Brazil are big favorites for the 2022 World Cup. And with good reason. Indeed, the Brazilians are leaders in the FIFA rankings and the host of stars that make up the Seleçao can take them to the supreme crown. In the group stage of the World Cup, the Brazilian selection is on a series of 15 games without defeat (12v, 3n) and intends to continue this impressive series to come out without trembling from this group G composed of Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon. Neymar’s Brazil have not suffered a defeat since July 2021 and approach this World Cup with almost unshakable confidence. The team of Titus must confirm against Serbia this Thursday evening and assume its status as the big favorite for the final crown.
Precisely Serbia also has arguments to put forward. The team led by Serbian coach Dragan Stojkovic consolidated their series of unbeaten matches with a sixth match without conceding a loss against Bahrain in a friendly last week (5-1). Important names in European football play in this team such as Dusan Vlahovic, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Tadic. During the qualifications for this World Cup, the Serbs did not lose any match with a record of six wins and two draws.
What time does the Brazil v Serbia match start?
The Brazil-Serbia match will start at 8 p.m. on Thursday, November 24. It will take place at Lusail Stadium, Al Daayen, Qatar.
On which TV channel is Brazil – Serbia broadcast?
Two channels will broadcast this Brazil – Serbia. Indeed, Bein Sports and TF1 will broadcast this enticing meeting. Iranian referee Alireza Faghani will be on the whistle.
Which streaming broadcast for the match Brazil – Serbia?
Two streaming broadcasts will be available to watch the match Brazil – Serbia. Indeed, MyTF1 and MyCanal will also broadcast the match.
What probable compositions for Brazil – Serbia?
Tite should not revolutionize his starting lineup for this Brazil – Serbia. The two PSG players, Neymar and Marquinhos, should hold their place as will former Lyonnais Lucas Paqueta in midfield. Here is the probable starting lineup of the Seleçao: Alisson – Danilo, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Sandro – Casemiro, Paqueta – Raphinha, Neymar, Vinicius Jr – Richarlison.
Opposite, uncertainties still hover over the Serbian eleven. Indeed, the Premier League’s fourth top scorer, Aleksandar Mitrovic, is injured in the ankle and is not expected to start. Dusan Vlahovic should start even if he had been so uncertain before the start of the World Cup. Here is the probable eleven of the Eagles: V. Milinkovic-Savic – Milenkovic, Mitrovic, Pavlovic – Zivkovic, Gudelj, S. Milinkovic-Savic, Kostic – Tadic, Vlahovic, Jovic.
What are the predictions for Brazil v Serbia?
On sports betting sites, Brazil is obviously the favorite in this clash with Serbia. On Betclic, they are at 1.46, the draw is at 4.55 and the Serbian victory is at 6.70. On Unibetthe Seleçao is at 1.45, the draw at 4.60 and the Serbian victory at 7.25.