Chile and Venezuela face each other for fifth place in the women’s Copa America and last for the 2023 World Cup of Repechage.
Chile You Venezuela Will fight this Sunday for a place in the playoffs of World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand In a match for fifth place in the Copa América Femenina in Colombia, which will be played at the Centenario Stadium in the city of Armenia, Colombia.
duel is set for 8:00 pm in our countryThis Sunday 24th July.
La Rosa and La Vinotinto came into this match after losing 4–0 to Colombia and 0–1 to Argentina respectively on the final day of the group stage, with both teams finishing third in their region.
To coach Venezuela, Italian Pamela ContiElimination in the group stage is now behind them and “this is yet another final against Chile”, in which they will seek a playoff that will bring them closer to their first Women’s World Cup.
Along these lines, the duel against La Rosa would be an opportunity for La Vinotinto to improve his goal in front of goal, something that cost him dearly and which, Conti even said, he should improve.
The coach relies on the work of his two forwards, Deyna Castellanos and Oriana Altuve, to turn the page and it is expected that they will be supported by midfielders Raderlin Vargas and Yesoura Viso, who have shown good footing in the tournament.
However, doubts will lie in the center of the field where Conti hasn’t got a definitive eleven, which is why Dayana Rodriguez and Gabriella García—converted midfielders—could appear, as well as Lourdes Moreno and Sonia O’Neill.
Chile wants to learn from its mistakes against Venezuela
Chile, for their part, are vulnerable to a defeat inflicted by Colombia and will try to repair the image it had saved in previous games to reach the World Cup playoffs, as it had been the dream of those leading it. Joseph Letelier Going to the second World Cup in a row.
The biggest doubt for Chile’s team will be Francesca Lara, who missed the duel with Colombia due to Kovid-19. It is also not clear whether players Daniela Pardo and Javiera Toro, who have recovered from ailments that have pulled out of the duel with the hosts, can play this match.
“Venezuela has historically been an important team,” Letelier said, whose continuity is in doubt due to poor results And didn’t hide his trouble for not fighting for direct qualification for the World Cup.
Despite the casualties, La Rosa will have a stellar performance on the field, with goalkeeper Christian Endler, as well as striker Daniela Zamora, defender Carla Guerrero and midfielder Karen Araya, who form part of the backbone with which the team has played the tournament.
It is worth mentioning that Chile and Venezuela played two friendly doubles in our country before the Copa América, both with victories for Llaneras, so they hope to learn from their mistakes and win in this important duel.