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Preview: Brazil vs. South Korea - Prediction, Team News, Lineups

While South Korea has been flying high with an emotional win over Portugal, Brazil's squad finished their group stage with a shock defeat against Cameroon. They will certainly look to recover from their disappointing loss as they encounter South Korea today.
Where:  Stadium 974
When:  December 5, 10 pm (19:00 GMT)
Fifa rankings: Brazil (1), South Korea (28)

Match Preview

Brazil coach Tite will recall his number 10 star Neymar after an ankle injury that kept him out of the last two games. Despite rotating the Brazilian squad heavily in the match against Cameroon, Tite needs to prove that it does not affect the Selecao spirit. Still, his players have to keep working on their shots advantage with a massive possession,
South Korea was the second-lowest-ranked side to advance to the knockout stage but the Tottenham Hotspurs star declared that the Brazillian team won't be taking them lightly.
“They are an aggressive and strong team. We can’t afford to make mistakes,” cautioned Richarlison.
And the South Koreans will acknowledge that the odds are against them. Boss Paulo Bento's side has recent experience of how chastening an experience it can be to face Brazil. The squad met in a friendly in Seoul in June and Brazil easily romped to a 5-1 win, with Neymar scoring two penalties,

Team News


Brazil vs. South Korea - PredictionSource: cnn

The Brazil treatment room has been well-occupied during their short time in Qatar, but the Selecao doctor Rodrigo Lasmar has informed a positive update news on Neymar, who is in with a chance of recovering from an ankle injury in time to be set to start against South Korea.
Still, Tite has lost both Gabriel Jesus and Alex Telles for the remainder of the tournament after both men maintained knee issues in the encounter with Cameroon, though, the former was always expected to drop out for Richarlison here.
Telles's withdrawal and Alex Sandro's hip concern have left Tite short at left-back, but Danilo is expected to have good progress in his recovery from an ankle sprain of his own and could deputize on that side, with Eder Militao settling the right flank.
South Korea

Brazil vs. South Korea - Prediction, South KoreaSource: sportingnews

Meanwhile, South Korea's Hwang had been cope up with hamstring pain throughout the tournament prior to coming up with the goal that would send his nation through, so Lee Jae-sung may now be fearing for his spot in the XI.
Kim Min-jae was relaxed for the meeting with Portugal because of calf discomfort and is still a major doubt, while Lee Kang-in and Kim Young-gwon also came off with physical issues against Portugal and will need a once-over.
Neither man is supposed to be nursing anything that would affect their participation for Monday, where talisman Son Heung-min will hope to enhance a paltry tally of one goal from his last 13 attempts on target at the World Cup.

Brazil Vs. South Korea Head-To-Head Record

Brazil wins: 6
South Korea wins: 1
Draws: 0
Brazil goals: 16
South Korea goals: 5

Brazil World Cup form:
  • W W L
Brazil form (all competitions):
  • W W W W W L
South Korea World Cup form:
  • D L W
South Korea form (all competitions):
  • D W W D L W

Brazil vs. South Korea - Prediction, Brazil Vs. South Korea Head-To-Head RecordSource: theanalyst

Brazil's Possible Starting Lineup:

Alisson; Militao, Marquinhos, Silva, Danilo; Paqueta, Casemiro, Neymar; Raphinha, Richarlison, Vinicius Jr

South Korea's Possible Starting Lineup:

Seung-gyu; Moon-hwan, Kyung-won, Young-gwon, Jin-su; In-beom, Woo-young; Hee-chan, Kang-in, Heung-min; Gue-sung


Brazil 3 - 1 South Korea
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