Brazil vs Peru Predictions & Tips

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Friday, 18 Jun 2021 00:10

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Tuesday night being 27th July; Brazil plays against Peru on Copa America clash.

Our expert tipsters analyse h2h statistics, forms and other trends to give you the best bets and possible Brazil vs Peru predictions



Brazil vs Peru Match Analysis

Brazil vs Peru Prediction

After a thorough analysis of stats, recent form and H2H through Bettingsuretips's algorithm, as well as, tipsters advice for the match Brazil vs Peru this is our Prediction:

Brazil for the Winner of the match, with a probability of 84%

No for Both Teams to Score, with a percentage of 71%.

For Total Goals, we predict Under 2.5, that have a probability of 58%

Our Prediction Verdict

Best Bet: Brazil to win @1.22
Correct Score Tip: 4:0 (Correct Score) @10.05
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Match Odds

Home win: 1.22

Away win: 14.25

Draw: 6.25

Over 2.5 goals: 1.75

Under 2.5 goals: 2.09


Reason For Brazil vs Peru Betting Tips

Key points Brazil - Peru

  • Brazil have won their last eight games, of which seven were accompanied by clean sheets.
  • Peru have lost four of their last five games, conceding 2.4 goals per game on average.
  • Gabriel Barbosa has scored 11 goals in his last 11 appearances.

Conclusion Brazil - Peru

Gabigol can grab chance against blunt Blanquirroja

Brazil are looking to extend their eight-match win streak as they prepare to face Group B rivals Peru – the team they overcame in the final of the last edition two years ago.

Tite’s side were given a minor scare at the Maracanã in 2019 as Peru briefly levelled up before half-time while Seleção also had to finish the final with only ten men after Gabriel Jesus was sent off.

But there was no disputing they had the upper hand and it was the same case when Brazil won 4-2 in Lima in World Cup qualifying last October.

La Blanquirroja are not blessed with names that have graced top clubs in either South America or Europe but they have solid international experience in all areas, except one – up front.

Record national team goalscorer Paolo Guerrero and mercurial forward star Jefferson Farfán are both injured, leaving coach Ricardo Gareca shorn of reliable options.

So while Los Incas were the only side to penetrate Brazil’s defence during the 2019 tournament and Gareca’s men are the only team to have scored past them – and twice – during this current eight-game winning run, we won’t be banking on Peru to score here.

It will be much more profitable to back a couple of Brazilian attackers to find the back of the net on Friday, particularly after Tite tipped his hand to the mediua in training.

The Brazil coach hinted at five changes to the team that trounced Venezuela in their opening game with Everton ‘Cebolinha’ Sousa to come in on the left of a three-man attack and Gabriel ‘Gabigol’ Barbosa replacing Richarlison.

Gabigol came off the bench last Sunday to score his 11th goal in his last 11 games and, although that was his first for the Samba stars since 2016, he has superb club form.

Everton scored against Peru in the 2019 Copa America final and is a good price to do it again, although neither he nor Gabigol will be on penalties with Neymar due to start and now within ten goals of matching Pele’s record of 77 for Brazil.

Brazil should win this to nil – as is their usual way under Tite – and score at least three goals into the bargain with Gabriel Barbosa our pick to bag at least one on Friday.



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