After his irregular competition so far this America's Cup, the only safe way to Colombia and Peru to the quarter-finals is a victory
Colombia and Peru only think about the win in a game of high tension and Southern cold, whose winner will go on to the quarterfinals of the Copa America 2015 Chile, while the loser will be at the expense of the result between Brazil and Venezuela to define your pass to the next stage.
The tie can serve both teams depending on the number of goals that you register in both games of a group of maximum equality where there is now a four-way tie at three points.
The two teams face the crucial match after his first win of the tournament in the previous match, as both began the competition with defeat.
Colombians regained confidence with a balsamic victory over Brazil (1-0) that made them forget the weak image offered to Venezuela, which fell to 0-1.
Peruvians, meanwhile, beat the Vinotinto by the minimum, but did so with some compelling game that diluted the good performance achieved in the game they lost to Brazil (2-1).
Colombia repeated in principle the same team that won the Brazilian team for the first time in twenty-four years, including James Rodriguez, who in the last two days he trained apart from his teammates for some physical discomfort.
The coach of Colombia, Nestor Pekerman, will be without the Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca, expelled after the match against Brazil for participating in a brawl with rival players and had been started against Venezuela, but not against Brazil, against which he left in the second half.
The intent of the Colombian national team is starting out with the same intensity and defensive withdrawal so well that he gave in his last game.
The commitment to Peru also have a taste of revenge for Colombians, since the Blanquirroja eliminated them from the Copa America four years ago in the quarterfinals of the edition in Argentina.
Peru is once again pending recovery starting lineup for his major figure, Jefferson Farfan, absent in Thursday's game against Venezuela by an allergic reaction in the foot.
Striker Claudio Pizarro, who scored the winner against Venezuela, is emerging again as replacement Schalke 04 German player should not be able to evolve favorably.
Except for doubt Farfan, the Peru coach, Ricardo Gareca, aligned in principle to the other ten players who played the previous two home games of the group stage.
Among those players are defender Carlos Ascues and midfielder Christian Cueva, who finished the match against Venezuela with slight knocks importance.
Striker Paolo Guerrero also play start after the Bolivian referee Raul Orosco withdraw the arbitration will score sheet with Venezuela his second yellow card of the tournament, which prevented him from playing for punishment, since the warning was actually for Pizarro.
Peru has won half of the occasions when he faced the Colombian national team in the Copa America. It has seven wins, five draws and two defeats.