Venezuela face Bolivia knowing that a win will promise them a spot in the Copa America quarter-finals.
Following their 0-0 draw with Brazil, the Vinotinto have still yet to score or surrender an goal in this tournament, however have seen a stunning four goals against them discounted by VAR in two matches.
Bolivia have failed to pick up a point from their initial two matches and should beat the Venezuelans to get any chance of qualification.
Bolivia are at the bottom of Group A without any points following defeats to Brazil and Peru in their opening two matches and they have now lost every one of their last seven Copa America games.
Last time against Peru they scored their first goal in five matches when they led the pack following 28 minutes through a Marcelo Moreno punishment however they failed to clutch the favorable position as Peru leveled on the stroke of half-time and an early goal in the second period set Peru on their way to victory.
Bolivia have contended well in patches during their matches against Brazil and Peru yet at last have not been sufficient at either end of the pitch to keep away from defeat. The loss against Peru was their fifth consecutive defeat and they have not won a match since October 2018 – a sequence of nine games.
Venezuela have been associated with goalless attracts both of their opening two apparatuses of the tournament with their stalemate against Brazil last break following their draw against Peru on matchday one.
They needed to ride their karma against the host country as Brazil had three goals discounted and botched a progression of opportunities during the experience.
Venezuela may have just two points up until now however a success in this fixture would give them a decent chance of advancing as either the second-set team if Peru or Brazil lose and furthermore conceivably as a standout amongst the best third-put teams if that match completes as a draw.
What time does Bolivia vs Venezuela kick off?
This Copa America clash will take place on Saturday, June 22.
It will kick off at 8pm UK time – that is 4pm in Brazil.
The match will be held at Estadio Mineirao, Belo Horizonte.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
Premier Sports will be showing live UK coverage of all the matches in the Copa America across its two channels.
The channels can be purchased to add to Virgin and Sky packages from £9.99 a month.
You can also live stream for the same cost via Premier Player.
In Bolivia, the game will be on Bolivia TV and DirecTV Sports.
In Venezuela, DirecTV Sports, TVES, IVC and Venevision have the Copa America rights.
What is the team news?
Goalkeepers: Carlos Lampe, Ruben Cordano, Javier Rojas
Defenders: Marvin Bejarano, Diego Bejarano, Luis Haquin, Adrian Jusino, Mario Cuellar, Saul Torres, Roberto Fernandez, Jose Mario Carrasco
Midfielders: Alejandro Chumacero, Raul Castro, Erwin Saavedra, Leonel Justiniano, Samuel Galindo, Fernando Saucedo, Diego Wayar, Paul Arano
Forwards: Marcelo Martins, Gilbert Alvarez, Rodrigo Ramallo, Leonardo Vaca
Goalkeepers: Wuilker Farinez, Rafael Romo, Joel Graterol
Defenders: Roberto Rosales, Mikel Villanueva, Rolf Feltscher, John Chancellor, Yordan Osorio, Ronald Hernandez, Luis Mago
Midfielders: Tomas Rincon, Luis Manuel Seijas, Arquimedes Figuera, Jhon Murillo, Darwin Machis, Junior Moreno, Adalberto Penaranda, Yangel Herrera, Luis Gonzalez, Jefferson Savarino
Forwards: Salomon Rondon, Josef Martinez, Fernando Aristeguieta
Venezuela will improve in assault on the off chance that they are to enlist their first win of the tournament against Bolivia who are hoping to stop a kept running of seven continuous defeats in Copa America matches.There is plenty of incentive for Venezuela to win the game as they strive to reach the knockout stages and with three consecutive clean sheets in international matches, it seems that it may just take one goal to settle the encounter. Bolivia have faded during the second half of their matches and this could be when Venezuela strike the winning blow.