (D1, L8). Seven (77.78%) of those nine strikes came after HT.

Match Info and Live Scores.

Competition: SOUTH AMERICA: World Cup – Qualification.
Kick off: 13.11.2020, 20:30 UTC.
Venue: Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos (Santiago de Chile).

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