Want to know all about colombia vs venezuela where to watch live The game is valid for the 1st round of South American Qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup, this Thursday (7), at 8 pm (Brasília time), on the lawn of the Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan Stadium, in Barranquilla, Colombia. Check out more information below and more details of Colombia vs Venezuela where to watch.
Where to watch Colombia vs Venezuela live
Fans will be able to watch the match on SporTV 2. Opponents in the two main competitions in South America, the teams have faced each other 41 times so far, and the numbers are very advantageous for the hosts of this match. That’s because Colombia has won 19 times to Venezuela’s six, with another 16 draws. As a result, the Colombians scored more goals, 54 against 24 for the Venezuelans.
Where to watch Colombia vs Venezuela live and schedule
Day: September 7, 2023.
Time: 20h (Brasília time).
Local: Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan Stadium, Barranquilla, Colombia.
where to watch: SporTV 2 (closed channel).
Probable lineups Colombia vs Venezuela
With Néstor Lorenzo at the helm, Colombia have created a style of play that combines traditional cafetera grit with a modern tactical vision. In addition, the renewal in defense with young talents like Yerry Mina and Davinson Sánchez brought freshness and solidity. The two central defenders, with their size and ability to anticipate, have been crucial in defence.
In short, Colombia comes into this match with a mix of experience and youth, with a clear strategy and players ready to give their all on the field. The game against Venezuela promises to be a real tactical and emotional battle.
Colombia’s probable starting lineup: Camilo Vargas; Muñoz, Sanchez, Yerry Mina and Machado; Barrios, Jefferson Lerma, Cuadrado, James Rodríguez and Luis Díaz; Borré. Technician: Nestor Lorenzo.
Venezuela, the vinotintohas long been the underdog of South America. Although historically they have not enjoyed the same prominence as other teams on the continent, in recent years they have shown that they have evolved in football and want to compete better against their rivals on the continent.
Recently, with the arrival of Fernando Batista as the new manager, there is a fresh air in the team. Batista, who had a remarkable spell with Argentina’s youth teams, brings with him an offensive game philosophy and a new vision that promises to boost Venezuela’s talent.
Venezuela’s likely starting lineup: Graterol; Makoun, Chancellor, Aramburu and Mago; Rincon, Moreno, Bueno and Martínez; Marques and Rondon. Technician: Fernando Batista.
Colombia vs Venezuela lineups
Lineups are announced approximately 1 hour before the game
Colombia v Venezuela Arbitration
Referee: Anderson Daronco (BRA)
Assistant 1: Rodrigo Correa (BRA)
Assistant 2: Guilherme Camilo (BRA)
VAR: Wagner Reway (BRA)