Once you have subscribed we will use the email you provided to send you the newsletter. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the newsletter email.
South American international football is back as Brazil take on Chile in a CONMEBOL World Cup Qualification match.
Brazil will be looking to extend their mightily impressive run of 33 games unbeaten run in World Cup qualifying as they host Chile this Thursday. Chile on the other hand will be trying to rain on the Brazilian parade and cause an upset at the Maracana.
Brazil have already qualified for the World Cup, whereas Chile find themselves three points outside the four automatic qualification places – so this could be a huge game for them.
Here’s everything you need to know regarding Brazil against Chile.
Brazil vs Chile will take place on Thursday 24th March 2022 at the Maracana Stadium. The match will kick off at 11:30 pm GMT.
Football fans will be over the moon to hear that this World Cup qualifier will be televised live on Premier Player HD / Premier Sports.
If you are looking to live stream this World Cup qualifier, you can do so via the Premier Player subscription service. A monthly pass is available for £9.99 or you can get an annual pass for a one-off payment of £129.
You need to have an account or a day pass to access the live stream, so make sure you have everything you need prior to kick-off.
Leeds United star Raphinha won’t be available for Brazil’s selection, he pulled out due to testing positive for Covid-19. Arsenal star Gabriel also won’t feature as his girlfriend is expecting a child this month. He’s been replaced by Athletico Madrid’s Felipe.
Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson is also out with illness, meaning Alisson will likely start.
Neymar also looks set to return after missing three Brazil games on the bounce.
As for Chile – Ben Brereton Diaz has been sidelined for some time now, but he’s back in the squad and will be assessed before the game on Thursday.
Star players Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sanchez are both available.
Brazil Predicted XI: Alisson; Danilo, Silva, Marquinhos, Telles; Paqueta, Casemiro, Coutinho; Vinicius Jr, Richarlison, Neymar
Chile Predicted XI: Bravo, Kuscevic, Medel, Maripan; Isla, Aranguiz, Vidal, Pulgar, Suazo; Vargas, Sanchez
Brazil – 5
Draw – 2
Chile – 1
Here are the odds that various bookmakers are offering to win the game outright:
Brazil – 4/9
Draw – 16/5
Chile – 13/2
We anticipate a high scoring match in this one. Brazil are playing some great football at the moment and scoring goals for fun. Chile will also be going for it as they need the win, which may leave them exposed at the back. Expect a goal-fest. We say 4-1.
You can find all of the latest football news right here at GiveMeSport.
Manchester lad, living in Leeds. Lover of all things sport – although at the moment I’m in a chaotic relationship with Manchester United.
© 2022 Sports New Media Limited. All Rights Reserved.
In the world of wellness and alternative medicine, people are constantly seeking natural remedies to improve their health and well-being. One such product that has gained considerable attention...Read more