Today, Tuesday, November 21, Peru will have a difficult challenge against Venezuela at the National Stadium of Lima for matchday 6 of Qualifiers 2026. The present of the Peruvian team is not ideal, but there is a lot of confidence to get the three points at home. But the rival also plays and they know that very well. Know the game schedules.
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The ‘bicolor’ is going through a negative moment. And in the first five games they tied once and lost the next four. Precisely, the last time was a 2-0 defeat in La Paz against Boliviacausing the team to sink to the bottom of the table.
Although the redeemable thing is that the national team was able to execute a couple of shots (one of Gianluca Lapadula), unfortunately, the path has not been redirected and the criticism towards Juan Reynoso and the team in general have been rained. The constant changes of players and some statements generated antibodies in the fans and the press.
The only casualty that Peru will have for this match is Luis Advínculawho received his second yellow card in La Paz and was suspended for the game against the ‘red wine’ at the National Stadium in Lima. The side was called off.
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On the other hand, the Venezuela team It is one of the cheering teams of the Qualifiers 2026. In their debut they lost to Colombia, but then they went on to play four games without losing, with the draw against Brazil being their most surprising result. On the last date they tied without goals against Ecuador and were placed in fourth place in the classification with eight points.
Now, coach Fernando Batista will not have Josef Martínez or José Martínez. The Inter Miami forward was relegated due to a technical decision, while the second will be absent due to an accumulation of yellow cards.
The commitment between Peru and Venezuela for matchday 6 of the South American Qualifiers on the way to the 2026 North American World Cup It will take place in national territory at 9:00 p.m., as in Colombia, Ecuador and the United States (Miami). For its part, in Venezuela and Bolivia it will take place at 10:00 p.m. On the other hand, in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay it will start at 11:00 p.m. In Mexico it will start at 8:00 p.m., while in Spain it will be at 3:00 a.m. (on Wednesday the 21st).
He Peru vs Venezuela which will be played at the National Stadium in Lima on Tuesday, November 21, will be broadcast throughout the South American region by the following channels: Peru (América, ATV and Movistar Deportes), Argentina (TyC Sports), Bolivia (Tigo Sports 3), Brazil (Sport TV 4), Chile (Chilevisión and Paramount+), Colombia (Caracol TV and RCN), Ecuador (El Canal del Fútbol), Paraguay (GEN), Uruguay (AUF TV, Antel TV and DSports) and Venezuela (ByM Sports, Simpletv and Televen and Venevisión).
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It is worth mentioning that on the website of Infobae Peru You will have the entire preview, minute by minute, and more details of this momentous match.
The last time Peru and Venezuela They measured forces occurred on November 16, 2021 within the framework of matchday 14 of the Qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The UCV Olympic stadium in Caracas witnessed a victory for the ‘bicolor’ 2-1 thanks to goals from Gianluca Lapadula and Christian Cueva, while Darwin Machís scored for the ‘red wine’.
However, the most recent clash between both teams in Lima took place on September 5 of the same year. On this occasion, it was on date 6 and the national team also managed to win due to the solitary score of Christian Cueva.