La Roja begins this Thursday a triple decisive date on its way to qualify for the World Cup. Martín Lasarte’s team needs to get at least seven points in their three games to continue with a real chance of reaching Qatar, and Peru is the first great stumbling block.
For the duel in Lima, the national team will not be able to count on Arturo Vidal, who is suspended for accumulating yellow cards. What’s more, Eduardo Vargas and Francisco Sierralta were left out of these qualifying days due to injuries that sidelined them from the payroll.
However, not everything is bad news for La Roja, since Charles Aránguiz, who arrived in Chile with some physical discomfort, trained normally within the starting team and appears in the star eleven. But without a doubt the great novelty would be the inclusion of Carlos Palacios, who would accompany Alexis Sánchez and Jean Meneses in a line of three, to leave Ben Brereton in offensive work.
In this way, the line-up of the Chilean National Team for this Thursday against Peru would be with: Claudio Bravo; Mauricio Isla, Gary Medel, Guillermo Maripán, Sebastián Vegas; Erick Pulgar, Charles Aránguiz; Carlos Palacios, Alexis Sánchez, Jean Meneses; Ben Brereton.