Sunday’s clash between Brazil and Peru means everything in Group B with the loser potentially out of the tournament. If Brazil plays the way it did against Haiti in the previous contest, then this one is over before it even starts.
Online shop [custom:bodog-link] is presently offering Brazil at -215 in moneyline markets while Peru is +575 and the Draw is +340. As far as the spread is concerned, Brails is a one-goal fave (-130) while Peru comes in at +110 as one-goal underdogs. For the total, OVER 2.5 goals is -125 while UNDER 2.5 goals is EVEN odds.
Brazil dominated Haiti to the tune of a 7-1 drubbing on Thursday which was much better than the 0-0 scoreline they posted against Ecuador in the opener.
Philippe Coutinho tallied a hattrick while Renato Augusto recorded a brace as Canarinho ran roughshod against the completely overmatched Haitians.
Peru defeated Haiti 1-0 and tied Ecuador 2-2 putting them on level terms with Brazil on four points apiece entering Sunday’s contest.
Brazil’s last loss to Peru was way back in 1985 as they have won 10 and drawn six in 16 matches since.