Two Finalist of Brazil and Peru of the 2019 Copa America are ready to clash of the 7th July. One of the Question which to be arrise in the every football viewers as can Peru do upset in the Copa America Final and Win the 46th Edition of Trophy or Host Brazil easily beat them and add another title of the Copa America on his name. Let’s see in the full discussion here.
Peru and Brazil who will be meet on Sunday in the Copa America 2019 Finals at Maracana 7 July. Both team recently Meet in the Group stage where Brazil thrashed the Peru with 5-0 score so this surely be a mind for both teams. Brazil who is looking to win the title at their home soil after a 12 years so they surely don’t miss out this occasion. In the semi final clash Brazil beat the high flying Argentina and secure their place for the finals.
On the other side Peru who will be reached in the Final after a long game of 44 years by beating the Defending champions chile in the semi final fixtures. Peru football team who is playing under the coach of Argentine Ricardo Gareca.
Peru performance in the group stage matches are very bad and with that performance they never deserved to this place at Final and knock out stage. but with two consecutive upsets first by beating the Uruguay in the Penalties and then out play the Chileans in the semi finals so they looking to one similar kind of performance in the final against Brazil and grab the trophy.
Both Team Brazil and Peru who will be face to each other before this game in the Various tournament and Friendlies Matches on 44 occasion and from them Brazil who are upper hand as they won the 32 clashes while Peru only 4 occasion succeed to beat the Brazilians and rest of the game ending with draw.
Peru who need Gallese in similar form in Sunday’s final against Brazil and currently they are concern with Injuries of Wingers Edinson flores and Andre Carillo. If Peru can see off the early threats from Brazil and not concede in the first half, then Brazil can be put big pressure under the home ground.
Predicted Starting Lineups
Brazil (4-3-3): Allison Becker; Alex Sandro, Thiago Silva, Miranda, Dani Alves (C); Philippe Coutinho, Casemiro, Arthur Melo; Gabriel Jesus, Roberto Firmino, Everton.
Peru (4-2-3-1): Gallese; MIguel Trauco, Luis Abram, Zambrano, Advincula; Yoshimar Yotun, Renato Tapia; Edison Flores, Cristian Cueva, Andra Carrillo; Paolo Guerrero (C).