Bolivia vs Peru: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview

Gianluca Lapadula - Peru - Copa America 2021
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La Blanquirroja made ground on the top four of their group with victory against Ecuador and will hope for more points against La Verde

Peru will go in search of back-to-back wins on the road to the Qatar 2022 World Cup against Bolivia in a CONMEBOL qualifier at Estadio Hernando Siles in La Paz.

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La Blanquirroja gained ground on the top four of their federation-wide group with victory against Ecuador and will hope to snap up three more points against La Verde this weekend.

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Ahead of the game, Goal has the details of how to watch on TV, stream online, team news and more.

Games Bolivia vs Peru
Date October 10, 2021
Times 4pm ET, 1pm PT
Stream fubo TV (7-day free trial)

TV channel, live stream & how to watch

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U.S. TV channel Online stream
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Team news & rosters

Position Bolivia roster
Goalkeepers Lampe, Cordano, Jairo Cuellar*, Gutierrez*, Sandy*
Defenders Bejarano, Jose Sagredo, Haquin, Jusino, Fernandez, Quinteros, Jesus Sagredo, Enoumba, Reyes, M. Alvarez*, S. Alvarez*, Barbery*, Barbosa*, Guzman*, Prieto*, Rodriguez*, Vaca*, J. Velasco*
Midfielders Justiniano, Saavedra, R. Vaca, H. Vaca, Saucedo, Villarroel, Ribera, Cespedes, Gonzales, Villamil, Lima*, W. Velasco*
Forwards Moreno, Arce, Ramallo, Algaranaz, Chura, Abrego, Jaume Cuellar, Garcia, Gutierrez, Orozco, Briceno*, Flores*, Martinez*, Montenegro*, Salvatierra*, Tomianovic*, Torrico*, Uzeda*

*denotes uncapped player

With a huge 50-man-plus squad at his disposal, Cesar Farias has stuck with his old hands so far - but La Verde were unable to lift themselves off the canvas against Ecuador last time out after conceding three times in the space of six minutes.

Back on home soil now, they'll hope to spring an upset against their visitors, and could well add some new blood as they hope to throw a spanner into the works.

Predicted Bolivia starting XI:  Lampe; Jesus Sagredo, Jusino, Haquin, Quinteros, Jose Sagredo; R. Vaca, Justiniano, Cespedes; H. Vaca, Moreno.

Position Peru roster
Goalkeepers Gallese, Carvallo, Caceda
Defenders Advincula, Ramos, Trauco, Zambrano, Abram, Santamaria, Callens, Araujo, Lopez, Lora
Midfielders Yotun, Cueva, Carrillo, Tapia, Flores, Aquino, Gonzales, Pena, Cartagena, Garcia, Costa
Forwards Guerrero, Farfan, Ruidiaz, Lapadula, Ormeno

With victory already secured once in October, Ricardo Gareca will be looking to make it two from two as La Blanquirroja set about their pursuit of an unlikely place at next year's tournament.

His squad has experience in spades and he'll hope they can turn on the style again after Christian Cueva and Sergio Pena scored the goals against Chile last time out.

Predicted Peru starting XI:  Gallese; Advincula, Ramos, Callens, Trauco; Aquino, Yotun; Cueva, Pena, Flores; Guerrero.

Last five results

Bolivia results Peru results
Ecuador 3-0 Bolivia (Oct 7) Peru 2-0 Chile (Oct 7)
Argentina 3-0 Bolivia (Sep 9) Brazil 2-0 Peru (Sep 9)
Uruguay 4-2 Bolivia (Sep 5) Peru 1-0 Venezuela (Sep 5)
Bolivia 1-1 Colombia (Sep 2) Peru 1-1 Uruguay (Sep 2)
Bolivia 1-4 Argentina (Jun 28) Colombia 3-2 Peru (Jul 9)


Date Result
6/18/2019 Bolivia 1-3 Peru
8/31/2017 Peru 2-1 Bolivia
9/1/2016 Bolivia 0-3 Peru*
6/25/2015 Bolivia 1-3 Peru
10/15/2013 Peru 1-1 Bolivia

*awarded to Peru