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Brazil vs Switzerland LIVE! World Cup 2022 Match Stream, Latest Team News, Lineups, TV, Predictions Today

World Cup favorites Brazil return today with a clash against Group G rivals Switzerland. After a victorious start to the tournament, the South Americans can book their place in the round of 16 with a victory in Doha.

However, the same can be said for Switzerland after picking up a narrow win over Cameroon to open their World Cup campaign. The Swiss are famous for knocking France out of the Euros last summer and have the pedigree to go further in the tournament and many saw them as dark horses in Qatar.

There are also a lot of supporters for Brazil and they are without Neymar injured for today’s game. Tite picked Fred to start as one of two forced changes. Richarlison was the star against Serbia but will need support to secure a second straight World Cup victory. Follow Brazil vs Switzerland LIVE via the Standard Sport match blog!

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Earlier in Group G

Cameroon and Serbia played out to a thrilling 3-3 draw on what has been a mega day of World Cup action so far.

The Lions fought back from two goals after scoring in the opener and losing the lead.

This result means either Brazil or Switzerland will advance to the Round of 16 with a win.

In Group H, Ghana withstood a late South Korean play-off to win 3-2 at the Education City Stadium.


Casemiro: ‘Brazil sometimes pities their rivals’

No Neymar, no problem.

That was Casemiro’s message the weekend before facing Switzerland without the Brazil talisman.

He said: “We have other players who have played at the same level like Vinicius Jr, Raphinha, Richarlison, Gabriel Jesus.

“Those of us who play at the back often joke that we feel sorry for our rivals because we can replace Raphinha for Antony, Richarlison for Gabriel Jesus. We have Rodrygo, Gabriel Martinelli…

“We have a wide range of options. It’s great for us. But that doesn’t change the fact that Neymar is our best player.”


Rock atmosphere in the Brazil bus

The South Americans ignite in the purest samba style!


A change for Switzerland

No Xherdan Shaqiri in Switzerland’s squad due to a thigh injury.

Young Boys starlet Fabian Rieder enters midfield.


Fred chosen to replace Neymar

A conservative move from Tite as Fred arrives to anchor the midfield alongside Casemiro.

This means that Lucas Paqueta will enter the attacking midifeld to support Raphinha, Richarlison and Vinicius Jr in attack.

Eder Militao replaces injured Danilo in defense.


Today’s Swiss line-up

Switzerland XI: sum; Widmer, Akanji, Elvedi, Rodriguez; Freuler, Xhaka, Rieder, Sow; Emboli, Vargas.


How Brazil line up

Brazil XI:Alison; Militao, Silva, Marquinhos, Alex Sandro; Casemiro, Fred, Paqueta; Vinicius Jr., Raphinha, Richarlison.


A thrilling day already in the World Cup

In Group H, South Korea lost 3-2 to Ghana with less than ten minutes to play in that one.

You can watch it live here!


Some Serious Skills From The Brazilian Mascot

Of course, Canarinho can make goalkeepers. Obviously.


The Swiss boss is not complacent

Murat Yakin has warned Switzerland that a Brazil without Neymar is still a big threat for them in Doha.

He told reporters: “If you’re playing against a team that’s missing world-class talent and their best player, that must hurt the hearts of all of us in football. You want to play against the best when you come to the Cup. of the world.

“But Brazil have great players and enough talent to build three great teams. We have to be ready to face an exceptional team – but we are also ready to show our own game against opponents who are one of the strongest of the tournament.

“To do that, we have to focus on our own qualities and skills.”

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