Peru will be looking to clinch qualification to the next round with at least a draw in this game while Brazil will be hoping that they can get over their disappointing draw against Venezuela and win this game.
The Brazilians have all to lose as they are still theoretically not guaranteed a place in the next round. With this competition being played on home soil, there is an absolute need for them to perform well and we expect them to come here extra motivated.
The Brazilians were somewhat unfortunate in their last game as VAR disallowed three of their goals having failed to convert other chances they created.
With a good head-to-head record against Peru, fans will be expecting them to get the win here at all cost.
Peru have been impressive in this competition so far and come into this game tied on points with Brazil.
Peru held off Venezuela in their first game and came from behind to beat Bolivia in their second group game. That comeback win should have boosted their morale and they come here looking to silence the crowd at the Corinthians Arena.
Bookmakers have priced Brazil up as strong odds-on favourites to come out on top in this game while Peru are largely overpriced based on their recent performances.