Brazil take on Peru in the 2016 Copa America Centenario Group B clash at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough on Sunday (13 June).
Where to watch live
Kick-off is at 1.30am BST (on Monday). Live coverage of the match is available on Premier Sports in the UK.
With group stage matches of the 2016 Copa America set to end, Brazil will be looking to secure their spot in the quarter-final stage by beating Peru on 12 June. Group B has turned out to be the toughest in the competition with all three teams having a chance of qualifying for the knock-out stage.
The five-time world champions currently have four points from two games and a win here will ensure they reach the last eight. Dunga's side look to have found form at the right time, beating Haiti 7-1 in their last game. Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho scored a hat-trick while Renato Augusta netted a brace to relieve the pressure off coach Dunga.
The Selecao will be without midfielder Casemiro who will miss the game with suspension while captain Miranda could make a comeback after missing the first two matches due to a muscle problem in his leg.
Peru come into this clash as underdogs, but they would not be taken lightly considering that they have advanced to the knockout stages in the last seven Copa America tournaments – their run stretching back to 1997 – and have won two titles in the past.
The Los Incas should have secured a passage to the knock-out stage already, in their game where they were 2-0 ahead against Ecuador only to concede twice to end with a draw. Ricardo Gareca's squad play together as a group and have the belief that they can go toe-to-toe with any side in the world.
- Brazil to win
Betting odds (betfair)
- Brazil to win: 4/9
- Draw: 7/2
- Peru to win: 15/2
Possible XI: Alisson, Alves, Gil, Marquinhos, Ganso, Miranda, Elias, Augusto, Willian, Coutinho, Jonas.
Possible XI: Cacede; Tapia, Ramos, Rodriguez, Trauco; Balbin, Yotun; Cueva, Benavete, Polo; Guerrero.