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PER vs PAR Dream11 Team Prediction Tips for Peru vs Paraguay Copa America Live Score 3 July

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PER vs PAR Dream11 Prediction: In the first of the Copa America quarter-finals, Peru and Paraguay do battle in Goiania on Friday night with a place in the final four on the line. The last meeting between the two South American sides ended in an entertaining 2-2 draw in October 2020. Angelo Romero and Andre Carrillo each scored braces, as the two teams couldn’t be separated on the day.

PER vs PAR Dream11 Prediction

Peru managed to finish second in their group with a win on the final day, while Paraguay finished a commendable campaign in Group A in third place, only falling behind Argentina and Uruguay. Peru will come into this game on a high, having won last time out to move into second place in the final game of the group stage. Paraguay side also gave a good account of themselves in the group stage, collecting six points from their four matches to finish third.

Date: 3 July, Saturday
Time: 2:30 AM (IST)
Venue: Pedro Ludovico Teixeira Olympic Stadium, Goiania

Peru vs Paraguay Live, Copa America

Watch Peru vs Paraguay Live Score and Live Stream: Live stream on Sony Liv and Jio TV (Sony Ten 2/Sony Ten 2 HD) in India.

Recent form:

Peru – W-D-W-L-W
Paraguay – L-W-L-W-L

Head-to-head (last five meetings)

Peru Wins- 04
Draws– 01
Paraguay Wins– 00

Peru News

Injury Report and Unavailability: Peru have a fully-fit squad and will have to field their best team for this game with no injury concern.

Expected changes and Strategy: Peru will be lifted by the return of defender Christian Ramos. The center-back was suspended for their last game after picking up his second yellow card of the group stage.

Peru Starting XI (Likely)

Pedro Gallese
Marcos Lopez
Alexander Callens
Christian Ramos
Aldo Corzo
Yoshimar Yotun
Renato Tapia
Christian Cueva
Sergio Pena
Andre Carillo
Gianluca Lapadula

Paraguay News

Injury Report and Unavailability: Paraguay have a fully-fit squad and will have to field their best team for this game.

Expected changes and Strategy: Alejandro Romero is in contention to start after two successive games on the bench. The rest of the lineup is expected to remain unchanged from Paraguay’s last match.

Paraguay Starting XI (Likely)

Antony Silva
Santiago Arzamendia
Junior Alonso
Gustavo Gomez
Alberto Espinola
Robert Piris Da Motta
Mathias Villasanti
Miguel Almiron
Angel Romero
Braian Samudio
Gabriel Avalos

Captain Options

Gianluca Lapadula: Lapadula has 1 goal and a total of 6 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 26.72%. He had a total of 4 big chances. He has a total of 1 assist, 4 key passes and he created a total of 8 chances.

Angel Romero: Romero has 2 goals and a total of 5 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 36.97%. He had a total of 6 big chances. He has a total of 1 assist, 4 key passes and he created a total of 8 chances.

X-factors, differential picks

Andre Carrillo: Carrillo has 2 goal and a total of 5 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 47.08%. He had a total of 4 big chances. He has a total of 0 assist, 2 key passes and he created a total of 5 chances.

PER vs PAR Dream11 Team

Goalkeeper: Silva
Defenders: Ramos, Corzo, Alonso, Arzamendia
Midfielders: Romero, Almiron, Tapia, Carillo
Attackers: Lapadula, Avalos

Who will win?

In what will certainly be a close encounter between two strong and well-matched sides, we could see this going either way, but narrowly give the edge to Peru on Friday. Los Incas have recent experience of making it to the final, and that alongside a thriving squad at the peak of their powers could see them outsmart this Paraguay side. In our PER vs PAR Today Match Prediction odds, we back for a 2-1 win for Peru in this match.

Jeet Ghosh

Jeet Ghosh is a Football Journalist, living and working in Kolkata with years of experience. He is a Post Graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Jadavpur University. Jeet is a sports lover but has a special liking for football. He has worked as a football writer with The Citizen, Sportsflashes, Sportskeeda. He follows the football leagues around the world and is somewhat partial towards Real Madrid.