Sports Mole takes an in-depth look at how Bolivia could line up for Tuesday's Copa America clash with Paraguay.
Given their impressive turn in form in recent World Cup Qualifying games, Bolivia should keep a largely unchanged side for Tuesday's Copa America opener against Paraguay.
One change that Cesar Farias is likely to make though is introducing midfielder Juan Carlos Arce back into the starting XI, as he may rely on the additional tournament experience.
Farias should continue with his solid row of five in midfield, with Arce likely lining up alongside Leonel Justiniano, Danny Bejarano, Boris Cespedes and Rodrigo Ramallo.
The line will be led by talisman Marcelo Moreno, who has starred for his country for over 10 years, netting 25 goals in 83 international appearances.
He will come in with plenty of confidence, having netted six goals in Bolivia's last six matches in all competitions to go clear as their all-time record scorer.
Meanwhile, Adrian Jusino and Luis Haquin should continue to partner up at the back, with the experienced pair of Diego Bejarano and Jose Sagredo operating in the full-back roles.
Bolivia possible starting lineup: Lampe; Diego Bejarano, Haquin, Jusino, Sagredo; Vaca, Justiniano, Danny Bejarano, Cespedes, Ramallo; Moreno
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