Where to see Brazil

Brazil and Serbia compete in their debut match at Qatar 2022: information on where to watch the match live on TV and streaming.

It will be one of the most awaited matches ever to close the picture of first day of the group stage of Qatar 2022: the one that will see opposites Brazil And Serbia.

The two representatives will face each other in the second race of a G group which also includes Switzerland and Cameroon and which, at least on paper, promises to be one of the most balanced ever.

Eyes obviously focused on the green and gold national team in consideration of the fact that, as usual, it presents itself at the World Championships as one of the obligatory favorites for the final victory of the tournament. The one led by Tite was the fourth team to deserve a pass for the World Cup and it did so by dominating the South American qualifying group (14 wins, 3 draws, no defeats and 40 goals scored against only 5 conceded).

For the Pentacampeões the first obstacle to overcome will in any case be a difficult one, given that Serbia is presenting itself at Qatar 2022 with great ambitions. The one led by Dragan Stojkovic is a group full of talent and this was amply demonstrated also during the European qualifying process: first place in a Group A which also included Portugal and without suffering defeats.

Brazil And Serbia they have faced each other twice in their history and it was always the green-and-gold who prevailed who, among other things, won 2-0 (goals from Paulinho and Thiago Silva) in a match in the group stage of the World Cup of 2018.

WHEN PLAYING BRAZIL-SERBIA

Brazil-Serbia it will be played Thursday 24 November 2022 to the Lusail Iconic Stadiumor the Lusail facility which will also host the final of the 2022 World Championships. Kick-off scheduled at 20.00 Italian time.

WHERE TO SEE BRAZIL-SERBIA ON TV AND STREAMING

It will be there Raior the broadcaster that has guaranteed the broadcasting rights of all the Qatar 2022 matches for Italy, to broadcast live and in the clear the challenge that will see opposing Brazil And Serbia.

For fans who want to follow the match, the reference channel will be Rai 1.

As usual, the streaming of the event will also be guaranteed and Brazil-Serbia will therefore also be visible on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, or even on PCs and notebooks. In this case it will be possible to follow the match through RaiPlaythus accessing the official website or using the appropriate app.

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NEWSPAPER AND SECOND VOICE

The commentary of Brazil-Serbia was entrusted to Stefano Bizzotto alongside which, for the technical comment, there will be Lele Adani.

PROBABLE BRAZIL-SERBIA FORMATIONS

Tite will design Brazil with a 4-2-3-1 in which, in the defensive line in front of Alisson, there will also be room for Juventus players Danilo and Alex Sandro. Fred and Casemiro will make up the midfield duo, while Richarlison will act as a lone striker, supported by Vinicius, Neymar and Paquetà.

‘Tanta Italia’ in Stojkovic’s Serbia. In his 3-4-1-2 it will be the Turin player Vanja Milinkovic-Savic who settles between the posts. The Florentine Milenkovic will position himself in the center of the defense trio, while the grenade Lukic and the Lazio Sergej Milinkovic-Savic will make up the halfback duo. The Juventus players Kostic and Vlahovic will act as left winger and central striker.

BRAZIL (4-2-3-1): Alisson; Danilo, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Alex Sandro; Fred, Casemiro; Vinicius, Neymar, Paqueta; Richardson.

SERBIA (3-4-1-2): V. Milinkovic-Savic; Veljkovic, Milenkovic, Pavlovic; Zivkovic, Lukic, S. Milinkovic-Savic, Kostic; Tadic; A. Mitrovic, Vlahovic.

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