Prediction, preview, team news, and more for Brazil vs Ecuador | Copa America 2021


Brazil returns to Copa America 2021 action this weekend when they face Ecuador at the Estadio Olimpico Pedro Luvedico on Sunday. Brazil has been in fantastic form this month and has the advantage heading into this match.

Ecuador has failed to cope with the Copa America’s rigors this year, finishing fourth in Group B. Ecuador cannot afford to lose this match with Venezuela hot on their heels.

Brazil, on the other hand, has been the tournament’s strongest team and is the clear favorite to win the Copa America this summer. The Selecao defeated Colombia 2-1 in their previous match and will be confident going into this match.

Ecuador vs. Brazil Head-to-Head
Brazil has an outstanding record against Ecuador, having won 27 of the 33 games played between the two teams. Ecuador has only won two games against Brazil and will have to be at their best in this match.

Last month’s game between the two South American sides concluded in a 2-0 victory for Brazil. Richarlison and Neymar both scored goals on the day and will be looking to make an impression in this match.

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Team News for Brazil vs. Ecuador

Brazil have a few injury concerns

Dani Alves is now injured and has been left out of Brazil’s team. Marquinhos and Eder Militao are set to constitute Brazil’s center defense this weekend, with Thiago Silva likely to be rested against Ecuador.

Dani Alves has been injured.

None of them are certain.

No one has been suspended.

Ecuador need to pull off a good result

Ecuador has a fully fit roster and is expected to use a five-man defense against Brazil’s star-studded attack. Ecuador’s Ayrton Preciado has been outstanding and will provide a threat on the counter in this match.

No one was hurt.

None of them are certain.

No one has been suspended.

Predicted XI for Brazil vs Ecuador
Alisson Becker; Danilo, Eder Militao, Marquinhos, Alex Sandro; Casemiro, Fabinho; Everton Ribeiro, Richarlison, Neymar; Roberto Firmin; Brazil Predicted XI (4-2-31)

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