Brazil will also play Chile in yet another warm-up to the Confederations Cup.The footy friendly will happen on April 24 at the renovated Mineirao in Belo Horizonte.Brazil take on Chile this week looking to back up a superb 4-0 away win in Bolivia in their last game, which saw them recover from a poor run of form, drawing matches and losing in their last fixtures. The giant piece of team news for Brazil is the inclusion of legend Ronaldinho in to the squad, which means if you’re betting online for this match, receive a bet on Brazil with Unibet before the odds shorten further.Neymar is likely to retain his place in the side, as speculation over a feasible move away from Brazil for the superstar continues to grow on a every week basis with Barcelona the favorites to sign him from Santos. Gifted defender Dede, who has been linked with Manchester United and Liverpool, will also play and is likely to start in the midst of the defense. Brazil will be looking for a marked improvement in the defense of their side, which has been an unfamiliar weakness to the team over their last six games; they have conceded eight goals with defeats to England and Argentina.
It is the final chance for the players to impress coach Luis Felipe Scolari ahead of the Confederations Cup this summer and he is expecting the side to back up that solid win over Bolivia. Looks like Scolari ended up along with his “competitive” footy friendlies as the coach hopes to guide Brazil’s national team to yet another World Cup title, this time on home soil.Friendly matches stay against a host of quality sides including France (March 21), Russia (March 25), England (June two), France (June 9) and Sweden (August 14) coupled with the Confederations Cup to be staged by the 2014 World Cup hosts in June.Chile beating Brazil would be a major upset, but the performances from their team stands the footballing nation in lovely stead for the approaching years. France seldom looked on top until David Villa amazingly taken first hard work kind of took the wind out of Chile sails, with an additional (not) red card damaged their chances against a top side. Still, they weren’t pushed over, losing by a respectable score.It is hard to look past a Brazil victory though, they have looked comfortable in their games thus far. I would expect Luis Fabiano to increase his scoring tally some time in this competition, and i don’t see a submission in this side synonymous with the trials of years ago. Brazil can play on the counter assault if needs be.Juan opened the scoring with a powerful header & Luis Fabiano slotted in to an empty net to finish off an attacking move of deadly precision as Brazil took another step towards a sixth World Cup title.A exact right-foot finish from the fringe of the area saw Robinho, who had a later hard work ruled out for offside, open his account at the match in the second half.Brazil boss Dunga has been heavily criticized back home for constructing a team that values efficiency ahead of flair, but his side controlled the large majority of the match & were comfortable winners.
Brazil vs Chile Live Friendly Match 2013
Friendly League Match
Date: 24 April 2013 | 24-04-2013
Time: 12:00 | 04:00 | 9:00 PM EST
Venue: Estádio Governador Magalhães
Pinto — Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais
Brazil and Chile teams squads and expected players probables line-ups details list here below.
Brazil Probables Line-Ups:
Juan, 34 Luis Fabiano, 38 Robinho, 59 Brazil 01 Julio Cesar 02 Maicon 03 Lucio Captain 04 Juan 06 Michel Bastos 13 Daniel 08 Silva 10 Kaka Yellow card (Kleberson, 81) 18 Ramires Yellow card 09 Luis Fabiano (Nilmar, 76) 11 Robinho (Gilberto, 85)
Chile Probables Line-ups:
01 Bravo Captain 02 Fuentes Yellow card 04 Isla (Rodrigo Millar, 62 Yellow card) 05 Contreras (Tello, 46) 18 Jara 06 Carmona 08 Vidal Yellow card 11 Gonzalez (Valdivia, 46) 07 Sanchez 09 Suazo 15 Beausejour
Brazil vs Chile match become special in Friendly league. we hope all the best for both teams. our fans and mostly soccer lovers says Brazil become winner of this match by 2-0 goals.so must watch live game for who will win the match.