The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is in full swing, after Spain’s stunning 7-0 win over Costa Rica, we’re going to look at some Group G action. The five-time World Cup Champion Brazil vs. Serbia will cap off the day’s matches. Brazil hasn’t won a World Cup since 2002, but they’ve made strong showings in recent World Cups finishing 4th in 2014 and 6th in 2018. Now that England and Spain have had statement games, Brazil needs to make its presence known with a big win.
Serbia will be pushing to be the big upset of the day. They’re back in their second straight World Cup, but they’ve never made it out of the Group stage, so look for Serbia to make a big push if they get some momentum late in the match. This should be an exciting contest, we’re going to break down Brazil vs Serbia, and look at how to watch the match, the odds, and the rosters.
Brazil vs Serbia World Cup: How To Watch
Location: Lusail Stadium. Lusail, Qatar.
Start Time: 1 PM CDT (10 PM Local)
Stream: Fubo, Sling TV
Will Brazil have a big game and join the conversation of who will win the World Cup? Can Serbia be the next big upset and be in a position to make it to the round of 16? This is the last World Cup match of the day and it should be over before the Dallas Cowboys kick off at 3:30 PM CDT. The match will air from Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar on Fox in the United States, at 1 PM CDT. Streaming options for the World Cup include Fubo and Sling TV.
Neymar Is Healthy This Time
To say Brazil is favored to win would be a severe understatement. The oddsmakers give them a 66% chance of winning. Reading the roster for Brazil is like making an All-Star team of Premier League and La Liga footballers. Neymar de Silva Santos Jr is returning to Brazil after not playing much in Russia due to injuries. Brazils captain Thiago Silva had this to say about Neymar’s return, “Now with a different preparation, without any injury and any worry, we see a better Neymar.”
Do you think Brazil’s talent will outshine Serbia?
Neymar on his way to Qatar 💧 pic.twitter.com/Iqhx29zSYn— B/R Football (@brfootball) November 19, 2022
Serbia Has Confidence In Themselves
Serbia has nothing to lose by going all out against Brazil. This is an opportunity for revenge for the Serbians since Brazil ultimately sent them home in 2018. Serbian captain Dusan Tadic is optimistic about their chances he had this to say when talking to the media, “We have a tough group with strong teams and excellent players, but that’s why we play the game,” he said. “We want to be there and compete with the best – we can’t wait. I’m very confident, but I think the whole team and the whole country feel the same.”
A Chance For Serbia To Make National History
If they pull off the upset and get a draw or a win, you have to like their chances of winning against Cameroon or Switzerland. It would make Serbian history, to break out of the group stage for the first time. So look for this young Serbian roster with their national legend Dragan Stojkovic to leave everything on the pitch. Even if they don’t come out on top expect a hard-fought match from start to finish. Do you think Serbia has what it takes to win?
FIFA 2022 World Cup Brazil vs Serbia Predicted lineups
Predicted Brazil XI
- Thiago Silva
- Viniciusn Jr.
Predicted Serbia XI
- V. Milinkovic-Savic
- S. Mitrovic
- S. Milinkovic-Savic
- Brazil vs. Serbia spread: Brazil -1.5 (+130)
- Brazil vs. Serbia over/under: 2.5 goals
- Brazil vs. Serbia money line: Brazil -210; Serbia +550; Draw +333
Who are you picking to win? Brazil or Serbia?