Argentina vs Venezuela Live Stream: How to Watch, Team News, Head to Head, Odds, Prediction and Everything You Need to Know

Angel Correa of Argentina and Salomon Rondon of Venezuela side by side.

South American international football is back as Argentina take on Venezuela in a CONMEBOL World Cup Qualification match.

The 2021 Copa America winners have already qualified for the World Cup in Qatar this summer and Venezuela can’t physically qualify – so this is really more of an exhibition match for both sides. Either way, we’re looking forward to a fantastic game of football.

Argentina come into this game on a remarkable 29-match unbeaten run. Venezuela on the other hand have one win in five and haven’t kept a clean sheet in 12 matches. This could be fun.

With both sides with nothing to lose, We are sure both teams will go all out and it’ll be a massively open and exciting game.

Here’s everything you need to know regarding Argentina against Venezuela.


Date

La Bombenera, the home of Boca Juniors, will be the venue for Argentina vs Venezuela on Friday 25th March 2022.

Argentina vs Venezuela will take place on Friday 25th March 2022 at La Bombenera. The match will kick off at 11:30 pm GMT.


How To Watch

Football fans will be over the moon to hear that this World Cup qualifier will be televised live on Premier Player HD / Premier Sports.


Live Stream

If you are looking to live stream this World Cup qualifier, you can do so via the Premier Player subscription service. A monthly pass is available for £9.99 or you can get an annual pass for a one-off payment of £129.

You need to have an account or a day pass to access the live stream, so make sure you have everything you need prior to kick-off.


Team News

Angel Di Maria of Argentina controls the ball in a match between Argentina and Colombia.

Argentina are weakened due to suspensions are Emiliano Martinez, Giovani Lo Celso, Emi Buendia and Christian Romero – who all breached C.ovid-19 protocol and therefore have to sit this one out.

Angel Di Maria is also unavailable, he looks set to miss out for the Argentines through injury.

The Venezuela side appears to have no injuries or suspensions – so they can go all out in Friday’s match.

Argentina Predicted XI: Armani; Montiel, Pezzella, Martinez, Tagliafico; Lo Celso, Rodriguez, De Paul, Messi, Correa, Ocampos

Venezuela Predicted XI: Farinez; Gonzalez, Ferraresi, Chancellor, Hernandez; Rincon, Martinez, Soteldo, Otero, Machis; Rondon


Head to Head

Argentina – 6

Draw – 2

Venezuela – 2


Odds

Here are the odds that various bookmakers are offering to win the game outright:

Argentina – 1/7

Draw – 13/2

Venezuela – 14/1


Prediction: Argentina 5 – 0 Venezuela

Martinez raises hand in glory after scoring for Argentina

We know they’ll be goals in this game, but we think they’ll all be going Argentina’s way. They’ll likely field a strong lineup to prepare for the team they may select at the World Cup and with the Venezuelans in such poor form, they’ll certainly put quite a few past them.


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