Australia vs Peru

The World Cup 2018 officially gets underway on the 14th of June which gives you just over a month to prepare. Whilst, of course, this means stocking the fridge with match-day snacks and beverages and decorating ever spare inch of your house with St George’s flags, for online gamblers it also means doing your homework in order to be able to place the best and most lucrative World Cup bets possible.

Luckily for GoWin readers, we’ve done most of the hard work for you. In this series of posts, we’re looking at all of the most popular World Cup betting markets, including the odds on all of the group stage matches. One of these matches will be Australia vs Peru, who will compete against each other on the 26th June in the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi.

The match will be both teams’ third and final match in the group stages so it’s sure to be a tense match. This not only makes it all the more exciting to watch, but all the more exciting to take a punt on too! Read on to learn everything you need to know before placing a wager on Australia vs Peru, including details on both teams recent performances, their odds of winning and their odds of advancing into the Round of 16.

Australia vs Peru World Cup 2018: Date and Time

As we’ve just mentioned, Australia and Peru will play each other as their third and final match of the group stages of the competition. The game will be played in the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, which has a 41,220 spectator capacity and will also be the location for one of the quarter-final matches.

Australia vs Peru will take place on Tuesday the 26th of June, and kick off will be at 16:00 PM (CET).

By the time this match is played, both teams will have already played two matches each in the tournament, and their previous performances are sure to influence the betting odds closer to the time. What’s more, this match presents the two teams with their final chances of bagging a win, and ultimately could impact their chances of advancing out of the group stages.

Australia vs Peru: Group C Odds to Advance

Australia and Peru belong to Group C in the World Cup 2018, which also includes France and Denmark. Whilst neither team in this match are favourites to progress into the Round of 16, Peru are considered more likely to advance over Australia.

France are the favourites to advance from group C and we’d find it very surprising if they didn’t. Denmark should, statistically, be the next most likely to advance and therefore occupying the second place to progress, but there is also a chance they could be pipped to the post by Peru.

This leaves this match slightly inconsequential. Whilst it would be rude to say that a win is not important to either team, by this stage in the competition it’s likely that Australia will already be facing elimination, and Peru’s fate will be clinched by however Denmark perform. That being said, if Peru and Denmark are facing off for second place in the group, Peru will be determined to score as many goals as possible as goal difference could be the clincher.

Australia vs Peru Winner Betting Odds

At the moment, the betting odds on Peru vs Australia show that Peru are the clear favourites to win:

  • Peru to win: 13/11
  • Australia to win: 5/2
  • Draw: 21/10

These odds show that the bookmakers think a Peruvian win is certainly the most likely outcome in this match. There is a small amount of value in placing this bet, but backing a draw may be a more appealing and lucrative option.

Given that it’s likely that both teams will be playing knowing that they’re not advancing, we think a draw is entirely possible. That being said, we would wait till closer the time to place a wager on this match, so that you can assess how the rest of the Group C matches have unfolded.

Australia vs Peru: Recent Team Statistics

If you are still considering placing a bet on France vs Peru, then looking at recent match statistics for both teams could give you the clues you need to beat the bookies.


  • In their qualifying group stage, Australia won five out of the ten games they played (50%), drew four and lost the other.
  • This means that they failed to automatically qualify for the 2018 World Cup and had to play off against Syria. They won this match 3-2 on aggravate.
  • Within the eleven qualifying games they played, including the play-off against Syria, Australia scored a total of 19 goals, yet they also conceded 13 and had one goalless match.
  • The odds on Australia winning the World Cup 2018 stand at around 500/1.


  • In their qualifying stages, Peru won seven out of the eighteen games they played (38.89%), drew five and lost six.
  • This meant that they failed to automatically qualify for the 2018 World Cup, and had to play off against New Zealand. They won this match 2-0 on aggravate.
  • Within the nineteen qualifying games they played, including the play-off against New Zealand, Peru scored 29 times and had five goalless matches.
  • The odds on Peru winning the World Cup 2018 stand at around 200/1.