Brazil will look to make it two of two in qualifying for the CONMEBOL World Cup when they face Peru on Wednesday at 1 AM (UK time).
The Seleção edged out Bolivia in their first game with players like Roberto Firmino and Philippe Coutinho running wildly in a 5-0 victory.
But Tite's team will face a much tougher challenge in the form of Peru, who came from behind to draw 2-2 with Paraguay last time out.
Brazil beat Peru 3-1 in the 2019 Copa América final, but lost 1-0 to La Blanquirroja in their last match just two months later.
Can Peru win consecutive games against Brazil for the first time in its history? Or will the most powerful force in South America reassert its dominance once again?
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Previous lineups of Peru and Brazil:
Peru (vs Paraguay): Gallese; Advincula, Zambrano, Abram, Trauco; Wall; Carrillo, Aquino, Yotun, Cueva; Ruidiaz.
Brazil (vs Bolivia): Weverton; Danilo, Marquinhos, Silva, Lodi; Coutinho, Casemiro, Luiz; Everton, Firmino, Neymar.
Ricardo Gareca is injury and suspension free, so he should be able to present his strongest eleven once again for the visit to Brazil.
Alisson and Gabriel Jesus were injured during training for their respective clubs, so they have not joined the Brazil squad, while Tite may bring Fabinho back to midfield after David Luiz started there last time.
Players to watch:
Peru: Whether in Peru, Mexico, or the United States, Raúl Ruidiaz has always excelled at the club level and is fast approaching 200 goals in his career. Yet internationally, he has managed just four goals in 43 international matches and has struggled to show his nation what he is truly capable of. Ruidiaz is arguably the most prolific forward in MLS right now, especially with Josef Martinez injured, and has already scored nine goals in 13 appearances for the reigning champions Seattle Sounders this season. The 30-year-old will look to bring that confidence to the international stage to give Peru's hopes of World Cup qualification a shot in the arm.
Brazil: Roberto Firmino has not scored a goal for Liverpool so far this season and, indeed, questions remain about his effectiveness for the Reds, despite what he is perceived to offer outside of the 18-yard area. That said, the former Hoffenheim player is not having those problems internationally, and last time he doubled against Bolivia to bring his tally to 15 goals in 45 international appearances for Brazil. That could be just what Firmino needs to rekindle his confidence in the final third, so Peru better keep a close eye on his whereabouts.
Scoreboard prediction: Peru 1-2 Brazil