Brazil starting XI: Jefferson; Dani Alves, Miranda, D.Luiz, Filipe Luís; Fernandinho, Elias; Willian, Fred; Neymar, Tardelli.
Peru starting XI: Gallese; Advíncula, Zambrano, Ascues, Vargas; Ballón, Lobatón, Cueva, Sánchez; Farfán, Guerrero.
Brazil get their Copa America campaign started tonight, facing off against Peru in what looks to be a David v Goliath clash in Temuco.
Dunga has watched on this evening as Colombia lost 1-0 to Venezeula in a shock result, meaning Brazil can really lay down a marker tonight as they take on Peru.
Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho misses out having picked up an injury in training, with Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred coming into the side, whilst Hoffenheim star Roberto Firmino also loses out, with Diego Tardelli leading the line alongside Neymar.
Dunga's side are clearly more talented, but they can't underestimate Ricardo Gareca's side, who have star players themselves - defender Carlos Zambrano, left back Juan Manuel Vargas, winger Jefferson Farfan and striker Paolo Guerrero all have the ability to cause Brazil problems tonight.
However, Brazil will be strong favourites to win the game, especially with Neymar in such fine form having won the Champions League with Barcelona just last week.