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CONMEBOL WC Qualifiers - How to watch Peru vs Brazil live in over 60 countries

October 12, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
A Canarinha kicked off their run for a World Cup berth with a bang, and their clash against Peru could very well be one of the best in this phase of the competition.

CONMEBOL's World Cup Qualifiers are already underway, and before the International break ends, there will be one more match fo each South American side in their quest to play in the tournament that will be held in 2022. 

The national teams of Perú and Brazil will put an end to their international activity this month at the Peruvian city of Lima, in what should turn out to be quite an entertaining game. Perú's recent home games have given fans quite a few moments to remember, while Brazil's amazing firepower promises to keep fans on the edge of their seats.

Brazil kicked off their World Cup Qualifying campaign in flying colors with an emphatic 5-0 win against Bolivia. One day earlier, Perú came from behind to rescue a 2-2 draw away from home against Paraguay, which shows just how feisty this team can be. After these scores, Brazil leads the CONMEBOL Qualifiers thanks to their impressive display in front of goal, while Perú is currently ranked sixth after playing a role in the only game held on Matchday 1 to end with a draw.

Both teams will be able to field their best possible lineups, although there will be some high-profile absences on Tuesday's match. The most relevant absence for Perú will be none other than legendary captain Paolo Guerrero, who may see the end of 2020 without stepping on a football pitch. Another notable absence will be that of Edison Flores, but unlike Guerrero, the player's club refused to let Flores join his teammates.

As for Brazil, the top players left out by Tite include goalkeeper Alisson Becker, right back Dani Alves, Arsenal midfielder Willian, and Real Madrid wingers Rodrygo and Vinicius. The good news for Tite and his crew is that midfielder Bruno Guimaraes and striker Matheus Cunha could make their debut with the five-time FIFA World Cup champions.

Peru vs Brazil - Stats and facts ahead of their October 13, 2020 clash

  • This will be the 48th game between these teams considering friendly and competitive matches.

  • A Canarinha has beaten Peru in 32 of those games.

  • Perú has only been able to claim five wins against the Brazilian side.

  • The most recent competitive match between these teams took place in the 2019 Copa América. The Verdeamarelha side claimed the win -and the title- with a 3-1 win.

  • Perú's last win in a competitive game against Brazil took place in the Copa América Centenario. La Blanquirroja to home the win with a one-nil score.

  • Brazil has scored 98 goals against Perú. Meanwhile, Peru's players have only been able to find the back of the net 31 times.

  • Brazil handed Peru their worst defeat of all time in a Copa América match held in 1997. That game ended in a 7-0 win for A Canarinha, who saw Romario lead the attack with a brace.

Broadcast info: Peru vs Brazil

In the U.S.: Fanatiz USA, FITE.

In Perú: América Televisión, Movistar Deportes Peru.

In Brazil:Esporte Interativo Plus.

In Argentina:TyC Sports Play, TyC Sports Argentina.

In Canada: FITE.

In France: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports 2, Free.

In Mexico: Sky HD, Blue To Go Video Everywhere, FITE.

In Portugal: Sport TV LIVE, Sport TV1.

In Spain: Movistar Liga de Campeones, Movistar+.

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Peru 2 - 4 Brazil

October 13, 2020 8:00pmEstadio Nacional de Lima (Lima)

This match has ended. Below are the original Live broadcast details for this match.

Live TV coverage and streaming in United States

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