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Copa América Final - TV and streaming options to watch Brazil vs Peru

July 5, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
A Canarinha is labeled as the massive favorite to win the title, but can underdogs Peru prove their worth at the Maracana?

What is Brazil and Peru's Copa América record?

Brazil is the third most-winning team in Copa América history, with eight titles to their name. Four of those titles have come when A Canarinha hosted the tournament, and their most recent title came in the 2007 edition, held in Venezuela.

Peru has also been able to win the coveted Copa América title before, but they have only been able to do it twice: in 1939 and in 1975. Recently, Peru ended the 2011 and 2015 editions of this tournament in third place. Curiously, Peru has never ended in second place of the Copa América.

What has been Brazil and Peru's form ahead of this game?

Brazil keeps an unbeaten run in the competition, and to make things more interesting, they are yet to concede their first goal of the tournament. Tite's men earned seven points in the Group Stage, followng their win against Bolivia (3-0), their draw against Venezuela (0-0), and their impressive outing against Peru (5-0). A Canarinha struggled to eliminate Paraguay, in a game that needed a penalty shootout to see a winner. Their semi-final tie against Argentina concluded with a 2-0 win for Tite's crew.

Peru gets to this game with two wins, two draws and that 5-0 loss against Brazil. Los Incas made it to the KO stage after their third place in Group A, and went on to beat Uruguay in an excruciating penalty shootout. La Franjirroja would then go on to shock the world with an emphatic 3-0 win against Chile.

Brazil vs Peru - Head-to-head

  • This will be the 46th game between Brazil and Peru.

  • Brazil has won 31 of their 45 previous matches against the Peruvian side.

  • Peru has only beaten Brazil four times.

  • There have been nine draws between Peru and Brazil.

  • The last game between these teams took place two weeks ago. Brazil destroyed Peru with a 5-0 win on Matchday 3 of the 2019 Copa America.

  • Brazil has not played the tournament's final since 2007, when they claimed the title by beating Argentina.

  • Peru will return to a Copa América title match for the first time in 44 years. Their last appearance in this stage of the competition took place in 1975, when they took home the title by beating Colombia.

Brazil vs Peru - Injuries and suspensions

Brazil will have to deal with up to four absences, although three are yet to be confirmed. Willian has been ruled out due to a thigh injury, while Richarlison recovered from the mumps last week. Filipe Luis and Fernandinho are injury worries, which should force Tite to use the same lineup that defeated Argentina in the semis.

The Peruvian crew gets to this game with Jefferson Farfán being their only injury worry. The rest of the team is available, which may see coach Ricardo Gareca fielding the same lineup that breezed past Chile in the semi-finals.

Broadcast info: Brazil vs Peru

In Brazil: SporTV Play, SporTV, Globo, 

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

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

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

In Australia: Kayo Sports, beIN Sports 1, beIN Sports Connect.

In Mexico: Canal de las Estrellas, Televisa Deportes en vivo, Azteca 7, UTDN, Sky HD, Blue To Go Video Everywhere.

In Canada: RDS GO, RDS, TSN GO.

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