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Peru vs. Bolivia: date, time and channel of the friendly match in Arequipa

After facing Paraguay, the peruvian team is getting ready to play a new preparation commitment with a view to the 2026 South American Qualifiers. The team of all will measure forces with bolivian, this weekend, in Arequipa. Next, know all the details of this expected duel.

When do Peru vs. Bolivia?

The match between Peruvians and Bolivians is scheduled to be played this Saturday, November 19, 2022.

Where do they play Peru – Bolivia, for friendly 2022?

The actions will take place at the UNSA Monumental Stadium, in Arequipa. At first it was going to be played in Santa Cruz, but for reasons of force majeure the setting had to be changed on the fly.

Peru vs. Bolivia: match schedule

On national soil the start time is 7:30 at night, while in Bolivia it is 8:30 at night. Review international schedules.

  • Mexico – 6:30 p.m.
  • Columbia – 7:30 p.m.
  • Ecuador – 7:30 p.m.
  • Venezuela – 8:30 p.m.
  • United States – 8:30 p.m.
  • Argentina – 9:30 p.m.
  • Uruguay – 9:30 p.m.
  • Chile – 9:30 p.m.
  • Paraguay – 9:30 p.m.
  • Brazil – 9:30 p.m.

Transmission channel of Peru vs. bolivian

The channels in charge of the transmission are América TV (Channel 4 in SD and 704 in HD), Latina TV (Channel 2 in SD and 702 in HD) and Movistar Deportes (Channel 3 in SD and 703 in HD). You also have the live streaming options of Movistar Play, Latina Play and América TV Go.

Peru squad list for friendly matches

Archers: Pedro Gallese (Orlando City), Alejandro Duarte (Sporting Cristal), Carlos Cáceda (Melgar) and José Carvallo (Universitario).

Defenses: Alexander Calles (New York City), Luis Abram (Cruz Azul), Roberto Villamarín (Carlos Mannucci), Paolo Reyna (Melgar), Carlos Ascues (César Vallejo), Miguel Araujo (Emmen) and Marcos López (Feyernood).

Frills: Wilder Cartagena (Orlando City), Pedro Aquino (America), Bryan Reyna (Cantolao), Christian Cueva (Al-Fateh), Christofer Gonzales (Al-Adalah), Sergio Peña (Malmo), Yuriel Celi (Carlos Manucci), Piero Quispe (University), Jairo Concha (Alianza Lima), Alexis Arias (Melgar), Jostin Alarcón (Sport Boys) and Jesús Castillo (Sporting Cristal).

Forwards: Alexander Succar (University), Alex Valera (Al-Fateh), Luis Iberico (Melgar), José Rivera (Carlos Mannucci) and Percy Liza (Marítimo).

Source: Elcomercio

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