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Argentina v Peru: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Argentina face their third and final group stage game at the Copa America, having already secured a spot in the quarter-finals.

The World Cup winners are set to take on Peru in Miami without their manager and their captain, while rotation is likely after winning their opening two games. 

As for Peru, they need a win and a favourable result in Canada’s clash with Chile if they’re to escape Group A.

Argentina v Peru

How to watch Argentina v Peru and TV channel

Argentina v Peru is available to watch on bet365's Sports Live Streaming platform and will also be shown on Premier Sports 1 in the UK.

Argentina v Peru kick-off time, date and venue

Argentina v Peru kicks-off at 01:00 BST on Sunday 30th June 2024. The game is being played at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. 

Argentina v Peru stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Argentina beat Peru 2-0 in a World Cup qualifier in October last year, which was their third consecutive victory against them.

Peru haven’t beaten Argentina since a Copa America clash in June 1997. They’ve failed to win the following 16 head-to-head clashes, with Argentina winning 12 of those. 

Argentina have also kept a clean sheet in the previous four meetings between the pair. Their last Copa America encounter was back in 2007, with Argentina running out 4-0 winners. 

Argentina v Peru head-to-head record (H2H)

Argentina wins




Peru wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Argentina v Peru team news

Argentina team news

Argentina have room to rotate after winning their first two games. They’ll be without Lionel Messi who picked up a thigh injury against Chile. It’s hoped that he will return in time for the knockout rounds.

Argentina will also be without coach Lionel Scaloni after CONMEBOL handed him a one-game suspension. His team returned late after half-time in their win over Chile, which has led to a ban for Scaloni. Former Argentina defender and assistant coach Walter Samuel is set to lead the side in his absence.

Peru team news

Peru will be without Miguel Araujo in this clash, following the Portland Timbers’ defender receiving a red card in their defeat to Canada. Anderson Santamaria is expected to take his place on the right-side of Peru’s back three.

Luis Advíncula is an injury doubt for Peru, who are expected to stick with their 3-5-2 system.

Check out our betting hub for the latest Copa America winner betting odds.

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