Chile off to winning start against Australia

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 | 1

Alexies Sanchez and co made easy work of Australia to get their world cup campaign to a winning start, Aussies did create a few problems for south americans but never had any control of the game.

Chile saw off the challenge from Australia to get all three points

Alexies Sanches goal gave Chile the early lead in 12th minute which was later doubled by Jorge Valdivia in 15th minute. Chile looked much the better side with more goals in them, but credit to austrlian side who made a match of it when Cahill scored in 35th minute. Aussies never gave up the search of equaliser but it never arrived.

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Australian vs Chile – Group B Match
Date Time Channels Venue
Friday, 13 June 2014 22:00 GMT – 23:00 BST BBC (UK), ESPN (USA)  Cuiaba

The 4th World Cup match will be between Group B teams Australia and Chile which will be taking place on 13th july 2014 at around 18:00 Local time (23:00 BST) and it will be played in Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba. The game will be shown live on ITv1 in UK while ESPN will have the live coverage on TV and internet through their websites. Tsmplug will be posting free live streams of Australia vs Chile game 1 hour before the kickoff.

Chile vs Australia – Possible Starting Lineups

Australia are likely to start with Tim Cahill upfront on his own, while Oar, Lecki and Jadinak playing just behind Cahill in 4-2-3-1 formation. Bresciano and Milligan to start in central midfield roles. Chile on the other hand are likely to go with Pinilla and Sanchez upfront while Vergas, Vidal, Isla and Carmona to play in the midfield. Check out the possible starting lineup of both sides.

Australia vs Chile Predictions:

Aussies have neen poor in the last couple of years and they will be relying heavily on Cahill to get that odd goal but on paper Chile looks much the stronger side and I can only see one result in this game. Chile to win comfortably against a struggling aussie side who are going through transition period.

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