Copa America 2021: Brazil vs Peru Kickoff Time, How to Watch on TV and Online

For the second consecutive tournament, Brazil and Peru meet twice in the space of a few weeks at the Copa America. Two years ago, the Seleção trounced Peru 5-0 in the group stages, before defeating the same opponent 3-1 in the final.

On Monday night, the two teams cross path again in the first Copa America semifinal, just under three weeks since Brazil dispatched Peru 4-0 on June 17 courtesy of goals from Alex Sandro, Neymar, Everton and Richarlison.

On Friday, a solitary goal from Paquetá was enough for Brazil to have the better of Chile in the quarterfinals and keep alive their bid to win back-to-back Copa Americas, again on home soil.

Originally scheduled to be hosted by Argentina and Colombia, the tournament was moved to Brazil only two weeks before its start after the two countries were stripped of hosting rights due to a surge in COVID-19 cases and civil unrest respectively.

The tournament has been played behind closed doors because of coronavirus, but if Brazil has missed its traditionally fervent supporters, it has not shown it.

Tite's (full name Adenor Leonardo Bacchi, head coach of the Brazil national) men have scored 11 times in five games and conceded just twice, but will be without star striker Gabriel Jesus on Monday, after the Manchester City forward was sent off against Chile.

Peru will also be missing a key player, with striker André Carrillo suspended after being sent off in a dramatic quarterfinal against Paraguay.

The tie saw La Blanquirroja fall behind after just 11 minutes, before twice surrendering a one-goal lead despite playing almost the entire second half with an extra man until Carrillo's sending off.

The match ended 3-3 after Peru conceded a last-minute equalizer, before eventually prevailing in a penalty shootout.

Peru have now conceded 10 goals in five games and even without Gabriel Jesus, Brazil should have too much firepower for their opponents.

At the same time, emphatic as the defeat in the group stages, it has also been Peru's only loss in the tournament so far, as Ricardo Gareca's team finished second in Group B with seven points, three behind Brazil.

The winner on Monday night will face either Argentina or Colombia in the final on Saturday.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the game.

Neymar against Peru
Peru's Renato Tapia (L) and Brazil's Neymar vie for the ball during the Group B match at the Nilton Santos Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June 17. Brazil and Peru meet again in the semifinals of the Copa America on Monday. (Photo by MAURO PIMENTEL/AFP) Getty Images/Mauro Pimentel/AFP

When is Brazil vs. Peru?

Brazil take on Peru at the Estádio Olimpico Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro on Monday, July 5. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET.

How to watch Brazil vs. Peru on TV

The game will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1, while UniVision and TUDN will carry the game with Spanish commentary.

How to watch Brazil vs. Peru online

A live stream of the game will be available via FOX Sports, Univision and TUDN's digital platforms, as well as via streaming services fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV and Vidgo.

Brazil vs. Peru odds

Brazil are a 2-9 favorite and 1-7 favorite to win in 90 minutes with William Hill FanDuel respectively, while Peru stand at 16-1 and 13-1 outsider.

Neymar is a 2-1 favorite to be the first goalscorer, while the "no" on both teams to score is at 4-9 with William Hill and the "yes" is at 13-8.