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COL vs BOL Dream11 Prediction for Columbia vs BOLIVIA Preview World Cup Qualifiers Live Score Fantasy Football Tips & Dream11 Team


COL vs BOL Dream11

Columbia take on Bolivia at the Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez in a must-in game for La Tricolor. A seven-game winless run has seen Columbia drop four points behind the top five with just two games left to play. Colombia are still in contention for a fourth-place finish but, apart from winning the remaining two games of the campaign, they’ll also hope that Chile, Uruguay, and Peru also drop points.

Bolivia are 8th with 15 points. They can’t qualify directly for the Finals and can only hope to make it to Qatar via inter-conference play-offs. To do that, they need to secure a win here and also against Brazil next Tuesday, which might be a difficult task to accomplish.

COL vs BOL World Cup Qualifiers Match Details

Date: 25th March, Friday
Kick-Off Time: 5:00 AM (IST)
Venue: Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez

World Cup Qualifiers Table

Columbia – 7th Position

Bolivia– 8th Position

Watch World Cup Qualifiers Live

There is no live streaming of the game in India. The fans can follow the game on the official handles of the respective teams.

Recent Form

Columbia: L-L-D-D-L

Bolivia: L-L-W-L-W


Head to Head (last 5 meetings)

Columbia has won 4 of the last 5 games against Bolivia and one game ended in a draw.

COL vs BOL Dream 11 Prediction Details

Columbia Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability, Expected Changes and Strategy 

  • Luis Suárez will serve a one-game suspension here while there are no reported injury concerns for the home side.

Columbia Starting XI (Likely)

David Ospina

Juan Cuadrado

William Tesillo

Davidson Sanchez

Johan Mojica

James Rodriguez

Wilmar Barrios

Mateus Uribe

Luis Diaz

Miguel Borja

Alfredo Morelos

Bolivia Team News

Injury Report, Unavailability, Expected Changes and Strategy 

  • Veterans Marcelo Martins and Carlos Lampe were left out of the squad for the final two qualifying fixtures but apart from that no other player will miss the game.

Bolivia Starting XI (Likely)

Ruben Cordano

José María Carrasco

Rodrigo Ramallo

José Sagredo

Marc Enoumba

Eric Saavedra

Roberto Fernández

Moises Villaroel

Juan Carlos Arce

Marcelo Moreno

Bruno Miranda

COL vs BOL Dream11 Team


David Ospina

If Columbia hope to qualify for the playoffs, Ospina needs to rediscover some of that World cup form. He has managed to keep only 3 clean sheets from 16 games.

Clean Sheets (WC Qualifiers) Goals Conceded Saves %
15 10 78



Juan Cuadrado

A threat from the right, Cuadrado will bring in a lot of experience into the side. His contributions in goal are also commendable with 2 assists and 1 goal in 15 games.

Tackles Won (WC Qualifiers) Goals Interceptions
10 1 12


Marc Enoumba

Enoumba has joined Bolivia for the current WC campaign and is looking solid on the right of a back three.

Tackles Won (WC Qualifiers) Passes completed % Interceptions
31 74.3 18



Luis Diaz

Columbia will hope Diaz will bring his Liverpool experience into the mix and find the back of the net in this crucial game.

Goals (National Team) Shots Passes Completed (%)
7 35 82.1


Juan Carlos Arce

Sitting in the No.10 position, Arce has to produce some magic to help create some good chances in the game.

Goals Assists Shots (per game)
7 4 1.9



Miguel Borja

Borja has great supply from either side and is touted to score against a shaky Bolivian defence.

Goals (National team) Assists Shots (per game)
7 1 1.2


Marcelo Moreno

The veteran striker will fancy his chances after scoring in the 2-3 loss against Chile.

Goals (WC Qualifier) Assists Shots (per game)
14 4 3.2


Goalkeeper: D. Ospina

Defenders: M. Enoumba, Juan Cuadrado, D. Sanchez, J. Carrasco

Midfielders: L. Diaz, J. Rodriguez, J. Arce, M. Villaroel

Attackers: M. Borja, M Moreno

Who will win today’s football match?

  • The visitors are without a win against Columbia since 2003.
  • The reverse fixture in the qualifying campaign at Estadio Hernando Siles in September ended in a 1-1 draw
  • Both teams are clinging on to their lives here, which could see them cancel each other out.
  • However, the Columbian attack could prove to be a lot for Bolivia.

Odds to Win

The odds in favour of Columbia Win 1/9

Odds in favour of Bolivia Win 40/1

Odds in favour of a Draw 11/1

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