Brazil’s defence of their Copa America title continues when they face Chile in the quarter-finals in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday at 1am (UK time).
The reigning champions cruised through their Group B campaign with 10 points from four games, while Chile were less convincing, finishing fourth in Group A with just one win so far.
Where to live stream Brazil vs Chile online:
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Where to watch Brazil vs Chile on TV:
- UK: BBC Red Button
- US: Fox Sports 1 & TUDN USA
Scoreline prediction: Brazil 3-0 Chile
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Brazil vs Chile build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
With progression to the knockout rounds already secured, the Seleção were afforded the chance to rest key players against Ecuador last time out. The likes of Neymar and Gabriel Jesus should come into this tie fit and firing after being left off the pitch completely, while Richarlison and Vinicius Jr were only required from the bench.
They face a Chile side whose only win in this competition so far came against minnows Bolivia on matchday two. Where Brazil have scored a tournament-high 10 goals, their opponents have only found the net three times so far, firing a blank in a 2-0 defeat to Paraguay in their last outing. Chile have won just eight of their 72 all-time meetings with Brazil and just one since August 2000.
- Brazil (vs Ecuador): Alisson; Emerson, Militao, Marquinhos, Lodi*; Fabinho, Luiz; Paqueta, Firmino, Everton; Gabriel.
- Chile (vs Paraguay): Bravo; Isla, Medel, Sierralta, Mena; Vidal, Alarcon, Aranguiz; Pinares, Vargas, Brereton.
Felipe Monteiro and Renan Lodi are both fitness doubts for Brazil, who will be without the injured Rodrigo Caio. Alexis Sanchez remains a doubt for Chile, who have an otherwise fully fit squad to choose from.
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Player to watch: Neymar (Brazil)
There is no other way of looking at it, Neymar is the be-all and end-all of this Brazil side’s chance of success. With two goals during the group stage, he’s already his team’s highest scorer, while only Lionel Messi (3) has found the net more at this tournament so far.
Neymar is now just nine strikes short of Pele’s record of 77 goals for Brazil but, curiously, just one of his 68 so far have come against Chile — during a friendly back in April 2013. The PSG forward will be hell-bent on improving that record and moving his nation closer to a 10th all-time Copa America title.
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