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Brazil vs Belgium kick-off, team news, head-to-head at the World Cup

July 3, 2018 By Ali M.
Here is a comprehensive compilation of TV schedules and listings for Brazil's World Cup quarter-final clash with Belgium.

The World Cup quarter-finals are right around the corner, and with it comes the highly-anticipated clash between Brazil and Belgium. Two sides who could possibly go on to win the title, one of these two talented nations will see their campaign come to an end.

If a favorite had to be chosen, the safest bet would be the South American powerhouse. The Selecao heads into this fixture on the back of their 2-0 win over Mexico in the round of 16.

After an underwhelming start to their campaign, Tite's men have grown in strength and are now showing why they are the favorites. Since their opening day 1-1 draw with Switzerland, the five-time champion has won every game 2-0 without conceding.

Neymar has been the most controversial figure in Brazil's dressing room. Despite scoring one and assisting the other goal in the win over El Tri, the PSG superstar attracted further criticism for his theatrics and tendency to drop to the floor.

Meanwhile, Brazil heads into this tie on the back of their thrilling 3-2 win over Japan. Despite going 2-0 down, the Red Devils fought back to make it 2-2 before scoring the winner with only a few seconds on the clock.

Roberto Martinez's men, however, know they must pick up their performance. A number of their star names failed to show up in the round of 16 victory and they will face a side unlikely to throw away a 2-0 lead in the last eight.

Team news

Brazil will, unfortunately, be without Casemiro who is suspended for this game. The midfielder was booked in the win over Mexico and will thus be forced to sit this one out. Fernandinho will likely deputize while Roberto Firmino could start ahead of Gabriel Jesus after scoring in the round of 16.

Belgium has no injury or suspension worries. All they need is for their big names to perform against the five-time World Cup champion.

Match facts

  • These two sides have locked four times before.
  • Brazil leads the head-to-head record, winning all but one of those ties (L1).
  • Only one of those encounters came in this competition, with the South American giant winning 2-0 in 2002 en route to their fifth title.
  • The Selecao has won 13 of their last 16 World Cup matches.

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