The Brazilian national team He plays his last game before the World Cup on Tuesday. The opponent will be Tunisia, in a friendly match at the Parque dos Principes stadium, in Paris, France, at 15:30 (Brasilia time) – Click here for help.
Buoyed by last Friday’s 3-0 win over Ghana and a 14-match unbeaten streak, the Seleção have the last chance to make adjustments and observations before the squad closes for the World Cup in Qatar.
Coach Tite will make two changes to the squad from the last match (see more below).
Like Brazil, Tunisia is going through a good phase. The Africans have maintained a seven-game unbeaten streak, with five wins, the last three in a row, against Chile (2-0), Japan (3-0) and Comoros (1-0).
Tunisia is 30th in the national team rankings and will play in its sixth World Cup – before playing in the 1978, 1998, 2002, 2006 and 2018 World Cups, without ever having passed the first stage.
Brazil vs Tunisia match broadcast by Globo, Sportiv and General Electricwith live broadcasts before and after the match.
There will be no VAR for Tuesday’s friendly.
Parc des Princes Paris Saint-Germain Stadium – Photo: Mariana Massy – FIFA / FIFA via Getty Images
Brazil has faced Tunisia only once and won 4-1 in a friendly match on June 6, 1973 at El Menzah Stadium in Tunis. Paolo Cesar Cajo (2), Valdomero and Levinha scored the goals of the national team, and Mohieldin Hbeita scored.
transition: The game will be broadcast on TV Globo, with narration by Galvão Bueno and commentary by Ana Thaís Matos, Júnior and Paulo César de Oliveira. The Sportf website also showed the match, with Milton Light’s narration and the comments of Lidio Carmona, Pedrinho and Salvio Spinola.
Real time broadcast: a General Electric It does special coverage, with live broadcasts before and after the match and also broadcasts the match in real time, with exclusive videos – Click here to check.
Possible lineups – Photo: Arte / ge
Right-back Danilo and midfielder Fred will return to Tite’s squad this Tuesday, since most of this cup session. They replaced Eder Militao and Finney Jr., who started the match against Ghana.
With these changes, Lucas Paqueta will play on the left side of the field instead of staying in the middle.
In the second half, Tite is expected to give a chance to some reserves, as he did on Friday. Of the 24 players called up for this FIFA date, 16 have played. Those who have not yet entered the field are full-backs Danilo and Renan Lodi, defender Ibanez, midfielder Fred and forwards Pedro and Roberto Firmino. Bruno Guimarães, injured, was released to return to Newcastle.
embezzlement: Alex Sandro (cut due to muscle injury in the left thigh) and Bruno Guimarães (cut due to muscle swelling in the left thigh).
Brazil line-up to face Tunisia – Photo: ge
Tunisia – Coach: Jalil Kadri
Coach Jalil Qadri, who has been unbeaten and undefeated since taking over, will face his toughest opponent in seven matches in January. By the defensive organization, they are nicknamed “The Eagles” as the Tunisian team is known as the “Italians of Africa”.
Against Comoros, last Tuesday, Tunisia took the opportunity to test some players and promote for the first time, such as Team Jebali (from Lyon, France) and Latif (from Basel, Switzerland).
For this match, the Tunisian press is betting on a lineup that has been significantly modified in relation to the recent matches. Midfielder Issa Lidoni, from Hungary, Ferencvaros, and striker Youssef Msakni, from Al Duhail, from the United Arab Emirates, are names to watch out for.
Tunisia’s possible line-up to face Brazil – Photo: ge
- Rule: Rudy Bouquet (France)
- helpers: Guillaume Debart and Aurelien Drouet (both from France)
- Fourth referee: Hakim Ben El Hadj (France)
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