Peru vs New Zealand Live. ‘Bicolor’ faces ‘kiwis’ at the RCDE Stadium in Barcelona (Spain), which is considering the playoffs against the United Arab Emirates (playing on June 7). There is high expectation to know how Ricardo Carrera’s team is coming. Check all match times.
The appointment will be as follows Sunday, June 5th The European country will have a massive presence of Peruvian fans who have been promoting the color “white and red” for days. There will be more than 30 thousand fans. The party is guaranteed at the playground stand. They are local again.
After finishing fifth in the Qatar 202 qualifying round, the ‘All Team’ will have the opportunity to play in the World Cup playoffs again. To come up with more football rhythm, he will play in a production match. His rival is New Zealand, and he has fond memories.
The two teams have already clashed head-to-head in the playoffs for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. It happened at the end of 2017: they were back-and-forth matches. First tied 0-0 in Wellington, then beat Peru 2-0 in Lima. The latter served the ‘Tigers’ to achieve classification after 36 long years.
The Peruvian national team has been training in Barcelona since May 30, the place they chose as a base before traveling to Doha (Friday, June 10). 28 players have been called up, although some are not working normally and it is expected that they will all be in the decisive match on June 13th.
As for the possible starting eleven in the game against New Zealand, It is known that there will be only two changes Compared to those who usually come out in the qualifying round. Luis Atvinkula and Renato Topia will be on the bench, hearty. He will be replaced by Aldo Corso and Pedro Aquino respectively.
The initial list is complete: Pedro Gallese, Carlos Zambrano, Alexander Callens, Miguel Trauco, Sergio Peña, Yoshimar Yotún, Andre Carrillo, Christian Cueva and Gianluca Lapadula. However, many changes are seen in the conflict.
Latin (Open Signal) and Movistar Deports (Cable) They will be in charge of television broadcasting. But you can follow Infobae Peru minute by minute, which will include all the events of the Peruvian team. Full coverage so you do not miss anything.
– Peru / 10:30 am
– Colombia / 10:30 am
– Ecuador / 10:30 am
– United States (Miami) / 11:30 am
– Chile / 11:30 am
– Paraguay / 11:30 am
– Venezuela / 11:30 am
– Bolivia / 11:30 am
– Uruguay / 12:30 pm
– Argentina / 12:30 pm
– Brazil / 12:30 pm
– Spain / 5:30 p.m.