Watch Colombia vs. Peru Live Stream Free, 2015 Copa America Group C

Watch Colombia vs. Peru live stream free in continuous coverage of the 2015 Copa America from Estadio Municipal Bicentenario Germán Becker in Temuco, Chile.

As the groups phase comes to an end and the teams who will advance to the knockout stage are determined, Colombia faces Peru in a decisive game. James Rodriguez and his teammates were heavy favorites to move on. However, after falling uncharacteristically to Venezuela in their opener, things became much more uncertain for Los Cafeteros.

On paper, Colombia is a much stronger team than Peru and, after a stellar 2014 World Cup appearance, many thought they could be among the finalists. Colombia’s coach José Pékerman told reporters he hopes his team can play more like they played against Brazil than Venezuela.

“I respect a lot of the players in their hierarchy, as the players on my team do to the rival.

They’re a good team with important players and have good control of the ball. We hope to repeat a lot of the things we did against Brazil to be able to leave with the victory.”

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Fans who watch Colombia vs. Peru live stream will see the definition of one of the most competitive groups at the 2015 Copa America. Thus far, the standings are as tight as they can be, with Brazil and Peru in the lead thanks to a goal differential and Venezuela and Colombia occupying the last two spots, all have three points thanks to a win and a draw.

This is a must win for Colombia, who has dreams of repeating their appearance at the 2014 World Cup in which they reached the quarterfinals and became one of the darlings of the tournament. Pékerman said that forwards Paolo Guerrero, Jefferson Farfan, and Claudio Pizarro were some players to watch out for Los Incas.

Watch Colombia vs. Peru live stream free to see if Group C continues to be one of the most exciting of the 2015 Copa America, with all teams standing a chance to move on to the next round. Without Neymar — following his suspension from the tournament after a red — Brazil is not as strong and anything can happen.

Not many were expecting Peru to be in this position, with Brazil and Colombia being two of the biggest superpowers in South America, but Los Incas have a real chance to advance to the knockout stage.

Watch Colombia vs. Peru live stream free here. Kick-off is at 3 p.m. ET.

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