The Copa America 2015 live stream and televised schedule will bring sports fans Brazil vs. Colombia in an enticing matchup tonight, as the fourth-ranked team tries to get more points. Of course that won’t be the easiest task, as they’ll be facing superstar Neymar in their attempts to get a victory. Brazil currently leads their group and it’s been the young star who has helped carry them so far. Will he do the same in tonight’s matchup? The latest live streaming online and TV coverage of Copa America arrives courtesy of various sources.
On June 17 The Daily Mail reported that Colombia desperately needs a win in this matchup or they could be dangerously close to elimination from the tournament. James Rodriguez will try to guide his team to that important win against Neymar and Brazil in Santiago with what will be a rematch from the 2014 World Cup quarterfinals these two teams squared off in. While Neymar has continued to shine, his opponent, Rodriguez, has been struck with various injury issues. Still he has racked up 13 goals and 13 assists in his first season with Spain.
In Brazil’s first match of the tournament, they were able to take down Peru by a final of 2-1. Neymar had both a goal and an assist in the win. For Colombia, it was a different story. Their first match saw them fall to Venezuela 0-1. They’ll certainly need to find inspiration in this second matchup if they want to grab a vital win to move forward to the next stage of the tournament. Colombia’s defender, Camilo Zúñiga, has admitted that for his side, “To get the three points against Brazil is going to be complicated.”
Brazil is a slight moneyline favorite of -105 or a bit higher at most sports books. The underdog Colombians are priced anywhere from +300 to +320 heading into the matchup. A draw is priced around +250 while the goals over/under is set at 2-1/2 goals for this game. Surprisingly, Colombia is still among the top four favorites to win the Copa America at +1025. Brazil is second at +325, trailing Argentina at +165 to win it all.
United States soccer fans can watch the Copa America coverage of Brazil vs. Colombia starting at 8 p.m. Eastern Standard Time Wednesday night. The matchup will be televised by beIn Sports for the U.S. and Premier Sports in the United Kingdom. Live streaming presentation is available at the beIn Sports Connect site or apps for both the U.S. and Canada. Live audio commentary comes via Sirius XM satellite radio on channel 94 beginning at 7 p.m. EST.