Uruguay has 80 games against Chile throughout history, according to data from the Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) website. By qualifying, they have met 16 times from 1969 to date: Celeste won eight times, Red did it four times and there were four draws.
As a local, Uruguay never lost against Chile. Played eight times, won seven, and tied once (in the Qualifiers for South Africa). The last match played in the Centennial between these teams was on November 17, 2015, when Uruguay beat Chile 3-0 with goals from Diego Godín, Álvaro Pereira and Martín Cáceres.
The last qualifying game, on the other hand, was Celeste’s defeat in Santiago 3-1 on November 15, 2016.
Of the last seven games in the history against the trans-Andeans, the points have been distributed: there were two wins for each side and three draws.
Uruguay’s last loss in the Centennial was on March 23, 2017, by the Qualifiers for Russia 2018, when they lost 4 to 1 against Brazil. The streak of the Óscar Tabárez team at home is very good: that is the only defeat in the last 17 games played in the Centenario.
Chile does not bring large numbers in its departures from Santiago: he added a single point of the last 18 possible by Qualifying as a visitor, and it has been five games that he has not converted in that condition.