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Brazil vs. Peru – COPA America Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Prediction.

Copa America Group A fixture, Brazil vs. Peru will kick off on Friday, the 18th of June at the Olympic Stadium. Time: 01:00 (GMT+1).

The Brazilians remain unbeaten in six games across all international competitions: WWWWWW, after the 3-0 win in their opening game over Venezuela on the 13th of June. Marquinhos (23'), Neymar (64' P.) and Gabriel (89') all put their names on the score-sheet as Brazil picked up their first three points of the tournament after 1W, 0D & 0L. They sit at the top of Group A based on a goal difference of +3, - ahead of Colombia with equal points and a goal difference of +1. The win left Brazil’s coach, Adenor Leonardo Bacchi, commonly referred to as Tite impressed as his side put a foot forward in the race to qualify for the next round. He remains with a 74%-win rate after 41W, 10D & 4L from 55 games in charge. On Friday, the 60-year-old will have goal scorer, [against Venezuela] Marquinhos, Chelsea’s Thiago Silva, and Madrid’s Casemiro available once again for selection, not to mention PSG’s Neymar. An attacking 4—3—3 formation with the latter, Everton’s Richarlison and Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus is expected on Friday when Brazil makes their second appearance at COPA America.

Meanwhile, Peru will be coming into this fixture behind a win after five straight defeats in six games across all international competitions: LLLLLW. Unlike Brazil, this would be Peru’s first game at COPA America. Earlier in the week, it was reported that the Peruvian Football Federation made it known about one of its fitness coaches for the tournament who tested positive for COVID-19. Hence a few members of the coaching crew may be forced to isolate pending the new round of tests before the game kicks off on Friday. An attacking 4—3—3 formation is expected from coach of Peru, Ricardo Gareca on Friday. Gareca would have the likes of Ramos, Abram, Lopez, Yotun, Tapja and ex-Milan forward, Lapadula available for selection for Peru’s first appearance of the tournament.

On the 14th of October, 2020, Brazil defeated Peru, 4-2. Before that fixture, Peru had won by a lone goal on the 11th of September 2019. An earlier fixture ended in a 3-1 win for Brazil in July of the same year.

A 3-0 win for Brazil is predicted at full-time.

Venue: Olympic Stadium.

Date: Friday, June 18, 2021.

Kick-Off Time: 01:00 (GMT+1).

Tournament: Copa America.