Prediction 10/08: Paraguay vs Peru (World Cup 2022 Qualifiers)

Paraguay and Peru face off for matchday 1 of the South American Qualifiers to Qatar World Cup 2022.

Betting tips:

  • Paraguay win or draw
  • Under 2.5 goals

At the Defensores del Chaco stadium in Asunción, Paraguay will face Peru this Thursday at 1:30 am for matchday 1 of the South American Qualifiers to the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The Guarani are favourites there, beyond the fact that the white-and-red team boasts an important streak against his rival on duty.

In terms of background, the last time the two met was in a friendly in March 2019: at Red Bull Arena, Peru defeated Paraguay 1-0. In general, the white and red have a great streak against the albirroja, since they beat them in the last six games in which they met.

For this match, the betting tip suggests a victory for Paraguay, although the probability of a tie is not ruled out either. To also consider are the odds of Under 2.5 goals as a bet.

Match analysis: Paraguay vs Peru
The first day of the South American Qualifiers to Qatar 2022 begins this Thursday. And the commitment in charge of raising the curtain on this new qualifying process for the next World Cup is the one that Paraguay will settleagainst Peru, two teams that a priori arrive with even returns and therefore a very close commitment is outlined. However, according to the forecasts of the main bookmakers, the favourite to win is the red-and-blue team.

Paraguay comes into this match with an undefeated match in three games, all in visitor status: they drew 1-1 against Slovakia, defeated Bulgaria 0-1 and drew 0-0 against Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile, Peru reaps a negative streak of three games without winning: the 1-0 loss to Uruguay in Montevideo, the 1-1 equality against Uruguay itself but in Lima and the 1-0 defeat against Colombia. Their last victory was on September 11, 2019, when they beat Brazil 1-0 in Los Angeles.

Register with Bongobongo and bet on Paraguay win at 2.14, a draw is at 3.15 and the Peru win is priced at 3.50. Meanwhile, Under 2.5 match goals pay 1.58.

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