It was time that Bolivia and Chile, reigning champion of the event, stepped on the accelerator, because a defeat could leave them on the brink of the Copa America Centennial bounce
Chile, the reigning champion of the America's Cup, is bound to win a Bolivia also inspired by points to ward off the risk of being eliminated in the first phase of the tournament.
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Both teams lost in the first day, before Argentina Chileans and Bolivians against Panama, by identical marker (2-1), so a new adverse outcome can be assumed for any of them to pack or, at least, take you to depend on Carom in the last date.
For his champion status and the quality of their players, the pressure on Chile to victory will be maximum, something that has recognized the own Alexis Sanchez, for whom the Red "now have to play 120 percent" for the win.
When not playing at altitude, Bolivia is often easy prey for Chile and last year, in the first phase of the America's Cup, then hosts delivered a resounding 5-0 to the green.
After the painful defeat against Argentina, which has had some emotional impact in the red, a win would be the best balm, but Bolivia is obliged to surrender to the maximum and intends to present battle.
Juan Antonio Pizzi technician prepares changes of training with respect to the party of his debut, with what could recover the figure of a striker in the area and would displace Alexis Sánchez to its natural place at the end.
As he has shown in training, Mauricio Pinilla could assume ownership at the end instead of Eduardo Vargas, who was replaced in the match against Argentina and it seems that it has not pleased Pizzi for its performance.
Chilean picture will have the low secure Eugenio Mena, who suffered a tear, and probably will be replaced by Jean Beausejour on the left side, and has at least two other players in doubt by muscle discomfort.
Midfielder Marcelo Díaz, with a contusion in his right thigh, could cause low, which would be replaced by Francisco Silva, while Arturo Vidal, even if you drag some physical problems, is more likely to get into the starting eleven.
Bolivia will also have a noticeable low, that of midfielder Fernando Saucedo, who suffered a concussion in the meniscus of the left leg, and has questioned the Defender Diego Bejarano a contracture.
The Andean Team aspires to regain the defensive order of which it lacked before Panama and plans to tie to Chile with a line of five defenses and wait until any chance of backlash to cause an upset.