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Live streaming & TV info: Brazil vs Mexico - June 7, 2015

June 6, 2015 By Oscar Rojas
El Tri will face Brazil this Sunday with both sides in need of finding the best squad possible for their Copa America participation. Check out the live streaming & TV info for Brazil vs Mexico below.

Two sides that know each other like the palm of their hands will meet again in a friendly match this Sunday. Brazil will host Mexico with their minds thinking about Copa América, which will start this Friday. While Dunga's team hasn't enjoyed much training sessions together, El Tri should be a worthy opponent, as Miguel Herrera's crew gets ready to try to win the South American trophy for the first time ever.

The only player that will miss this game for Brazil will be Neymar, since he will join the team a few days before they start their performance in the South American tournament. Diego Tardelli should get the start up front, while the center of the pitch is populated by men such as Casemiro, Willian and Phillippe Coutinho. It will be quite interesting to know who Dunga decides to start after a series of injuries depleted Brazil recently. Marcelo, Luiz Gustavo and goalkeeper Diego Alves will all be missing the tournament in hand, and they will surely be missed due to their class and personality.

On the other hand, Mexico will have their final test against La Canarinha, after defeating Guatemala and drawing against Perú. Coach Miguel Herrera said earlier that this team could very well be the one that starts against Bolivia in their first Copa America match, and he will try to decide which players adapted better to his tactics. Captain Rafa Márquez is set to make a start, while FC Twente's Jesús Corona is quickly making a name for himself with Mexico's National Team. Both of these players should carry El Tri's weight, while their coach decides who will start against the Bolivians.

The last meeting between these two teams happened during the 2014 World Cup, when the heavily favored Brazilians were not able to get past goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, who denied them over and over. The game ended with a 0-0 draw, and it was a sign of things to come for Brazil, since they were never as dominant as their fans wanted them to be. After taking control of La Seleçao, coach Dunga knows nothing but victory. Can he keep his streak going?

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Brazil 2 - 0 Mexico

June 7, 2015 4:00pmAllianz Parque (São Paulo, São Paulo)

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