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Brazil vs Serbia - Watch A Canarinha's debut in the 2022 World Cup on November 24

November 23, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
One of the major candidates to win the title will begin their quest for their sixth crown facing a dangerous European rival.

One of the most interesting games being held in the Group Stage of the FIFA World Cup will feature the perennial candidates Brazil and the up and coming Serbian side, two of the most potent teams in the competition that promise to give fans their money's worth when they take the pitch at Lusail Stadium.

Brazil make it to this game with nothing but victory on their minds, and how could it be any different if they have won this tournament on five occasions. The Seleçao have not made it to the title match since their 2002 triumph, and with some of their top names ready to end their international careers, the timing could not be more perfect to see them claiming one more World Cup title.

Tite's team made it to this competition by dominating the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in CONMEBOL, where they were the first team to qualify with a record that included 14 wins, three draws, and a suspended game against Argentina. If fans needed more reasons to believe in Brazil's chances of success, their goalscoring antics during the year could do the trick, as they have scored 27 goals in eight games.

As for Serbia, the European side enters this competition after completing their best World Cup Qualifying round, with no losses in eight matches and by winning Group A by defeating none other than Portugal in the final match of the qualifiers with a come-from-behind win over Cristiano Ronaldo and Co.

The Serbian side will also enter this match with an unbeaten run that includes five wins and one draw for Dragan Stojkovic's team in the ongoing year.

Both teams will try to be off to a good start considering that they will already know the end result of the first match of their group, which also features Switzerland and Cameroon.

Brazil vs Serbia - Team news

The Brazilian side make it to this competition with some interesting additions to an already talented team, which include none other than Vinicius, Rodrygo, Flamengo star and Copa Libertadores winner Pedro and Gabriel Martinelli, one of Arsenal's main reasons to be among the league leaders in the Premier League. A Canarinha will also have the 30-year-old Neymar as one of their main threats up front, with the PSG ace being able to get to the tournament in massive form after finding the back of the net 19 times across all competitions.

On the other side of the pitch, Serbia enter their second FIFA World Cup in a row trying to show their growth to the world, which saw them beat one of the most powerful European teams in their qualifying group. The Eagles will try to make it to the next round with a team that includes strikers such as Aleksandar Mitrovic and Juventus' sensation Dusan Vlahovic, who has scored nine goals for his national teal in just 17 international matches. Captain Dusan Tadic has also been included in this squad despite his physical issues, which had him in doubt practically until the last minute.

Although most of the stellar players for both teams are available, there are some players that could miss the debut of their national teams in this World Cup.

Brazil: Injured: Antony.

Serbia: Injured: Sasa Lukic.

Brazil vs Serbia - Head-to-head

  • This will be the third match between these teams and second in a FIFA World Cup group stage between Brazil and Serbia.

  • The previous World Cup game between these teams saw Brazil claim a two-nil win over Serbia, with A Canarinha's goals being scored by Paulinho and Thiago Silva.

  • Serbia have never been able to score a single goal against Brazil.

  • Serbia's coach Dragan Stojkovic was part of Yugoslavia's team that played in the 1990 and 1998 FIFA World Cups. The former midfielder scored three goals in the 1990 edition, which ended with the Yugoslavian side making it to the Quarterfinals.

  • This will be Tite's sixth game for Brazil as head coach in a World Cup. His record so far shows three wins, one draw, and one loss (against Belgium, in the tournament's Quarterfinals).

  • This will be the first game for coach Stojkovic against Brazil across all competitions.

Broadcast info: Brazil vs Serbia

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Brazil 2 - 0 Serbia

November 24, 2022 2:00pmLusail Iconic Stadium (Lusail)

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