Uruguay occupy a group with Chile, Peru and Mexico and stand a very good chance of qualifying top of the group, something Totesport make an 11/8 chance.
Starting off against Peru should be a good warm up for the Uruguayans, Peru are a 9/1 shot (Skybet) and perhaps will come to keep the score down.
In recent matches, Peru have managed shut outs against Czech Rep, Japan, Ecuador and Panama (consecutively, it should be added) and another clean sheet is 6/1 with Paddy Power. A 4th consecutive 0-0 draw is 12/1 with Stan James and this, arguably, is what the Peruvians will be aiming for.
Uruguay should have the fire-power though. With Edinson Cavani, Diego Forlan and Luis Suarez in attack, the Uruguayans should have plenty of ammo to pepper Peru’s goal and they are evens with bet365 to come away with a win to nil. In fact, the winning margin for Uruguay to be 2 goals or better is appealing at 6/5 (Blue Square) while Skybet have 15/8 on Uruguay netting 3 or more.