Sports Mole takes an in-depth look at how Chile could line up for Friday's Copa America clash with Paraguay.
Chile currently find themselves with a crop of players in good form, having made an impressive start to their Copa America campaign, as they head into their final group game against Paraguay.
They do have one notable omission, though, as key attacker Alexis Sanchez has missed the opening three games with a foot injury picked up in training.
In his absence, the attack has been led by Eduardo Vargas, who has found the net twice in their first three games.
He will be joined by Ben Brereton, who netted his first Chile goal in their 1-0 win over Bolivia, after committing to the South American outfit prior to the tournament.
La Roja boast one of the best and most experienced spines in the tournament, with midfielders Arturo Vidal and Charles Aranguiz having made 207 combined international appearances.
Behind them, Gary Medel and Guillermo Maripan marshal a solid defensive line, having arguably been the two most impressive players for Chile so far in the group stage.
They will shield goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, who will earn his 132nd cap for the national team on Friday.
Chile possible starting lineup: Bravo; Isla, Medel, Maripan, Mena; Vidal, Aranguiz, Pulgar; Brereton, Vargas, Meneses
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