Brazil prepared for Sunday's International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Blind Football Americas Championships final with a comfortable win over Chile.
The hosts triumphed 4-1 to make it four wins and a draw from their five group games, although they conceded for first time in the tournament.
The reigning IBSA world champions will take on world number ones and main rivals Argentina in the final after both came through the pool stage unbeaten.
Argentina were held to a goalless draw by Mexico in the late game on Saturday, missing a penalty as they were forced to settle for second in the table.
It is a repeat of the 2017 IBSA Americas final, which Argentina won 2-1, so Brazil will be out for revenge in front of their home crowd in Sao Paulo.
The final takes place at Brazil Paralympic Training Centre with kick off at 11am local time.