Peru vs Canada lineups, odds, and where to watch

Peru and Canada can’t afford to drop any points. If they want to advance to the next stage of the Copa America this year, they’ll have to win this match. Of course, only one team can get the three points. Find out more about the Peru vs Canada odds, where to watch, and lineups below.

Peru vs Canada Lineups

Obviously, the more expensive team is Canada. However, the South American side does have a few players who can make a difference in an instant. Let’s see which will be the key players on which the two managers will rely here.

Peru lineup – injuries, suspensions, and other news

Christian Cueva and Bryan Reyna won’t partake in the game versus Canada as both of them are injured. This means coach Fossati will have to find solutions quickly if he wants to get something out of the game on the 26th.

Peru predicted lineup: Gallese (GK), Abram, Zambrano, Araujo, Advincula, Pena, Cartagena, Quispe, Lopez, Flored & Lapadula

Player to watch: Gianluca Lapadula

Cagliari Calcio’s Gianluca Lapadula is the big Peruvian star right now. Despite being a 34-year-old striker, Lapadula still has the quality to perform at the highest level possible, so we expect to see him among the starters for coach Fossati.

Peru vs Canada where to watch player
Lapadula is the team's big star – Photo by Icon Sport

Canada lineup – injuries, suspensions, and other news

The Canadian national team is approximately six times more valuable than the Peruvian one. The Canucks have a market value of €181m, and we have to admit – there are some massive names on coach Marsh’s roster.

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

Player to watch: Alphonso Davies

Bayern Munich’s superstar will be the key man on the pitch at Children’s Mercy Park. He wasn’t quite prepared to face almighty Lionel Messi in the opening Copa America game, but there aren’t any players of La Pulgla’s caliber on the Peruvian team.

Peru vs Canada where to watch
Alphonso Davies is under the spotlight for Canada this week – Photo by Icon Sport

Peru vs Canada starting lineup

This chapter of our article is dedicated to the starters for Peru and Canada this week.

Peru

Peru
3-5-2
1
Pedro Gallese
pe
15
Miguel Araujo
pe
5
Carlos Zambrano
pe
22
Alexander Callens
pe
7
Andy Polo
pe
8
Sergio Pena
pe
16
Wilder Cartagena
pe
23
Piero Quispe
pe
6
Marcos Lopez
pe
14
Gianluca Lapadula
pe
20
Edison Flores
pe
Substitutes
24
Jose Rivera
pe
11
Bryan Reyna
pe
19
Oliver Sonne
pe
26
Franco Zanelatto
pe
13
Jesus Castillo
pe
25
Joao Grimaldo
pe
21
Diego Romero
pe
2
Luis Abram
pe
10
Christian Cueva
pe
18
Andre Carrillo
pe
9
Paolo Guerrero
pe
3
Aldo Corzo
pe
17
Luis Advincula
pe
12
Carlos Caceda
pe
4
Anderson Santamaria
pe

Canada

Canada
4-4-2
16
Maxime Crepeau
ca
2
Alistair Johnston
ca
15
Moise Bombito
ca
13
Derek Cornelius
ca
19
Alphonso Davies
ca
22
Richie Laryea
ca
7
Stephen Eustaquio
ca
8
Ismael Kone
ca
23
Liam Millar
ca
10
Jonathan David
ca
9
Cyle Larin
ca
Substitutes
11
Theo Bair
ca
5
Joel Waterman
ca
25
Tani Oluwaseyi
ca
20
Ali Ahmed
ca
26
Kyle Hiebert
ca
12
Jacen Russell-Rowe
ca
21
Jonathan Osorio
ca
18
Thomas McGill
ca
6
Samuel Piette
ca
24
Mathieu Choiniere
ca
4
Kamal Miller
ca
14
Jacob Shaffelburg
ca
1
Dayne St. Clair
ca
17
Tajon Buchanan
ca
3
Luc De Fougerolles
ca

Where to watch Peru vs Canada

Canada disappointed everyone against Argentina, while Peru needs points as well. Surely, this match is worth watching.

Where to watch Peru vs Canada on TV

You can watch Peru vs Canada live on FOX Sports and TUDN.

Where to watch Peru vs Canada online

You can tune into Fubo for a Peru vs Canada stream.

Peru vs Canada odds

  • Peru odds: +215 – 33.8%
  • DRAW: +245 – 29.0%
  • Canada Odds: +155 – 37.2%

*These Peru vs Canada odds are subject to change

Jonathan David to Score Anytime is a plausible outcome at Children’s Mercy Park. The odds are stacked at +180, giving the Canadian striker a 35.71% chance of finding the net.

Latest stats for Peru vs Canada

The two teams are eager to win some points, but given the head-to-head history between them, we believe Peru have the three points up for grabs.

Last five games for Peru

Despite having a less impressive starting XI, Peru haven’t lost a single game in the last five official matches in all competitions. They recorded three victories and two draws.

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

Last five games for Canada

The Canucks won only one of their last five matches – the game against humble Trinidad and Tobago. The most important match was against Argentina a couple of days ago and coach Marsh’s boys let their fans down, with barely a 35.0% ball possession.

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

Peru vs Canada H2H

The two teams faced each other only once – back in 2010. The game ended in a thrifty 2-0 victory for Peru.


Zack is a longtime football fan, writer, and bettor. He also has experience playing and coaching the game of football at a local level. His interest in the MLS, Liga MX and the Canadian Premier League adds a new dimension to the content we have at FootballWhispers.