Brazil vs Ecuador Copa America LIVE Football Score 28 June 2021
ABOUT THE MATCH
Brazil is going head to head with Ecuador starting on 27 Jun 2021 at 21:00 UTC at Estádio Olimpico Pedro Ludovico stadium, Goiania city, Brazil. The match is a part of the Copa America, Group B.
Brazil are back in action in the Copa America 2021 this weekend as they lock horns with Ecuador at the Estadio Olimpico Pedro Luvedico on Sunday. Brazil have been in excellent form this month and hold the upper hand going into this game.
Ecuador have struggled to cope with the rigours of Copa America this year and are in fourth place in Group B. With Venezuela snapping at their heels, Ecuador cannot afford to lose this match.
Brazil, on the other hand, have been the best team in the tournament and are the favourites to win Copa America this summer. The Selecao edged Colombia to a crucial 2-1 victory in their previous game and will be confident ahead of this fixture.
Brazil vs Ecuador Head-to-Head
Brazil have an excellent record against Ecuador and have won 27 matches out of a total of 33 games played between the two teams. Ecuador have managed a paltry two victories against Brazil and will need to be at their best in this match.
The previous meeting between the two South American sides took place last month and ended in a comfortable 2-0 victory for Brazil. Richarlison and Neymar scored the goals on the day and will want to make their mark in this fixture.
Brazil form guide in Copa America 2021: W-W-W
Ecuador form guide in Copa America 2021: D-D-L
Brazil will be looking to maintain their 100% record in CONMEBOL FIFA World Cup qualification when they host Ecuador in Porto Alegre on Saturday.
The two South American nations are the highest scoring teams after the opening four matches, with the Selecao scoring 12 goals and the visitors finding the net 13 times
For the first time in seven months, Brazil return to international duty and will be hoping to carry on from where they left off, building on an impressive start to their qualification campaign.
Tite’s side have won all four matches so far and sit top of the table as the only South American nation to have claimed maximum points.
The Selecao opened their qualification campaign with a thumping 5-0 victory over Bolivia on October 10, before recording a 4-2 win away to Peru four days later. Brazil’s next two fixtures the following month saw them claim a slender 1-0 win against Venezuela and a 2-0 victory away to Uruguay.
Brazil head into their encounter with Ecuador boasting a strong record on home soil, having won each of their last seven World Cup qualifiers without conceding a goal.
The five-time World Cup winners are also unbeaten in their last nine international meetings against Ecuador, and a victory on Saturday would ensure they stay at the summit of the CONMEBOL table.