Brazil vs Tunisia international Friendly match Preview, Watch online & Predictable lineups

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Brazil vs Tunisia international Friendly will be held at Parc des Princes on Tuesday. Both teams confirmed their spots in the Winter World Cup, which will be held in Qatar, and this game will be the last one they play before heading to Qatar.

Preview of Brazil vs Tunisia Game:

Brazil, considered the favorites to win their first World Cup in 20 years, defeated Ghana with a resounding 3-0 victory in Le Havre on Friday evening. The victory was a comfortable one for Brazil.
Richarlison scored two goals for Brazil, effectively ending the match as competition before the halftime whistle had even blown. Marquinhos scored his fifth goal for his country in only the ninth minute, which got his team off to a flying start.

After the halftime break, Tite took the opportunity to make six substitutions, leading to the contest becoming less competitive overall. On Tuesday in Paris, the 61-year-old may have a misguided belief that Tunisia will continue to push him for extended lengths of time.

He will not want to see his team’s winning streak of six matches come to an end before the first game of Group G of the World Cup in November, which is against Serbia.

In the meantime, Tunisia became eligible for their second consecutive World Cup by virtue of their victory against Mali in the last play-off round in March.

The Eagles of Carthage appear to have worked their way back to being one of Africa’s most solid outfits, having reached the quarter-finals or better in each of the last four African Cup of Nations competitions. Although they could not compete on the global stage in 2010 and 2014, these two years were missed opportunities.

They are on an incredible run of seven consecutive clean sheets under the management of Jalel Kadri, who was appointed as the nation’s permanent manager after their run to the last eight in January. Dango Ouattara of Sierra Leone was the last player to score against them during the AFCON quarter-finals in January.

As a result, Kadri will go into Tuesday’s match against Brazil believing that his team can make Selecao’s job extremely difficult to score against them. However, he will also be aware that facing A Selecao is one of the most difficult challenges any international team can face.

Match Fact:

  • Teams: Brazil vs Tunisia
  • Date: 27th Sep 2022
  • Time: 2:30 pm (ET)
  • Venue: Parc des Princes
  • Live Broadcast: fubo TV, beIN SPORTS, Paramount+ .

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Brazil vs Tunisia Team News:

When Brazil played Ghana on Friday, Tite fielded an extremely forward lineup, with only Casemiro sitting in front of the back four. This allowed attackers like Lucas Paqueta, Neymar, Raphinha, Vinicius Junior, and Richarlison to get the ball and get forward.

It is unlikely that the former Corinthians manager will make many changes to his team for this encounter, which is Brazil’s final match before their World Cup showdown against Serbia. However, given Casemiro’s lack of playing time for Manchester United as of late, he may bench him.

The most likely option to replace him at the base of the midfield is Liverpool’s Fabinho, but his club teammate Alisson may leave the team to give Ederson a chance to stake a claim in goal. Ederson is the more experienced of the two players.

In the same vein, Kadri may use the same starting XI that defeated Comoros on Thursday, as he aims to maintain a stable unit in advance of their trip to Qatar in November.

Bechir Ben Said has started his previous five games for his country and has not been defeated in any of them. Because of this, Aymen Dahmen should be benched in favor of Ben Said in the goalkeeping position.

Brazil vs Tunisia Predictable Lineups:

Brazil Predictable lineups: Ederson; Militao, Silva, Marquinhos, Lodi; Fabinho, Paqueta, Neymar; Raphinha, Richarlison, Vinicius Jr.

Tunisia Predictable lineups: Ben Said; Mathlouthi, Ifa, Talbi, Maaloul; Skhiri, Sassi, Laidouni; Khaoui, Khenissi, Khazri

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