How to watch the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifier between Peru and Brazil, plus kick-off time and team news.
La Seleçao have not lost a World Cup qualifying match since October 2015 and will aim to extend their winning streak to 36 matches here. Under interim coach Fernando Diniz, the five-time world champions began their campaign with a 5-1 victory over Bolivia. Neymar has overtaken Pelé as Brazil’s top men’s scorer.
In contrast, Peru has only qualified for the World Cup once in its last 10 attempts and five times in total. After holding Paraguay to a goalless draw last week, Juan Reynoso’s side are hoping to take advantage of the extra places offered to South American teams at the main event in 2026.
Here AIM brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and much more.
Kick-off time and stadium for Peru vs Brazil
The CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying match between Peru and Brazil will be played at the Peru National Stadium (Estadio Nacional de Lima) in Lima, Peru.
It will start at 3am BST September 13 at United Kingdom (UK).
How to Watch Peru vs Brazil Online – TV Channels & Live Streams
The game is not available to watch and stream online in the United Kingdom (UK). Live updates will be available on AIM.
Team news and rosters
Peru team news
Luis Advincula is suspended following his expulsion against Paraguay, with Aldo Corzo to come in as a substitute at right back.
Coming off the bench during substitutions in the second half on Thursday, Marcos Lopez can be given a start here.
With 39 goals in 110 international caps, and the one with the captain’s armband, experienced striker Paolo Guerrero will appear in attack.
Possible Peru XI: Gallesse; Corzo, Araujo, Abram, Lopez; Tapia, Yotun; Polo, Gonzales, Carrillo; Guerrero
Brazil team news
Gabriel MagalhaesSenior international debut was cut short by a full match due to a knock in the win in Bolivia, but the Arsenal defender has since trained with the team.
Al Ahli Roger Ibanez would stay there in case Gabriel didn’t pass the fitness test, while Neymar would seek to add to its Record 79 goals.
Possible Brazil XI: Ederson; Danilo, Marquinhos, Gabriel, Lodi; Guimaraes, Casemiro; Raphinha, Neymar, Rodrygo; Richarlison