Brazil and Ecuador square off in the Copa America on Sunday (Monday AEST) and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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Brazil vs Ecuador Match Details
⚽️ Competition: Copa America
🗓 Date: Sunday June 27 (Monday June 28 AEST)
⏰ Time: 7.00am AEST
🏟 Stadium: Estádio Olímpico Pedro Ludovico
Head to Head (last five matches)
- 5/6/21: Brazil 2-0 Ecuador
- 1/9/17: Brazil 2-0 Ecuador
- 2/9/16: Ecuador 0-3 Brazil
- 5/6/16: Brazil 0-0 Ecuador
- 10/9/14: Brazil 1-0 Ecuador
Brazil vs Ecuador Tips & Predictions
Brazil have already secured top spot in Group B after three wins from three, but they will want to maintain their momentum heading into the knockout stages as they prepare to face Ecuador in the Copa America on Sunday.
Brazil bring a 10-match winning streak into this encounter and have been rock solid at the back, prevailing in eight of those to nil and conceding just three goals since November 2019.
The Samba Boys cruised past Venezuela 3-0 and Peru 4-0 before edging Colombia in fortuitous circumstances in their last outing. Their opening goal was incorrectly given after the ball had deflected off the referee in the lead-up, while Casemiro headed home the winner from a corner in the 10th minute of added time.
Meanwhile, Ecuador have struggled this year, winning just one of their six matches – and that came against whipping boys Bolivia.
Ecuador lost two on the trot heading into the Copa America and have gone winless in their three group games, losing to Colombia and drawing 2-2 with both Venezuela and Peru.
Brazil haven’t conceded a goal in their last five meetings with Ecuador and have won four of those games. Given Brazil have leaked just three goals in the last two years, we’ll be backing Brazil in another shut-out here.