World Cup Prediction Australia - Peru

Australia – Peru World Cup Prediction

The third day of the World Cup is ready to issue the latest verdicts, with some groups still waiting to know who will be passing the round and the final classification, based on which will form the pairs of the final round.

In the framework of Group C still remains to be decided who will accompany France in the second phase, with Australia and Denmark fighting for second place and the Nordics who can go by obtaining at least one point against the cockerels.

The match between the two teams, which will take place at the Sochi Fichst Olympic Stadium, has meant only for the Socceroos, who will have to win and hope that France does not decide to complicate their life by throwing away the first place in the group.


Australia is still clinging to the hope that in the last Danish and French game they will not prepare the classic biscuit, a specialty that is always in vogue in Denmark (just think of the one prepared for Italy during the 2004 European Championships) .

Moreover, the kangaroos will have to contend with a Peruvian who, although eliminated, will still want to show the remarkable improvements that have been the protagonists of during the last years. So it is announced a race not easy for Australia.

Probable Training

Ryan; Risdon, Sainsbury, Milligan, Behich; Leckie, Jedinak, Mooy, Kruse; Rogic; Juric.


For Peru it was not an exhilarating World Championship. The team coached by Gareca seemed to be able to conquer the second place behind France, but did not succeed, even though they did not excessively desisted in the two races played against the European teams.

In the last race the Andean training will still want to prove to be a real team. It therefore promises a very tight challenge, with Peru ready to respond blow by blow to the offenses of Kruse and his companions.

Probable Training

Welsh; Advincula, Rodriguez, Ramos, Trauco; Aquino, Yotun; Carrillo, Cueva, Flores; Guerrero.

Prediction Australia – Peru

The race between Australia and Peru does not have a real favorite, on paper. If the South Americans were perhaps more accredited on the eve, the two defeats against France and Denmark showed that Andean football still needs time to return to the levels of performance of the ’70s. Australia in turn seeks the victory that could give them at the last minute the qualification, but must be careful not to underestimate the opponents.

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Odds: 1.40
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