Venezuela vs Canada lineups, odds, and where to watch

Venezuela vs Canada lineups, odds, and where to watch
This quarter-final is anyone's for the taking! - Photo by Icon Sport

Venezuela and Canada did well to reach the quarter-finals in the Copa America. However, which one of the two teams will be the lucky one to advance to the prestigious next stage of the competition? Find out the answer to this question by going through our article.

Venezuela vs Canada Lineups

Both teams are eager to get to the quarter-finals. The managers will be able to count on most of their key performers, which is a very important factor for the fans, as they expect to see the stars perform on the 6th of July.

Venezuela lineup – injuries, suspensions, and other news

Coach Fernand Batista doesn’t have any injury or suspension issues to deal with. He will be able to pick the best 11 men for the game against the Canucks, which might help the South American team avoid defeat this week. Find out more about it in the following Venezuela vs Canada lineups.

Venezuela predicted lineup: Romo (GK), Angel, Aramburu, Osorio, Gonzalez, Martinez, Herrera, Machis, Segovia, Bello & Rondon

Player to watch: Salomon Rondon

Pachuca’s Rondon is the player to watch here. He scored one of the winning goals for Venezuela in the 0-3 victory over poor Jamaica a couple of days ago. We are convinced he will be a starter for his manager against Canada as well.

Venezuela vs Canada player 1
Rondon has the quality – Photo by Icon Sport

Canada lineup – injuries, suspensions, and other news

Inter Milan’s Tajon Buchanan is injured and will miss this match. Coach Jesse Marsch will have to find a solution quickly, as the 25-year-old winger was one of the key players on the team. However, you can’t play with a broken tibia, so the Copa America 2024 is over for this talented player.

Canada predicted lineup: Crepeau (GK), Johnston, Bombito, Cornelius, Davies, Osorio, Eustaquio, Shaffelburg, David, Laryea & Larin

Player to watch: Jonathan David

So far, Jonathan David has two goals in this year’s Copa America. We trust that the LOSC Lille striker will do well against Venezuela as well, as he is by far the key attacking player for coach Marsch.

Venezuela vs Canada player 2
Jonathan is the leading scorer for Canada – Photo by Icon Sport

Venezuela vs Canada starting lineup

This is where we show you the starting Venezuela vs Canada lineups. Don’t forget to check back an hour or so before the kick-off!

Venezuela

Venezuela
4-2-3-1
23
Salomon Rondon
ve
2
Nahuel Ferraresi
ve
15
Miguel Navarro
ve
13
Jose Andres Martinez
ve
6
Yangel Herrera
ve
25
Eduard Bello
ve
18
Cristian Casseres Jr
ve
4
Jon Aramburu
ve
3
Yordan Osorio
ve
22
Rafael Romo
ve
10
Yeferson Soteldo
ve
Substitutes
9
Jhonder Cadiz
ve
8
Tomas Rincon
ve
21
Alexander Gonzalez
ve
7
Jefferson Savarino
ve
17
Matias Lacava
ve
14
Christian Makoun
ve
19
Eric Ramirez
ve
20
Wilker Angel
ve
24
Kervin Andrade
ve
26
Daniel Pereira
ve
16
Telasco Segovia
ve
5
Jhon Chancellor
ve
12
Jose David Contreras
ve
1
Joel Graterol
ve

Canada

Canada
4-2-3-1
14
Jacob Shaffelburg
ca
10
Jonathan David
ca
15
Moise Bombito
ca
2
Alistair Johnston
ca
9
Cyle Larin
ca
16
Maxime Crepeau
ca
19
Alphonso Davies
ca
21
Jonathan Osorio
ca
13
Derek Cornelius
ca
22
Richie Laryea
ca
7
Stephen Eustaquio
ca
Substitutes
12
Jacen Russell-Rowe
ca
8
Ismael Kone
ca
25
Tani Oluwaseyi
ca
20
Ali Ahmed
ca
26
Kyle Hiebert
ca
11
Theo Bair
ca
6
Samuel Piette
ca
5
Joel Waterman
ca
1
Dayne St. Clair
ca
18
Thomas McGill
ca
4
Kamal Miller
ca
24
Mathieu Choiniere
ca
23
Liam Millar
ca
3
Luc De Fougerolles
ca

Where to watch Venezuela vs Canada

The obvious favorites to win this interesting match are Canada. However, to swiftly disregard Venezuela’s chances would be unwise. Check out the information below to find out where you can watch this Copa America game.

Where to watch Venezuela vs Canada on TV

Fox Sports and FS1 will broadcast this thrilling Copa America game. Don’t forget to tune in!

Where to watch Venezuela vs Canada online

You can watch Venezuela vs Canada online thanks to Fubo.

Venezuela vs Canada odds

Venezuela odds: +180 – 35.2% probability

Draw odds: +255 – 31.0% probability

Canada odds: +210 – 33.8% probability

We expect to see BTTS during the Venezuela vs Canada clash. The odds are priced at -133, meaning the two teams have approximately a 57.08% chance of scoring against each other on the 6th of July.

Latest stats for Venezuela vs Canada

Here you will see the most interesting Venezuela vs Canada statistics.

Last five games for Venezuela

Without a doubt, Venezuela’s mightiest performance recently was the brutal 0-3 win over Jamaica. Salomon Rondon, Eric Ramirez, and Eduard Bello scored the winners for the South American country, and we expect to see all of them perform for Venezuela against Canada.

Copa America 06/07/24

L

Canada

Canada

1 (4)

Venezuela

Venezuela

1 (3)

Copa America 01/07/24

W

Jamaica

Jamaica

0

Venezuela

Venezuela

3

Copa America 27/06/24

W

Mexico

Mexico

0

Venezuela

Venezuela

1

Copa America 22/06/24

W

Ecuador

Ecuador

1

Venezuela

Venezuela

2

International Match 24/03/24

D

Guatemala

Guatemala

0

Venezuela

Venezuela

0

Last five games for Canada

Canada barely made it to the quarter-finals after a goalless tie against Chile in their previous Copa America outing. They lost the opener against Argentina but did manage to get the right result against Peru, as we saw the Canucks beat the South American country 0-1.

Copa America 14/07/24

L

Uruguay

Uruguay

2 (4)

Canada

Canada

2 (3)

Copa America 10/07/24

L

Argentina

Argentina

2

Canada

Canada

0

Copa America 06/07/24

W

Venezuela

Venezuela

1 (3)

Canada

Canada

1 (4)

Copa America 30/06/24

D

Chile

Chile

0

Canada

Canada

0

Copa America 25/06/24

W

Peru

Peru

0

Canada

Canada

1

Venezuela vs Canada H2H

The two teams have faced each other only twice. Check the graphics below to find out how those games ended.


Zack is a longtime football fan, writer, and bettor. He also has experience playing and coaching the game of football at a local level. His interest in the MLS, Liga MX and the Canadian Premier League adds a new dimension to the content we have at FootballWhispers.