Lima, November 9, 2021Updated on 11/09/2021 04:37 pm
Peru vs. Bolivia LIVE and LIVE | The Peruvian team will host the Bolivian team for matchday 13 of the Qualifying Qatar 2022. With an eye on the three points, Ricardo Gareca’s team will take the field of the National Stadium with the best it has to try to beat those led by Marcelo Martins Moreno. Get to know schedules, channels and alternatives on your cell phone so you don’t miss out on this great game.
The match between Peru vs. Bolivia for matchday 13 of the Qualifiers will be played this Thursday, November 11 at the National Stadium at 9:00 pm (Peruvian time).
The qualifying match will be broadcast in Peru by the signals of Latina TV (open) and Movistar Deportes (cable). Likewise, Tigo Sports will do the same in Bolivia.
Although CONMEBOL does not have an app to tune in to the matches, in Peru there is Movistar Play and Latina online to be able to follow the Qatar 2022 Qualifying matches. Next, we will tell you the steps you must follow to obtain both applications.
Where to watch Movistar Deportes online?
We leave you here the links so you can download the app from Movistar Play
- Link to download Movistar Deportes on Google Play
- Link to download Movistar Play
Where to watch Latina TV online?
To be able to follow live streaming channel 2 you only have to enter www.latina.pe/tvenvivo and ready. You can now enjoy its programming live and direct online. Likewise, you also have the possibility to see the signal via YouTube by giving CLICK HERE.
The Peruvian team comes to this meeting of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers with two consecutive defeats. Ricardo Gareca’s team marches in ninth position with only eleven points, so a victory against Bolivia is urgent.
Ricardo Gareca’s team fell on his visits to Bolivia and Argentina, so he must seek to become strong as a local. The last time Peru played in Lima, they beat Chile 2-0 on matchday 11 of the qualifying process. Likewise, the last time they received Bolivia for qualifying, the ‘Blanquirroja’ won 2-1 with goals from Christian Cueva and Edison Flores at the Monumental Stadium.
The Bolivian team arrives at this meeting with full morale after achieving two consecutive victories in the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers. In La Paz, those led by Farías defeated Peru and Paraguay and dream of continuing to climb the standings.
Currently, the highlands have 12 units and remain in the seventh position in the table, just four points behind Uruguay, the fifth seed.