Brazil will meet Peru in Sao Paulo for their last game of the group stage of Copa America. The match will define the winner of the group, as both national teams collected four points each so far, and the one who takes the three points at Arena Corinthians will finish on the top spot in the standing.
Peru vs Brazil Head to Head
|Head to Head||Last game||Last games||Last games home/away|
|Peru||Loss||2 W/ 5 D/ 13 L||1 W/ 3 D/ 4 L|
|Brazil||Win||13 W/ 5 D/ 2 L||4 W/ 3 D/ 1 L|
Last game between the nations: 16.11.2016 Peru – Brazil 0:2; Gabriel Jesus 58′, Renato Augusto 79′
Last game on Peruvian soil: 16.11.2016 Peru – Brazil 0:2; Gabriel Jesus 58′, Renato Augusto 79′
Worth mentioning: The Brazilians dominate in the rivalry with Peru, as they lost just two of the previous twenty encounters. Selesao were able to score in eighteen of the last twenty games between those two nations. Four of the previous ten meetings between Brazil and Peru saw both sides hitting the back of the nets, while three matches produced over 2,5 goals. Three of the last five games on Brazilian soil featured over 2,5 goals, as just one witnessed goals at both ends.
Peru vs Brazil Stats
|As of 20.06||Last game||Last games||Last games home/away|
|Peru||Win||4 W/ 2 D/ 4 L||2 W/ 0 D/ 3 L|
|Brazil||Draw||8 W/ 2 D/ 0 L||5 W/ 0 D/ 0 L|
Last game Peru: 19.06.2019 Copa America: Bolivia – Peru 1:3; Marcelo Martins 28′ (penalty); Paolo Guerrero 45′, Jefferson Farfan 55′, Edison Flores 90′
Next game Peru: 22.06.2019 Copa America: Peru – Brazil
Last game Brazil: 19.06.2019 Copa America: Brazil – Venezuela 0:0
Next game Brazil: 22.06.2019 Copa America: Peru – Brazil
|Last 10 games||GF:GA||Over 2,5||BTTS||Clean sheets|
Worth mentioning: Two of the previous five Peru outings produced over 2,5 goals, and only the most recent one saw both sides to score, as The Incas were able to keep two clean sheets in the process. Three of the previous five Peru matches away from home produced over 2,5 goals and in four both teams managed to hit the back of the net.
The Brazilians are undefeated in their last twelve outings as they missed to score only in their previous game, which finished in a goalless draw against Venezuela. Three of their last five matches featured over 3,5 goals, while only one witnessed goals at both ends, as the Brazilians kept four clean sheets. The last Brazilian home loss dates back to 2014, when they lost the 3rd place play-off.
Peru vs Brazil News
Missing players Peru: No reports of injuries or suspensions.
Missing players Brazil: Marcelo, Neymar, Fabinho, Douglas Costa and Danilo are not picked up for the tournament.
Peru vs Brazil Predictions
Under 2,5 goals – 2.00 @ bet365