Bolivia and Peru will meet on Tuesday for their second matches in Group A of Copa America 2019. The Bolivians lost heavily 3:0 by the hosts Brazil in their opening game, while Peru ended in a goalless draw their meeting with Venezuela.
Bolivia vs Peru Head to Head
|Head to Head||Last game||Last games||Last games home/away|
|Bolivia||Loss||8 W/ 7 D/ 5 L||5 W/ 3 D/ 2 L|
|Peru||Win||5 W/ 7 D/ 8 L||2 W/ 3 D/ 5 L|
Last game between the nations: 01.09.2017 Peru – Bolivia 2:1; Edison Flores 55′, Christian Cueva 59′; Gilbert Alvarez 72′
Last game on Bolivian soil: 01.09.2019 Bolivia – Peru 0:3 (the result was awarded after the hosts fielded ineligible player.
Worth mentioning: Peru are unbeaten in the previous eight meetings with Bolivia and are currently on a three game winning streak against their next opponents. None of the visiting sides were able to register a victory in any of the last twenty encounters, prior to the most recent three, where Peru recorded two away triumphs. Three of the last five H2H matches featured over 2,5 goals, while four witnessed goals at both ends.
Bolivia vs Peru Stats
|As of 16.06||Last game||Last games||Last games home/away|
|Bolivia||Loss||1 W/ 4 D/ 5 L||3 W/ 2 D/ 0 L|
|Peru||Draw||3 W/ 2 D/ 5 L||1 W/ 2 D/ 2 L|
Last game Bolivia: 15.06.2019 Brazil – Bolivia 3:0; Philippe Coutinho 50′ (penalty), 53′, Everton 85′
Next game Bolivia: 22.06.2019 Bolivia – Venezuela
Last game Peru: 15.06.2019 Venezuela – Peru 0:0; Luis Mago from the home side was sent off for two yellow cards in the 75′
Next game Peru: 22.06.2019 Peru – Brazil
|Last 10 games||GF:GA||Over 2,5||BTTS||Clean sheets|
Worth mentioning: In their openening Cop America game Bolivia were defeated 3:0 by the hosts Brazil. They will be looking for their first victory in nine outings when they face Peru on Tuesday, as as they drew only one of the five matches in 2019. Just one of the country’s last twenty encounters were won by the visitors, and it was Bolivia who beat Myanmar by 3:0 on the road. All of the Bolivians last four matches ended in losses away from home, and the team was unable to score a single goal in the process.
Peru started the tournament with a goalless draw with Venezuela. They finished the game with 10 men, but had the better chances during the match. Just one of the nation’s last five encounters produced over 2,5 goals, while none of those meetings saw both involved sides hitting the back of the nets.
Bolivia vs Peru News
Missing players Bolivia: Jhasmani Campos, Jordy Candia, Rudy Cardozo, Ronald Raldes, Jose Sagredo and Juan Valverde are all going to miss the match.
Missing players Peru: Pedro Aquino is the only sure absentee.
Bolivia vs Peru Predictions
Under 2,5 goals – 1.66 @ bet365