The Chilean team receives the Peruvian team at home with the aim of scoring 3 points, something that they could not in the first double day of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers. Here we leave you with the complete guide to see this great game.

Chile vs. Peru LIVE for the Qualifiers heading to Qatar 2022 from the National Stadium in Santiago. The match will take place this Friday, November 13 from 8:00 p.m. local time (6:00 pm in Peruvian territory) and here we leave you all the information so that you can see LIVE this game that faces La Roja against La Blanquirroja, in one of the most anticipated duels of this day 3 of the Qualifiers, the famous 'Classic of the Pacific'.


How to watch a Live Stream  of Chile vs Peru 

Follow Chilevisión live through:

Satellite signal


DirecTV: Channel 151 Channel (SD / HD) - Channel 1151 (HD)

Movistar TV: Channel 121 (SD) - Channel 811 (HD)

Claro TV: Channel 55 (SD) - Channel 555 (HD)

TuVes HD: Channel 57 (HD)

Entel TV HD: Channel 66 (HD)

Magic TV Chile: Channel 5 (HD) - Channel 6 (SD)

Signal cable


VTR: Channel 21 (Santiago)

Claro TV: Channel 55 (SD) - Channel 555 (HD)

CMET: Channel 21

World: Channel 15 (SD) - Channel 515 (HD)

RED TV: Channel 27

Inet TV: Channel 9 (Castro) - Channel 4 (Ancud)

Star Magic Cable: Channel 3 (San Antonio)

Cable de la Costa: Channel 3 (SD) - Channel 211 (HD)

Coltrahue Digital: Channel 14.3

Where to watch the live match between Chile and Peru

Argentina | Channel 7 Public TV

Chile | Chilevision, CDF HD

Colombia | Caracol TV, Caracol Play

Costa Rica | Sky HD

Dominican Republic | Sky HD, SportsMax App, SportsMax

Ecuador | DIRECTV Sports Ecuador, Soccer Channel

El Salvador | Sky HD

France | beIN Sports 2, beIN SPORTS CONNECT, Free

Mexico | Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD

Panama | Sky HD

Peru | América Televisión, Movistar Deportes Peru, América TVGO

Spain | Movistar +, Movistar Champions League 1

United States | Fanatiz USA, FITE

Uruguay | VTV +

Chile arrives with the pressure of adding at home




In front, the Chilean team does not go through one of its best moments and the task of its coach, the Colombian Reinaldo Rueda, has been criticized after the first two dates. Even the leadership of the Chilean federation has already put pressure on him to win against Peru and then against Venezuela.


"We know that if only one or two points are added on this double date, the pressure from the media for the results, after four days, will be installed on us and also on the technician," they said from the Chilean leadership to the local newspaper El Mercurio.


Fiorentina midfielder Erick Pulgar had to make a two-day journey to reach Santiago from Europe on Wednesday at midnight. His club denounced the player for breaking the quarantine carried out by the campus for alleged infections and would be punished.


Central Guillermo Maripán and forward Nicklas Castro also arrived from Europe two days before the match. Meanwhile, forward Diego Rubio, was separated from the selected as a precaution after a case of coronavirus was registered in his club, the Colorado Rapids of the United States.


Peru will go for a historic victory in Santiago

In qualifying matches played in Santiago, La Roja won seven times, drew two and knows of no defeats against the blood band. But the Peruvians are hopeful to turn history around after winning in the last two rounds: 3-0 in a friendly in Miami in October 2018, and another victory by the same score in one of the semifinals of the Copa América-2019 in which Peru came second after losing the final to Brazil.


"It is always a good time (to win in Santiago), we only think about winning," said Argentine coach Ricardo Gareca, a hero since he took charge of Peru in 2015.


Gareca qualified the Peruvian team for the 2018 World Cup in Russia after 36 years, and has managed to renew names in the squad, such as the Italian-Peruvian striker Gianluca Lapadula (Benevento / Italy), whose debut against Chile is exciting.


"We are analyzing what is best for the game," Gareca said of the match in Santiago.


Possible alignments of Chile - Peru

Chile: Claudio Bravo - Mauricio Isla, Paulo Díaz, Guillermo Maripán, Sebastián Vegas - Claudio Baeza, Erick Pulgar, Arturo Vidal - César Pinares, Felipe Mora and Alexis Sánchez. DT: Reinaldo Rueda.


Peru: Pedro Gallese - Luis Advíncula, Miguel Araujo, Luis Abram, Miguel Trauco - Pedro Aquino, Yoshimar Yotún, Renato Tapia, André Carrillo, Christian Cueva - Raúl Ruidíaz. DT: Ricardo Gareca.

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