Peru vs last minute changes. Venezuela qualifiers on their way to the Qatar 2022 World Cup. This Friday, Conmepol announced that two members of the arbitration list had been reshuffled. Of course, the sports company declined to provide details about the decision to consider Sunday’s game.
In this way, Ecuador’s Luis Guerrero (originally named the Fourth Officer) would take the place of his comrade Guillermo Guerrero, the pioneer in carrying out acts of determination in the city of Lima. Franklin’s Ganga will now take the place left by Kuros.
The rest of the committee that administers justice will initially be the appointed committee. I.e., assistants Ecuadorians Byron Romero (assistant referee 1), Ricardo Barron (assistant referee 2). Carlos RBE will be in VAR, he will be in the cabin with Christian Lescano (AVAR).
This is Luis Guerrero’s first experience in a World Cup qualifier. The referee was only on friendly appointments as a fourth judge and has directed two matches in the 2019 South American U-17, in which he was the fourth officer.
A novelty in La Blanquirroja
After a 1-1 draw against Uruguay, the team led by Ricardo Carreca trained at the Videna facility this Friday. The Peruvian team can trust Gianluca Lapadula, who has already met the suspension date.
Renato Tobia and Sergio Pena realized the game against the ‘Saria’ and underwent tests to find out the status of each in more detail. If there is no difficulty, the midfielders should be against Vinodino.
Changes in Venezuela
The Lanero players fell 3-1 against Argentina at home and lost two important men. Defender Jose Manuel Velasquez suffered an Achilles tendon fracture in his left ankle. Similarly, federal defender Adrian Martinez was sent off for a foul against Lionel Messi.
Faced with an emergency due to casualties, interim coach Leonardo Gonzalez called on player Francisco La Montia to look into the commitments against Peru (Sunday 5) and Paraguay (Thursday 9).