The Copa America 2015 live stream (en vivo) and televised coverage of the quarterfinals will bring an intriguing matchup featuring Brazil vs. Paraguay on Saturday. Two teams have already earned spots in the semifinals round of the tournament, with one of these two looking to join them. With star player Neymar suspended from the Brazilian side, will Paraguay pull off a huge upset, or will another star for Brazil help them advance? Live streaming and TV presentation of the game arrives Saturday evening in the United States.
According to Goal.com in their June 27 report, the player to watch for Brazil in today’s game may very well be Robinho. He is said to be the catalyst for the team in the absence of Neymar, as the young star was given a red card for his head butting incident, resulting in a four-game suspension. Robinho, at age 31, may have a chance at redemption to help complete a historic career. For today’s game, he’ll earn his 99th international cap, and should his team win, he can achieve 100, something only four other players have done in the history of the Brazilian squad.
On the other side of the field will be Paraguay, a team that Brazil wants revenge against. In 2011, Paraguay eliminated the Brazilian team in the Copa America quarterfinals to set up this big rematch for Saturday. Paraguay won once and had two draws in group play, finishing second to Argentina. Lucas Barrios may be one player to keep an eye on, as he is among nine other players at Copa America to have scored twice in the tournament. Edward Benitez and Nelson Valdez could also help lead the charge for the underdogs.
Paraguay will be a large underdog in fact, as their moneyline price is hovering close to +550 or higher. As the favorite, Brazil has a price tag between -155 and -175 at many sports books, while a draw is priced at +275. Depending on the book, the over/under for the game is either two or 2-1/2 goals. Future odds have Argentina listed as the favorite to win it all this year with odds of 11 to 10 right now. Brazil carries the third-best odds at 9 to 2, while Paraguay is last with 33 to 1 odds.
Saturday’s Brazil vs. Paraguay game for the Copa America 2015 has a start time of 5:30 p.m. EST. United States viewers can watch the matchup if they have BeIn Sports on their service provider package. In addition, cable and satellite subscribers can watch live streaming online (en vivo) coverage using the mobile site or apps for BeIn Sports. Soccer 2 Go will also have the game feed available for its subscribers. Sirius XM satellite radio coverage is not available for this game due to the World Cup games going on.