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Copa América - How to watch Bolivia vs Peru on June 18, 2019

June 17, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
Neither of these teams was able to win during their opening game, which makes this clash a crucial one to keep their hopes for success alive.

What is Bolivia and Peru's Copa América record?

Bolivia gets to this competition undergoing a new re-building process, led by the recently-appointed Eduardo Villegas. La Verde has only been able to reach two Copa América finals, winning one in 1963 and losing the other one in 1997. Both of those tournaments took place in Bolivia.

Perú is a two-time Copa América champion, with their last title coming in 1975. Since then, the Peruvian side has not been able to return to the title match. The team's best results since their 1975 triumph took place in the 2011 and 2015 editions, when they managed to earn a well deserved third place.

What is Bolivia and Peru's form ahead of this game?

Bolivia gets to this match having won only one of their last eleven games, including four losses in a row. La Verde has not won a single game since October 2018, when they defeated Myanmar with a 3-0 score. Their last game concluded in a 3-0 defeat against Brazil on Matchday 1.

Perú has only won two of their last seven games. Three of those losses have seen Gareca's men lose without even scoring a goal. Their two wins during that run came with the same score: 1-0. The team's last game ended in a 3-0 defeat against Colombia. Their first game in the 2019 Copa América ended in a draw against Venezuela.

Bolivia vs Peru - Head-to-head

  • This will be the 48th game between Bolivia and Peru.

  • Peru has won 22 of the 37 previous games between these teams.

  • Bolivia has only been able to win thirteen games against Peru.

  • The last Copa América matchup between these teams ended in a 3-1 win for Peru in the 2015 edition.

Bolivia vs Peru - Injuries and suspensions

None of these teams had any players sent off during their previous Copa América games, which makes all of their players available for their second match in Group A.

There are three players in serious danger of being banned for the third match. Bolivia's Fernando Saucedo was booked during the match against Brazil, while Peru's André Carrillo and Renato Tapia were also handed yellow cards while facing Venezuela. If any of these players are booked during this game, they will not be able to play on Matchday 3.

Broadcast info: Bolivia vs Peru

In Bolivia: Tigo Sports Bolivia. 

In Peru: DIRECTV Sports Peru, América TVGO, DIRECTV Play Deportes.

In the U.S.: ESPN+, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, NBC Sports Live Extra App.

In the U.K.: Premier Player HD, Premier Sports 1.

In Brazil: SporTV, SporTV Play.

In México: Sky HD, Blue To Go Video Everywhere.

In Argentina: TyC Sports Play, DIRECTV Sports Argentina, DIRECTV Play Deportes, TyC Sports Argentina.

In Canada: TSN2, TSNGO.

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