Tue. Dec 7th, 2021

    A win for Chile is a must as it looks to stay in contention in CONMEBOL qualifying

    Chile hosts Venezuela in 2022 World Cup qualifying, hoping to pick up maximum points against the South American strugglers.

    Watch Chile vs Venezuela on fuboTV (free 7-day trial)

    After winning its last game, Chile sits five points outside the inter-confederation play-off spot in CONMEBOL, but has a favourable fixture against 10th place Venezuela.

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

    TV channel, live stream & how to watch

    In the United States (US), Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifiers can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (watch with a 7-day free trial).

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    Team news & rosters

    PositionChile roster
    Goalkeepers Bravo, Arias, Castellon
    Defenders Medel, Isla, Maripan, Roco, P Diaz, Vegas, N Diaz
    Midfielders Vidal, Aranguiz, Pulgar, Jimenez, Valdes, Baeza, Alarcon, Galdames, Nunez, Montecinos
    Forwards Sanchez, Sagal, Meneses, Mora, Palacios, Brereton Diaz

    Chile bounced back from a defeat to Peru with a 2-0 win over Paraguay in its last game with Blackburn’s Ben Brereton opening the scoring.

    The Stoke-born forward is expected to start up front again, but Chile will be without midfielder Charles Aranguiz who was sent off against Paraguay.

    Predicted Chile starting XI: Bravo; Isla, Maripan, Diaz, Vegas; Nunez, Vidal, Pulgar, Meneses; Brereton Diaz, Sanchez.

    PositionVenezuela roster
    Goalkeepers Farinez, Graterol, Romero
    Defenders Rosales, Hernandez, Chancellor, Ferraresi, A Martinez, Gonzalez, Carrillo, Mejias, Bonilla, Makoun
    Midfielders Rincon, Moreno, Machis, Soltedo, Penaranda, Casseres, J Martinez, Manzano, Castillo, Bello
    Forwards Aristeguieta, Cordova, J Hurtado, Ramirez, B Hurtado

    Eduard Bello scored his first international goal for Venezuela in its 2-1 win over Ecuador, which was only Venezuela’s second win of the campaign.

    As a result, it only has seven points so far in qualifying, but still has a very slim chance of climbing the table if it can pick up three points against Chile.

    Predicted Venezuela starting XI: Farinez; Hernandez, A Martinez, Ferraresi, O Gonzalez; Rincon, J Martinez; Bello, Machis, Penaranda; Ramirez.

    Last five results

    Chile resultsVenezuela results
    Chile 2-0 Paraguay (Oct 10)Venezuela 2-1 Ecuador (Oct 10)
    Peru 2-0 Chile (Oct 7)Venezuela 1-3 Brazil (Oct 7)
    Colombia 3-1 Chile (Sep 9)Paraguay 2-1 Venezuela (Sep 9)
    Ecuador 0-0 Chile (Sep 5)Peru 1-0 Venezuela (Sep 5)
    Chile 0-1 Brazil (Sep 2)Venezuela 1-3 Argentina (Sep 2)


    11/17/2020Venezuela 2-1 Chile
    3/29/2017Chile 3-1 Venezuela
    3/26/2016Venezuela 1-4 Chile
    11/14/2014Chile 5-0 Venezuela
    9/6//2013Chile 3-0 Venezuela
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