Newest updates from the Peru vs Australia World Cup qualification match happening in Qatar.
- Winner of this all-important conflict to qualify for World Cup 2022.
- Australia aiming to succeed in a fifth consecutive World Cup.
- Peru gained the final, and the one, assembly between the 2 sides – at Russia 2018.
- Kick-off is 9pm Doha time (18:00 GMT).
Good day and welcome to dwell protection of the 2022 World Cup qualifier between Peru and Australia.
I’m Eshlin Vedan and I’ll deliver you all the newest updates from this all-important conflict along with my colleagues Usaid Siddiqui, Faras Ghani and Showkat Shafi who’re on the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Qatar.
It’s getting warmed up (actually)
The stadium has cooling know-how put in so we’re feeling the cool breeze round us (and so will the gamers) however exterior temperature is round 35C (95F) – Faras Ghani at Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium
Australia: Ryan, Atkinson, Boyle, Leckie, Wright, Hrustic, Mooy, Duke, Behich, Rowles, Irvine
Peru: Gallese, Advincula, Zambrano, Callens, Trauco, Tapia, Peña, Gonzales, Carrillo, Cueva, Lapadula
All aboard the Qatar Specific (virtually)
We’re on the residence straight: 30 out of the 32 groups have certified for Qatar 2022, and it’s right down to the final 4 who will battle it out for the 2 remaining slots on the World Cup that begins November 21.
Final name for #Qatar2022. Who will take the ultimate two spots?
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Public vacation in Peru
A public vacation has been introduced by the Peruvian authorities on Monday, anticipating that a lot of the nation will likely be keenly following the sport that kicks off at 1pm Peru time.
I’m guessing a number of will name in sick tomorrow if Peru does make it to the World Cup.
‘Match of our lives’
Australia are usually not on the degree they was, and this offers Peru a bonus, concedes Australian soccer legend Mark Schwarzer.
“We’re up in opposition to it and I feel we’re underdogs. It’s going to be one hell of a battle however we’re not kicking ourselves. We aren’t on the ranges we was,” Schwarzer informed Optus Sport.
Peru’s captain Pedro Gallese has termed this the “match of our lives” as his staff goes into this recreation having been the winners the one time the 2 sides met beforehand – a 2-0 win at Russia 2018.
Learn our match preview right here.