Kick off: 15 June @3:00 GMT
Venue: CenturyLink Field (Seattle, Washington)
Head to Head Record
Argentina vs Bolivia 2-0 (2018 World Cup qualifiers)
Argentina vs Bolivia 7-0 (2015 Friendly International)
Argentina vs Bolivia 5-0 (2015 Friendly International)
Bolivia vs Argentina 1-1 (2014 World Cup qualifiers)
Argentina vs Bolivia 1-1 (2014 World Cup qualifiers)
Argentina vs Bolivia Team News
Important midfielder Angel Di Maria suffered an injury against Panama and he is definitely out of contention. Lucas Biglia and Javier Pastore have been struggling with injuries and they are unlikely to be risked against Bolivia. The likes of Marcos Rojo, Javier Mascherano, Nico Gaitan and Augusto Fernandez are all one yellow card away from suspension and they are unlikely to play against Bolivia. Erik Lamela is likely to be recalled to the starting line-up. Leo Messi scored a hat-trick against Panama, but he could be rested against Bolivia.
Injured: Angel Di Maria (75/17)
Doubtful: Javier Pastore (27/2), Lucas Biglia (40/1)
Erwin Saavedra has overcome his injury and he is likely to keep his place in the starting line-up. Defender Ronald Eguino picked up a knock against Chile and he will be monitored ahead of the kick-off. Marvin Bejarano and Fernando Saucedo are both sidelined through injury.
Injured: Marvin Bejarano (13/1), Fernando Saucedo (3/0)
Doubtful: Ronald Eguino (18/0)
- Argentina are on a six-game winning run ahead of the Bolivia clash
- Bolivia failed to score in last three encounters against Argentina
- 14 goals were scored in previous three meetings between the two teams
- La Verde suffered 11 defeats in last 12 games
- Argentina managed to keep five clean sheets in last seven matches
Argentina vs Bolivia Prediction
Thanks to a thrilling 5-0 win over Panama Argentina booked their place in the Copa America knockout stages, but despite the fact that coach Tata Martino is likely to mix the squad against Bolivia, la Albiceleste are widely expected to extend their winning run at the tournament in USA. La Verde struggle at the back and they are unlikely to make life difficult for the South American giants in Wednesday’s game at CenturyLink Field.
Betting Tip: Argentina/Argentina
Odds: 1.50 (1/2) @Betvictor
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