Brazil will face Peru on Saturday at 9:00 pm at the Arena Corinthians in the third round of the Copa America, which is being held in Brazil from June 14 to July 7.
The Brazilian team is looking forward to today’s three points from Peru to secure their qualification for the next round of the continental championship.
We review the figures of the historical encounters of the two teams:
Brazil beat Peru in 20 out of 30 matches during the official Copa America or World Cup qualifiers.
The teams were tied in seven matches while the Sampa lost in just three matches. Brazil scored 57 goals and conceded only 19 goals.
Brazil managed to score the biggest result of their 7-0 win over Peru in the Copa America Cup semi-final in 1997.
The Sampa are top of the standings with 4 points, equal to Peru, while Venezuela come third with two points, while Bolivia are in the last place with no points.
The coach of Selsao Titi has chosen to make this payment since the start of the meeting:
Goalkeeper: Allison Baker.
In the line of defense: Felipe Lewis – Daniel Elvis – Tiago Silva and Marcinius.
Midfielders: Artur Milo – Casimiro – Everton.
Up front: Felipe Coutinho – Gabriel Jesús and Roberto Fermino.