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Peru vs Uruguay Predictions

Published on 1:30am GMT 16 October 2019

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Peru vs Uruguay Predictions

Peru made it through to the Copa America Final against the odds but just didn’t have what it takes to beat the favourites Brazil on the day and just last weekend they made the trip to Uruguay for a friendly which they narrowly lost 1-0, despite beating Uruguay on penalties on their way to the final in the summer.

All of the stats make a draw look very likely between these two countries on Wednesday and we’ve backed the pair, who are both without some key players, to play out a goalless draw.

Under 2.5 goals have been produced in four of the last seven meetings between these two nations, which includes Uruguay’s 1-0 win over Peru in Saturday’s reverse fixture.

Peru have won three and lost three of their last six matches, while Uruguay have only lost one of their last six matches, which was against Peru in the Copa America on penalties after the pair had played out a goalless draw, so you can start to see why we’re expecting another stalemate on Saturday.

Uruguay have drawn three of their last six matches after ninety minutes and remain unbeaten in their last four away games, and Peru have failed to win any of their last three home games. The performances of both nations since May only add weight to our prediction of a low-scoring affair this Wednesday, as under 2.5 goals were produced in four of Peru’s and four of Uruguay’s last six matches. The hosts have kept three clean sheets in their last six matches, as have their guests, which is why we’ve backed a 0-0 draw between the pair on Wednesday.

We’re confident that with both teams missing key players, especially in attack, that this game will end in a draw and have predicted a final scoreline of 0-0. Peru is often a hard place for other countries to travel to due to the high altitude and lower oxygen levels, and when two teams have already played a game just days earlier they are bound to be tired and these elements are likely to lead to a poorer game of football and plenty of tired legs. Peru haven’t been in their best form at home of late and Uruguay have proven hard to beat on the road, but the pair played out a tight and tense ninety minutes at the weekend and we believe a draw is on the cards this Wednesday.

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