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Brazil vs Peru live stream, predictions & team news | Copa America

By Mohamed Moallim

Brazil vs Peru live stream, predictions & team news | Copa America

Published: 14:48, 4 July 2021

Brazil can secure back-to-back Copa America final appearances when they face Peru at Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos on Tuesday morning (midnight UK time).

Tite’s men are the defending South American champions and have yet to suffer defeat this summer, which cannot be said for The Incas, who earlier in the competition were humbled 4-0 by their semi-final opponent.

Where to live stream Brazil vs Peru online:

Bet365 are live streaming Copa America fixtures online this summer. You can currently access fixtures being live-streamed on the bet365 platform by following the steps below:

  1. Go to bet365 via this link
  2. Register for an account (this could also earn you up to £100 in free bet credits, though terms and conditions apply and you have to be over 18)
  3. Make a deposit to unlock the live stream sections of the site
  4. Head to the live stream section of the site
  5. Watch your chosen game live

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US & Canada: Those without a FuboTV account already can take advantage of their seven-day free trial (Ts&Cs apply) to watch Copa America.

Where to watch Brazil vs Peru on TV:

  • UK: TBD
  • US: TBD

Scoreline prediction: Brazil 2-0 Peru

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Brazil vs Peru build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

The defending champions began this summer’s competition with resounding victories over Venezuela (3-0) and their upcoming semi-final opponents Peru (4-0) before securing a narrow 2-1 win over Colombia and 1-1 draw with Ecuador. Tite’s men didn’t have it all their way in their quarter-final meeting against Chile; substitute Lucas Paquetá gave them a 46th-minute lead but mere seconds later Gabriel Jesus found himself taking an early shower after committing a scandalous foul. Brazil held on — finishing with the same number of shots on goal (5) as La Roja — and now seek a sixth Copa America title across 10 editions.

Things started off on the wrong foot when Peru were humbled 4-0 by Brazil but Los Incas somewhat recovered well by finishing runners-up in Group B behind the hosts. However, in their following three games after meeting the Seleção, they’d pick up seven points with both wins coming via a one goal margin (2-1 v Colombia and 1-0 v Venezuela). Peru’s quarter-final date with Paraguay ended in an enthralling 3-3 draw. Ricardo Gareca’s side held their nerve in the penalty shoot-out, ultimately winning 4-3. Miguel Trauco netted the decisive spotkick to secure Peru a fourth semi-final berth in the last five Copa America tournaments.

  • Brazil (vs Chile): Ederson; Danilo, Silva, Marquinhos, Lodi; Fred, Casemiro; Jesus*, Firmino, Richarlison; Neymar.
  • Peru (vs Paraguay): Gallese; Corzo, Santamaría, Ramos, Trauco; Yotún, Tapia; Carrillo*, Peña, Cueva; Lapadula.

Christian Ramos returns to Gareca’s squad after serving his one-match ban, but there are doubts over Alexander Callens’ availability following a thigh injury he sustained in the Ecuador match. Andre Carrillo misses out through suspension. He’s joined on the sidelines by Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus after he was shown a straight red for a horror challenge in their 1-0 win over Chile. Éverton is expected to replace the Manchester City star in Tite’s starting lineup, but Lucas Paquetá, who scored the game’s winner, is pushing for a start.

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Player to watch: Neymar (Brazil)

It’s fair to say that Neymar is making up for lost time after missing Brazil’s successful 2019 Copa America campaign through injury. That first continental triumph since 2007 means Brazil’s second all-time top scorer is yet to call himself a South American champion. Following another challenging season with Paris Saint-Germain, he came into this competition with great purpose and started by registering two goals and two assists in Brazil’s opening three fixtures. Neymar was quiet in their hard-fought quarter-final win over but will fancy his chances of returning to scoring ways against Peru, whom he’s previously netted against this summer.