Brazil 1:1 Colombia LIVE Updates, Score, Analysis, Highlights

Brazil and Colombia face off in a thrilling 2024 Copa America clash at Levi's Stadium in the Bay Area for a chance to win Group D.

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After a surprise draw with Costa Rica in their Group D opening match, Brazil got back on track to beat Paraguay 4-1 in Las Vegas, with Vinicius Jr. scoring twice. The Brazilian lineup looks new but there are many familiar names in the mix. Vini, Rodrygo, Lucas Paqueta and Bruno Guimaraes are all key players. Alisson starts in goal for the Selecao as they warm up well for the knockout stages. A win against Colombia would put them top of Group D and likely avoid red-hot Uruguay in the quarter-finals.

Speaking of red hot, Colombia have been excellent so far, winning both their games and having six points, having already qualified for the quarterfinals. In fact, Los Cafeteros are unbeaten in 25 games and have won all six of their games in 2024, with Luis Diaz, James Rodriguez and Jhon Cordoba looking electric in attack and Colombia's 5-1 victory over the USMNT in a pre-Copa America friendly showing us exactly what they are capable of. A point is enough for Colombia to win the group, but they will be looking to underline their status as one of the tournament favorites.

How to watch Brazil vs Colombia, stream link and start time

Begin: 9:00 p.m. ET, Tuesday (July 2)
Stadion: Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara
How to watch and stream on TV in the USA: FS1, Fox Sports

Goal video by Daniel Munoz – Brazil 1:1 Colombia (45th+2nd minute)

Goal video from Raphinha – Brazil 1:0 Colombia (12th minute)

News and focus on the Brazilian national team

Vinicius, Militao, Paqueta and Wendell all have yellow cards and are at risk of suspension, so they may not be in the starting lineup. Players like Andreas Pereira, Gabriel Magalhaes, Endrick, Raphinha, Douglas Luiz and Gabriel Martinelli could all feature. This list just shows the incredible strength of this Brazilian team.

News and focus on the Colombian team

Lerma, Rios and Cordoba are all at risk of being suspended for the quarter-finals if they pick up another yellow card. James Rodriguez had to be substituted in Colombia's win over Costa Rica, but that was just a precautionary measure. Colombia may rotate a little, but they will likely look to keep their momentum going into the quarter-finals as they look to secure top spot and avoid Uruguay in the quarter-finals.

Prediction Brazil vs. Colombia

Brazil look to be making a good start to their warm-up, and although it will be a very tough game, their star strikers will give them the edge. Brazil – Colombia 2:1.