Peru will try to reinforce the impression they made with their winning debut in the 2019 South American U-20 championship here when they face Paraguay, who have only a point after two matches.
Peru, who didn't play on Sunday, will head into Wednesday's match rested and still basking in the glow of their 1-0 triumph over defending champions Uruguay.
Winning the second match would lift Peru to 6 points and leave them well-poised to reach the finals from Group B, where they are currently tied with Ecuador and Uruguay at 3 points, though the Peruvians have a game in hand.
Paraguay, on the other hand, is under more pressure as they prepare for the match on Tuesday night in Talca, because they are last in Group B.
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