LIVE Qualifying table of positions: Points and place that Peru occupies in the World Cup qualifier

Qualifying standings Qatar 2022

Today starts a new date of Qualifying Qatar 2022 and we put ourselves in mathematical mode with the results that are going to be given as the matches that are played today progress. The position for Peru is now not one of the best in the qualifying table and for that reason he will have to go out onto the playing field to look for that triumph that he needs so much to keep moving forward and not be with the ‘calculator’ or depending on the results of the other selections.

The date 13 of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers begins this Thursday, November 13 with Ecuador vs. Venezuela (4:00 p.m.), Paraguay vs. Chili (6:00 p.m.), Brazil vs. Colombia (7:30 p.m.) y Peru vs. Bolivia (9:00 pm); that closes the day. Tomorrow, Friday the 14th, the Uruguay vs Argentina.

Peru march in the penultimate box of South American Qualifiers with just 11 points, only above Venezuela, which is located in last place.

The urgency of winning these points both in Lima and in Caracas occurs within the framework of the few dates that remain to be played and the complications that could arise when playing on the road.

If the ‘bicolor’ prevails against Bolivia and Venezuela, will tighten things on the Positions table and his present would take another course. On Friday he must wait for Venezuela to win or draw with Ecuador, Paraguay to defeat Chile and Argentina to surpass Uruguay. Anything can happen in the championship.

For date 14, Peru will face Venezuela and only have to beat the vinotinto and wait for Bolivia to beat Uruguay. Colombia must do the same against Ecuador and with these results, the Peruvian team could finish the double date in fifth position-


This is how the table of qualifying positions goes
This is how the table of qualifying positions goes


Just hours before the clash between the two teams, these are the lineups that could be presented in today’s game according to what the technicians have been testing in training in recent days.

Peru: Pedro Gallese; Luis Advíncula, Christian Ramos, Alexander Callens, Miguel Trauco; Renato Tapia, Christofer Gonzáles, Sergio Peña, André Carrillo; Christian Cueva, Gianluca Lapadula.

Bolivia: Carlos Lampe; Diego Bejarano, Adrián Jusino, Jairo Quinteros, Jesús Sagredo; Leonel Justiniano, Franz Gonzáles, Ramiro Vaca, Moisés Villarroel; Juan Carlos Arce, Marcelo Martins.


So far, the high plateau team has not been able to beat the white and red away in the format of all against all. The last time that both teams met in Lima in Qualifying, those led by Ricardo Gareca they rose 2-1 with goals from Edison Flores and Christian Cueva. The goal of the green came thanks to Gilbert Alvarez.

Bolivia 1-0 Peru – Qualifying Qatar in 2021

Bolivia 1-3 Peru – America Cup 2019

Peru 2-1 Bolivia – Playoffs Russia in 2017

Bolivia 0-3 Peru – Playoffs Russia in 2016 *

Bolivia 1-3 Peru – America Cup 2015

Peru 1-1 Bolivia – Qualifying Brazil in 2013

Bolivia 1-1 Peru – Playoffs Brazil in 2012

* TAS claim gives Peru 3 points


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