Brazil vs. Peru: Time, Channel, Lineups

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Brazil looks to work it’s way back into World Cup Qualifying, as they take on Peru in their final World Cup Qualifier of 2015. The side earned a point last week against Argentina, but needs to seize Tuesday’s opportunity against a lower opponent.

The point put them in fourth place in CONMEBOL standings, right on the cusp of qualification. Peru is towards the bottom of the table, holding just three points in as many matches. Brazil hasn’t lost to Peru since 1985, and is unbeaten in 10 matches at Arena Fonte Nova.

After waiting 24 hours due to a flooded field, Brazil was underwhelming in a 1-1 draw to Argentina. After equalizing in the 58th minute, defender David Luiz lost his composure, and was quickly shown two yellow cards. He will be unavailable for today’s match.

Here are the basics before kickoff:


DATE: November 17, 2015


CHANNEL: Unavailable in the US. For international viewers, click here to find the channel in your country


KICKOFF TIME: 7:00 p.m. Eastern


LOCATION: Arena Fonte Nova


LIVE STREAM: Click here for all the live stream information.


REFEREE: Jose Buitrago


THE LINEUPS

Brazil: Alisson, Daniel Alves, Miranda, Gil, Felipe, Luis Gustavo, Renato, Willian, Douglas Costa, Neymar 

Peru: Penny, Advincula, Zambrano, Ascues, Yotun, Tapia, Lobaton, Cueva, Hurtado, Farfan, Guerrero



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