Chile will take on Peru in the first 2015 Copa America semi-final at Estadio Nacional Julio Martinez Pradanos on 29 June.

Where to Watch Live

Kick-off is at 12.30am BST (on Tuesday). Live coverage of the match will be available on Premier Sports.


A late goal from Queens Park Rangers defender Mauricio Isla in the 81<sup>st minute helped Chile seal a narrow 1-0 victory over Uruguay in the last eight of the tournament. Jorge Sampaoli's side are one win away from making it to the final of the Copa America held on their home soil.

Chile will be without the services of Gonzalo Jara for the semi-final clash as he is serving a three-match ban for sticking his finger up Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani's backside, which ended in the latter being sent off. Jorge Fucile became the second player for Uruguay to be sent off in the quarter final clash.

Paolo Guerrero
Paolo Guerrero\'s hat-trick against Bolivia helped them make it to the semi-final of the 2015 Copa America Getty

Meanwhile, Peru had an easy run in order to seal a berth in the semi-final of the tournament. They sealed a comfortable 3-1 victory over Bolivia as Paolo Guerrero's hat-trick helped his side progress further in this edition of the Copa America.

The forward and Peru will be hoping he can continue his form against Chile, who have kept three clean sheets so far in the ongoing tournament and have conceded only three goals.


Chile to win

Betting Odds (

  • Chile to win: 10/21
  • Draw: 3
  • Peru to win: 7

Team Form


  • Last Five (all competitions): W W D W W
  • Last Result: Chile 1-0 Uruguay


  • Last Five (all competitions): D L W D W
  • Last Result: Bolivia 1-3 Peru

Team News


Possible XI: Bravo; Medel, Isla, Mena, Albornoz; Díaz, Aránguiz, Vidal; Valdivia; Sanchez, Vargas


Possible XI: Gallese; Vargas, Advincula, Zambrano, Ascues; Lobatón, Ballón, Cueva, Sánchez; Farfán, Guerrero