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Brazil will face Colombia on Wednesday in Rio de Janeiro as the top two teams in Group B face off to determine who will win said group.

The host nation currently leads the group, with Colombia trailing shortly behind in second despite an underwhelming start to the tournament. Brazil kicked off Copa America with an expected 3-0 victory over Venezuela, and continued this fine form as they defeated Peru 4-0 in Rio de Janeiro days later.

Colombia, on the other hand, has failed to impress, narrowly winning their first match 1-0 against Ecuador, drawing 0-0 with Venezuela, and then losing 2-1 to Peru in their most recent game.

Brazil will look to defend their 2019 tournament title, while Colombia hope to perform better than they have been in recent matches.

Here’s everything you need to know about the match…

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Olympic Stadium Nilton Santos / Wagner Meier/Getty Images

When is kick off? Wednesday 23 June, 8pm (ET)

Where is the match being played? Olympic Stadium, Rio de Janeiro 

What TV channel is it on? Fox Sports 1, Univision, BBC Red button 

What live stream is it on? TUDN app, FuboTV, Fox Sports app, BBC Iplayer 


Brazil squad during the match against Peru / MAURO PIMENTEL/Getty Images

The last minute host nation are well on their way to defending their 2019 Copa America title. Brazil boasts an impressive depth and quality – both of which were on show in their impressive start to the tournament. Tite was able to rotate players heavily between the two opening matches, bringing in Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson and Liverpool’s Fabinho for the game against Peru. 

Neymar should remain in the front line for the team, having already recorded two goals and one assist in the first two matches. Tite faces a fully healthy squad to choose from. 


Colombia ahead of the match against Peru in the 2021 Copa America / EVARISTO SA/Getty Images

Colombia head coach Reinaldo Rueda might look to shake things up after the disappointing performance against Peru. Miguel Borja managed to find the back of the net during the last match, his performance was not convincing enough during open play, meaning Rueda could drop him for this game. Atalanta forwards Luis Muriel and Duvan Zapata could feature up top instead.

Brazil: Ederson; Danilo, Militao, Marquinhos, Sandro; Richarlison, Fabinho, Casemiro, Everton; Neymar, Jesus.

Colombia: Ospina; Medina, Sanchez, Mina, Tesillo; Cuadrado, Barrios, Cuellar, Uribe, Diaz; Muriel.

The two countries last met in September 2019 for a friendly that ended in a 2-2 draw. Prior to the friendly, Colombia beat Brazil 1-0 in the 2015 Copa America, where the controversial match saw Neymar and Carlos Bacca sent off in the final minutes. 

Brazil has a solid historical record against Colombia in Copa America, having won three consecutive games without conceding in 1991, 95 and 97 respectively.

Given Brazil’s performance thus far, they will likely dominate against a struggling Colombia. The host nation has an impressive record and depth on the bench that will allow them to thrive at home. Brazil boasts an offensive power at the moment that Colombia might not be able to handle, given that their match against a mediocre Peru also didn’t go to plan.

Prediction: Brazil 3-1 Colombia


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