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BRA vs PER Dream11 Team Prediction Tips for Brazil vs Peru Copa America Live Score 6 July

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BRA vs PER Dream11 Prediction: Brazil and Peru will lock their horns at the Estadio Nilton Santos, Rio de Janerio in a Copa America 2021 semi-final fixture on Tuesday morning. The 2019 Copa America champions Brazil are the undisputed favourites heading into this clash, having breezed through Group A with ten points in four matches, though they were in a bit of trouble against Chile in the quarter-final.

BRA vs PER Dream11 Prediction

Peru lost 4-0 to Brazil in the opening game of the campaign, but they have since recovered and finished just three points behind the reigning champions in Group B. Both national teams were made to sweat in the quarter-final fixture, with Brazil narrowly defeating Chile 1-0 and Peru beating Paraguay 4-3 on penalties as the game ended 3-3 after extra time. Peru will be without their top-scorer Andre Carrillo as he was red-carded in the quarter-finals and Brazil have Gabriel Jesus ruled out due to suspension.

Date: 6 July, Tuesday
Time: 4:30 AM (IST)
Venue: Estadio Olimpico Nilton Santos, Rio de Janeiro

Brazil vs Peru Live, Copa America

Where to watch Brazil vs Peru Live Score and Live Stream? Live stream on Sony Liv and Jio TV (Sony Ten 2/Sony Ten 2 HD) in India.

Recent form:

Brazil – W-D-W-W-W
Peru – W-W-D-W-L

Head-to-head (last five meetings)

Brazil Wins- 04
Draws– 00
Peru Wins– 01

Brazil News

Injury Report and Unavailability: Felipe suffered a knee injury last week and has been ruled out for the rest of the competition. Gabriel Jesus is suspended.

Expected changes and Strategy: Striker Gabigol is expected to start against Peru. Other than Jesus, Brazil are expected to revert to their full strength starting XI on Friday.

Brazil Starting XI (Likely)

Alisson Becker
Danilo
Eder Militao
Marquinhos
Alex Sandro
Casemiro
Lucas Pacqueta
Roberto Firmino
Richarlison
Neymar
Gabigol

Peru News

Injury Report and Unavailability: Andre Carrillo is suspended for this crucial encounter. There are no other injury concerns at the moment.

Expected changes and Strategy: Alexander Callens has recovered from a thigh injury that prevented him from featuring in the quarter-finals against Venezuela and is in contention to start here.

Peru Starting XI (Likely)

Pedro Gallese
Miguel Trauco
Alexander Callens
Christian Ramos
Aldo Corzo
Yoshimar Yotun
Renato Tapia
Christian Cueva
Sergio Pena
Santiago Ormeno
Gianluca Lapadula

Captain Options

Neymar: Neymar has 2 goals and a total of 8 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 33.58%. He had a total of 4 big chances. He has a total of 2 assist, 4 key passes and he created a total of 7 chances.

Richarlison: Richarlison has 1 goals and a total of 7 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 26.38%. He had a total of 5 big chances. He has a total of 1 assist, 4 key passes and he created a total of 6 chances.

X-factors, differential picks

Gianluca Lapadula: Lapadula has 2 goal and a total of 5 shots on goals. This results in a goal conversion rate of 37.14%. He had a total of 5 big chances. He has a total of 1 assist, 2 key passes and he created a total of 7 chances.

BRA vs PER Dream11 Team

Goalkeeper: Gallese
Defenders: Corzo, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Danilo
Midfielders: Casemiro, Richarlison, Cueva
Attackers: Neymar, Paqueta, Lapadula

Who will win?

Peru are more than capable of making this a very difficult contest for Brazil, but we are finding it very difficult to predict anything other than a routine success for Tite’s side, who have been strong defensively this summer and have the players going forward to cause Peru plenty of problems. In our BRA vs PER Today Match Prediction odds, we back for a 2-0 win for Brazil in this match.

Jeet Ghosh

Jeet Ghosh is a Football Journalist, living and working in Kolkata with years of experience. He is a Post Graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Jadavpur University. Jeet is a sports lover but has a special liking for football. He has worked as a football writer with The Citizen, Sportsflashes, Sportskeeda. He follows the football leagues around the world and is somewhat partial towards Real Madrid.