Peru vs Canada prediction, odds & betting tips 25/06/2024

Peru and Canada will meet in the second round of group stages at Copa America 2024 on Tuesday, 25 June.

With both teams failing to win in the first round, this can be a crucial match in the battle for the next stage, so who will emerge victorious? Read our Peru vs Canada prediction below to learn more about the match.

Argentina vs Canada prediction: A low-scoring draw likely

Key stats

  • Peru and Canada have only met once before and that match has gone under 2.5 total goals.
  • Both teams have gone under 2.5 total goals in their first-round matches at Copa America.
  • Peru have gone under 2.5 total goals in nine of their last 10 matches in all competitions, while Canada did the same in three of their last four games across the board.
  • Canada are the favourites in this match, but Peru have been in better form recently and they're without a loss in their last six games.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Bookies backing Canada to win

  • HOME: 21/10 (3.10) – 32.30%
  • DRAW: 11/5 (3.20) – 31.30%
  • AWAY: 13/10 (2.30) – 43.50%

We can see from these Peru vs Canada odds that the bookies expect a close match. However, they do see Canada as the expected winners in this match by a small margin.

Canada are the better team on paper, with a few players doing well in Europe at the moment, but Peru are on a good run, so this could be a very close duel.

In any case, if you enjoyed our predictions for this game, don't forget to take a peek at our latest betting tips for today as well.

Last five H2Hs: One meeting between them so far

Peru and Canada have only met once before, in an international friendly game played back in 2010. Peru have beaten Canada 2-0 in this match.

Peru preview: Can they avoid a loss once again?

With six games in a row without a loss, Peru have been in good form lately, although most of those games were friendly matches with national teams of a lower stature than Peru. Still, they've shown that they're in solid form with a draw against Chile in the first round here at Copa America as well and if they can beat Canada, Peru will take a huge step towards the next stage.

Peru will likely be without Luis Advicula in this game since he was subbed off in the last match after suffering an injury.

Predicted lineup: Gallese (GK), Araujo, Zambrano, Callens, Polo, Pena, Cartagena, Quispe, Lopez, Lapadula & Flores

Copa America 30/06/24

L

Argentina

Argentina

2

Peru

Peru

0

Copa America 25/06/24

L

Canada

Canada

1

Peru

Peru

0

Copa America 22/06/24

D

Chile

Chile

0

Peru

Peru

0

International Match 15/06/24

W

El Salvador

El Salvador

0

Peru

Peru

1

International Match 08/06/24

D

Paraguay

Paraguay

0

Peru

Peru

0

Canada preview: Hoping to do better than they did against Argentina

While this Canada squad for Copa America is one of the best in the team's history, it seems that they still need to grow more before we can see some more impressive results. That being said, a loss to Argentina in the opening match of the tournament is hardly a surprise, but a loss to Peru would be a tough things to swallow.

Predicted lineup: Crepeau (GK), Johnston, Bombito, Cornelius, Davies, Buchanan, Kone, Eustaquio, Millar, David & Larin

Copa America 14/07/24

L

Uruguay

Uruguay

2 (4)

Canada

Canada

2 (3)

Copa America 10/07/24

L

Argentina

Argentina

2

Canada

Canada

0

Copa America 06/07/24

W

Venezuela

Venezuela

1 (3)

Canada

Canada

1 (4)

Copa America 30/06/24

D

Chile

Chile

0

Canada

Canada

0

Copa America 25/06/24

W

Peru

Peru

0

Canada

Canada

1

Player to watch: Jonathan David

While he has yet overtake Cyle Larin on the list of Canada's top scorers ever, Jonathan David has already scored 26 goals in the national team, only there fewer than Larin who's five years older.

Jonathan David
David looking for his 27th goal in the national team – Photo by Icon Sport

David in great form this season

The prolific forward enters this match after one of the best seasons of his career and 26 goals in 47 appearances for Lille. Can he translate this form into international football ahead of Canada's duel with Peru?


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer who covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.