Uruguay vs Venezuela Betting Tips and Match Prediction

Uruguay and Venezuela will both aim to build on recent wins in World Cup 2022 CONMEBOL Qualifying during Tuesday’s battle at the Estadio Centenario.

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Uruguay vs Venezuela betting odds and tips

Uruguay has an odd of 1.30(bet ₹100 and wins ₹130 if Uruguay wins). Bet Now

If this match Draws then odd is 4.75(bet ₹100 and win ₹475 if the match draws). Bet Now

Venezuela has an odd of 11.00(bet ₹100 and wins ₹1100 Venezuela wins). Bet Now

More odds and Betting Tips for Uruguay vs Venezuela

  • If you place a bet for total scoring of Uruguay over 2.5. The odds are 1.85( ₹100 bet will return ₹185.)Bet Now
  • If you place a bet for total scoring of Venezuela under 1.50. The odds are 9.80( ₹100 bet will return ₹980)Bet Now
  • Place a Bet if Home team Uruguay beat the first Goal. Then it has odds of 1.05( ₹100 bet will return ₹105)Bet Now
  • Place a Bet if Away team Venezuela beat the first Goal, then it has odds of 2.90. ( ₹100 bet will return ₹290)Bet Now

Match Details

Match: Uruguay vs Venezuela, World Cup 2022

Date: February 02, 2022

Time: 4:30 AM (IST)

Venue: Estadio Centenario.

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Squad Comparison

Uruguay

Finally managing to snap a dismal winless period that ultimately marked the end of Oscar Tabarez’s tenure in the dugout, Uruguay’s stint under the tutelage of Alonso began in ideal fashion with a precious three points against Paraguay. Luis Suarez’s 66th goal for the national team was all that separated the two sides on the day as Uruguay ended their five-game winless streak in World Cup Qualifying – including an abysmal period of four successive defeats – but their top-four destiny is out of their own hands. Uruguay has slipped to fifth in the standings after Tabarez’s final few defeats – which would be good enough for a spot in the inter-confederation playoffs – but only one point separates them from Peru in the fourth and final automatic qualification spot.

Not since 2006 have the two-time World Cup winners failed to qualify for the finals tournament – making it out of the group stage in all three subsequent editions – but Alonso will be determined to avoid doing it the hard way after getting off to a fast start on the touchline. Suarez’s winner against Paraguay marks only the second goal Uruguay have scored in their last six Qualifying games – averaging one per game with 15 strikes from 15 matches so far – and Venezuela had no such trouble in the ruthlessness department last time out.

Uruguay Playing XI

Rochet; Araujo, Godin, Gimenez, Olivera; Pellistri, Bentancur, Arambarri, Valverde; Nunez, Suarez

Venezuela

The less said about the start to his Everton career the better, but Salomon Rondon was a different beast in the Venezuela shirt versus Bolivia on Friday, scoring three of his side’s four goals to restore a bit of parity in an otherwise doomed qualification period. Rondon’s first-half brace was canceled out by Bruno Miranda in the first half as Bolivia threatened a comeback in the second 45, but a red card for Justiniano killed any fleeting hopes of a turnaround as Rondon and Darwin Machis made sure of the result.

As eye-catching as that performance was, only a third win from 15 matches in Qualifying means that rock-bottom Venezuela now cannot earn automatic qualification for Qatar and will need a miracle to even climb up to fifth and make the playoffs. The world’s 59th-ranked nation, therefore, seem consigned to another year without a finals appearance and are still waiting for their first-ever qualification to the World Cup, with such hopes likely to be dashed entirely this week as Jose Pekerman’s men have played seven and lost seven away from home in the section so far. Venezuela did manage to hold Uruguay to a goalless stalemate during their battle back in June – the visitors’ only draw of Qualifying so far – but Alonso’s side will endeavor to prove why five places and nine points separate the two sides in the section this week.

Venezuela Playing XI

Farinez; Hernandez, Ferraresi, Chancellor, Gonzalez; Martinez, Rincon; Machis, Otero, Soteldo; Rondon

Match Prediction for Uruguay vs Venezuela

A Rondon-inspired Venezuela is certainly capable of troubling this Uruguay defense despite the telepathic relationship between Diego Godin and Jose Gimenez, with the hosts still finding their feet under Alonso. However, La Vinotinto has simply capitulated on the road during this Qualifying period, and while this may turn out to be a closer battle than it may look on paper, Uruguay should still get the job done to pile the pressure on Peru.

Uruguay’s latest result ended a four-game losing and five-game winless run which saw them score just one goal. They have, however, lost just one of their last five qualifiers at home and will be looking to maximize their home advantage this week. Venezuela is the last-placed team in the table despite their 4-1 win last time out. They have lost all their away qualifying games so far and Wednesday should be no different.

Uruguay 2-1 Venezuela, as predicted by us.

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