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Top free betting tips and odds for Peru vs New Zealand
Peru and New Zealand meet in the international friendlies at the neutral location on Sunday, 5 June. Both teams have got the back of a victory in the World Cup Qualifiers.
New Zealand to Win
Peru had a streak of undefeated games before the last three duels but have got only one victory in the last three attempts. On the other hand, New Zealand were impressive in the recent outings and won five games in a row. Peru has won one of the two H2Hs against the All Whites but based on the current form, we pick New Zealand as our favourites to get the victory in this game.
Total Goals – Over 2.5
New Zealand has scored a bunch of goals in the recent attempts and collected a total of 18 goals in the last five outings. Peru has also found the back of the net seven times in the previous five games. The Bicolour also scored twice in the previous H2H against the upcoming rivals. So a total of over 2.5 goals will be the most probable result of this duel.
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Peru vs New Zealand: Check out the team lineups
Peru Predicted Lineup
The Bicolour returned to their winning track in the last game against Paraguay and secured a place in the World Cup 2022. Andre Carrillo and Luis Advincula will be in doubt to make an appearance in this team, following Knee Injury and torn muscle bundle respectively.
Predicted XI: Pedro Gallese; Luis Advíncula, Christian Ramos, Alexander Callens, Marcos López; Wilder Cartagena, Yoshimar Yotún, André Carrillo, Edison Flores, Christian Cueva; Gianluca Lapadula.
New Zealand Predicted Lineup
The All Whites stretched their winning streak in the last game against the Solomon Islands to stay in the race of the World Cup qualification race. New Zealand are going to take part in the World Cup Play-offs fourth time in a row when they play a deciding game against Costa Rica next. The team boss Danny Hay will have zero fitness issues to report in this game.
Predicted XI: Philip Mango; Ian Kalu, Leon Kofana, Hadisi Aengari, Prince Tahunipue; Raphael Lea'i, Atkin Kaua, William Komasi, Alwin Hou; Joses Nawo, Micah Lea'alafa.
Questions About Peru vs New Zealand
Who won the last h2h? 2-0 in favour of Peru.
Where is the game being played? RCDE Stadium (Cornella de Llobregat).
What’s the kick-off time? The game will start at 17:30 on 05/06/2022.