Brazil will be looking to maintain their unbeaten start to 2022 World Cup qualifying when they host Ecuador at Estádio Beira-Rio on Saturday at 1:30am (UK time).
The most decorated nation in World Cup history are 100% after their opening four outings but they face an Ecuadorian team riding on the crest of a positive wave.
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Where to watch Brazil vs Ecuador on TV:
- UK: Premier Sports 1
- US: FuboTV
Scoreline prediction: Brazil 2-0 Ecuador
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Brazil vs Ecuador build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
After the opening four rounds, one South American team remains 100% and that’s five-time world champions Brazil, who have registered 12 goals across those outings while conceding just twice. Last time out, the Seleção won 2-0 at Uruguay, their most difficult opponent to date, a game that saw Everton forward Richarlison get on the scoresheet.
A surprise package so far is Ecuador. Gustavo Alfaro’s men began with a narrow 1-0 loss at Argentina, but they’ve since recovered having put together three consecutive wins, including a 6-1 thrashing of Colombia on matchday four which has subsequently made La Tri the leading CONMEBOL WCQ scorers on 13 goals.
- Brazil (vs Uruguay): Ederson; Danilo, Silva, Marquinhos, Lodi; Douglas Luiz, Éverton Ribeiro, Arthur; Jesus, Firmino, Richarlison.
- Ecuador (vs Bolivia): Domínguez; Perlaza, Torres, León, Quiñónez; Carabalí, Arroyo, Noboa, Mena; Martínez, Estrada.
There is a good chance Alisson will be recalled to the starting XI here, while Neymar is also in contention to line up from the beginning. Gonzalo Plata is suspended for Ecuador.
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Player to watch: Neymar (Brazil)
In the race to finish as top scorer, Neymar (on three goals) trails co-leaders Arturo Vidal, Ángel Romero and Luis Suárez by one strike. It’s also worth noting all of his strikes to date came in Brazil’s 4-2 win at Peru on matchday two, which also happens to be his last appearance for the record world champions. He’s back in Tite’s squad and will be looking to make up for lost time. Neymar is currently 13 goals away from equalling Pele’s all-time scoring record (77 goals) for the national team, though he’s already played 11 games more than O Rei.
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