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Arthur and Coutinho take the field as Brazil try to clinch the title!

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Starting XI: Alisson; Alves, Marquinhos, Silva, Sandro; Arthur, Casemiro; Jesus, Coutinho, Everton; Firmino

Bench: Ederson, Cássio, Militão, Miranda, Fágner, Luís, Fernandinho, Allan, Paquetá, Willian, Neres, Richarlison


Starting XI: Gallese; Advíncula, Zambrano, Abram, Trauco; Tapia, Yotún; Carillo, Cueva, Flores; Guerrero

Bench: Corzo, Santamaría, Araujo, Ballón, Ruidíaz, Cáceda, Polo, Pretel, Álvarez, Callens, González

It’s Copa America Final Day! After a highly disappointing tournament in terms of quality but filled with emotion and upsets in the knockout rounds, the 2019 South American Cup comes to an end with hosts Brazil facing Peru at the amazing Maracanã with the trophy on the line.

Brazil have had an inconsistent tournament in terms of performances but they’re yet to lose a game and had a great semifinal against Argentina. Barcelona’s Arthur and Philippe Coutinho have been rather disappointing in the most important games, and they’ll need to step up to help the Seleção be more creative against a Peruvian side likely to sit deep and try to score on the counter.

Peru have knocked out Uruguay and Chile already and are hungry for revenge after a bad loss in the group stage to Brazil, and with Paolo Guerrero in great form over the last week and Ricardo Gareca finding the right formula to play the big teams, they will make this a very tough match for the Seleção.

This should be a great Final, and one you just can’t miss.


Competition/Round: 2019 Copa América Final

Date/Time: Sunday, July 7, 2019, 5pm local time, 10pm CET (Barcelona), 9pm BST/WAT (UK & Nigeria), 1.30am IST (India, Monday)

Venue: Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro

Referee: Roberto Tobar (CHI)


How to watch on TV: Telemundo (USA), RDS (Canada), Premier Sports 1 (UK), Startimes World Football (Nigeria), others

How to stream: ESPN+, fuboTV (USA, affiliate links), RDS GO, TSN GO (Canada), Premier Player (UK), others

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