(Sporting Alert) — Uruguay have decided to go with a three man attacking line for the CONMEBOL World Cup 2014 qualifying game against Venezuela at Centenario tonight.
Diego Forlan, Edison Cavani and Luis Suárez are the men trusted once again to lead the attack tonight and South American giants will be hoping to build on the solid start they’ve had qualifier so far.
Uruguay, which are still to taste defeat from its opening three games, lead the table on goal-difference, but have the same amount of points as Argentina, who will be in action also tonight.
Venezuela have also had a good start and they too have seven points as Uruguay, but like Argentina, they too have played one more games.
Also starting here on Saturday are Diego Pérez and Álvaro Pereira, who both line up in midfield alongside Egidio Arévalo.
Suarez was on target in Uruguay last outing, which they drew 1-1 against Russia.
Venezuela have not been in impressive form in recent time – losing four of its last five, although they did hammered Moldova 4-0, late last month.
Uruguay vs Venezuela
Uruguay: Muslera, Maxi Pereira, Lugano, Godin, Caceres, Perez, Arevalo Rios, Pereira, Forlan, Cavani, Suarez
Subs: Silva, Coates, Gargano, Fernandez, Rodriguez, Eguren, Abreu, Lodeiro, Ramirez, Scotti, Gonzalez, Castillo
Venezuela: Vega, Rosales, Vizcarrondo, Amorebieta, Cichero, Di Giorgi, Rincon, Seijas, Frank Feltscher, Arango, Jose Salomon Rondon
Subs: Morales, Rolf Feltscher, Flores, Miku, Mario Rondon, Orozco, Del Valle, Perez Greco, Guerra, Perozo, Gonzalez, Romo
Referee: Arias Antonio ()