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

Uruguay breezed through the group stages at the Copa America with three wins in as many games, scoring nine goals and conceding just one in the process, but now they face fellow heavyweights Brazil in the last eight.

The Selecao had to settle for second place in Group D behind Colombia after picking up five points from their three fixtures and the nine-time winners face a stern test against this in-form Uruguay outfit.

Uruguay v Brazil

How to watch Uruguay v Brazil and TV channel

Uruguay v Brazil will be available to watch on bet365's Sports Live Streaming service and will also be broadcast on Premier Sports 1 in the UK.

Uruguay v Brazil kick-off time, date and venue

Uruguay v Brazil will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada and kick-off is at 02:00 BST on Sunday 7th July 2024.

Uruguay v Brazil stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Uruguay have won each of their last four games across all competitions and going back further they have just one defeat from their last 11.

La Celeste last faced Brazil in a World Cup qualifier in Montevideo in October 2023 and they claimed a 2-0 success thanks to goals from Darwin Nunez and Nicolas de la Cruz, who are both in their Copa America squad.

Brazil are on a seven-game unbeaten streak, but they have drawn three of their last four and in competitive games they have just one win in seven, losing three.

Uruguay v Brazil head-to-head record (H2H)

Uruguay wins




Brazil wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions

Uruguay  v Brazil team news

Uruguay team news

Uruguay coach Marcelo Bielsa could be forced into a change as Maximiliano Araujo was stretchered off wearing a neck brace during the win over the USA.

Cristian Olivera replaced him in attack in that game and looks the most likely candidate to replace Araujo if he is ruled out.

Bielsa is not expected to make any further changes to his side for this massive quarter-final tie. 

Brazil team news

Brazil coach Dorival Júnior will also be forced to make at least one change as star forward Vinicius Junior serves a one-match ban.

The absence of the Real Madrid man could see Endrick, 17, handed a starting spot and Dorival may be tempted to make a few further adjustments with the likes of Douglas Luiz, Savio and Gabriel Martinelli all pushing for starting spots.

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