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Germany vs Brazil Preview: Selecao targets payback for 7-1 humiliation in 2014 World Cup

March 25, 2018 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
Here is a comprehensive compilation of TV schedules and listings for Germany's clash with Brazil during the international break.

Two of the favorites bookmarked to win the upcoming FIFA World Cup, Germany and Brazil, will lock-horns at the Olympiastadion in Berlin. The game will be a rehash of the quarter-final encounter of the World Cup played between the pair back in 2014. However, Brazil – who hosted that previous edition of the competition - will aim for a different result this time around.

The Selecao fell to a humiliating 7-1 defeat inside the Estádio Mineirão in Belo Horizonte, with five of the goals coming in the first-half. Just as witnessed, Germany went on to win the esteemed intercontinental trophy at the expense of Argentina via an extra-time goal by Mario Götze. 



Here are the official live listings of selected countries for Germany vs Brazil. Listed alphabetically:

  • Australia at 7:45 AM AEDT on beIN Sports 1 Australia, beIN SPORTS 3 Australia
  • Canada at 3:45 ET 
  • Spain at 9:45 PM CET
  • UK at 8:45 PM BST on Talksport 2 Radio UK, BT Sport Live, BT Sport 2
  • USA at 12:45 PM PT/3:45 PM ET on WatchESPN, ESPN3 USA


A lot hasn’t changed since Germany won 7-1 over Brazil as Joachim Lowe’s men have maintained a steady ascendency, They could be the first side since Brazil in 1962 to win the trophy back-to-back should things go as planned in Russia.

Germany had a perfect score in the World Cup qualifying games as they won all the ten games in the Group C and scored an outstanding 43 goals while conceding just four. They have, however, drawn all three of the previous friendly matches they featured in against England, France, and Spain.

Brazil – since being wounded in the 2014 match-up with Die Mannschaft – has also upped its game with the introduction of some new faces to the squad. Tite’s men also enjoyed a great ride in the qualification series towards Russia 2018.

Coming into Tuesday’s encounter the South Americans will, once again, be without the service of talisman Neymar Jr. It is worth noting that the 26-year-old forward was sidelined with an injury when his nation received the 7-1 drubbing back in 2014.

Still, there is able personnel available to take the reins this time around and Brazil has already shown its capabilities having thrashed Russia 3-0 in a recent friendly encounter. In all, a crunchy encounter is expected between two of the finest national teams on the planet. 

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