Brazil and Argentina renew their bitter rivalry when they square off for the Copa America silverware on Saturday night (Sunday morning AEDT).
Brazil vs Argentina Copa America Live Stream, Tips & Predictions
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Brazil vs Argentina Match Details
⚽️ Competition: Copa America Final
🗓 Date: Saturday July 10 (Sunday July 11 AEST)
⏰ Time: 10.00am AEST
🏟 Stadium: Estádio do Maracanã
Head to Head (last five matches)
- 16/11/19: Brazil 0-1 Argentina
- 3/7/19: Brazil 2-0 Argentina
- 17/10/18: Brazil 1-0 Argentina
- 9/6/17: Brazil 0-1 Argentina
- 11/11/16: Brazil 3-0 Argentina
Brazil vs Argentina Tips & Predictions
Brazil look to preserve their 46-year unbeaten run at home in the Copa America when they face old rivals Argentina in the final.
Brazil are unbeaten on their own turf in 26 straight Copa America matches and are looking to defend their title triumph from 2019, where they defeated Argentina 2-0 in the final.
Currently riding a 13-game unbeaten streak where they’ve won 12 of those matches, Brazil are once again favourites to emerge triumphant.
Defence has been the foundation of Brazil’s recent success – they’ve only leaked goals in three of those aforementioned fixtures and have been rock solid in consecutive 1-0 wins in the quarter-finals over Chilie and Peru.
Meanwhile, Lionel Messi continues his pursuit of a first major trophy with Argentina after once again leading his side to the Copa America final.
After opening the competition with a 1-1 draw against Chile, Argentina won three straight games against Paraguay, Bolivia and Ecuador before needing penalties to overcome Colombia in the semi-finals.
Once again, Argentina face a massive test to win this clash on Brazilian soil.
Brazil are simply a different beast at home and their 26-game unbeaten Copa America run on their own soil reflects that.
We’re expecting a low-scoring game, with six of the last seven seeing under 2.5 goals, but Brazil have the edge at home.