The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) have confirmed the date and time for the next set up call-ups ahead of World Cup qualifiers with Uruguay and Paraguay
Brazil coach Dunga will name his squad for the next round of World Cup qualifiers on March 3, the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has confirmed.
The five-time world champions host Uruguay on March 25 before travelling to Asuncion to clash with Paraguay on March 29.
Dunga will announce his squad at CBF headquarters in Rio de Janeiro at 11am local time.
"The players will gather on March 21 to being training at the Granja Comary training complex,” CBF technical coordinator, Gilmar Rinaldi confirmed after meeting with Dunga this week to formalise the logistics of the back-to-back internationals.
In the coming days, CBF will announce the full schedule of training and all the plans of travel to Recife and Asuncion, the locations of the two matches.
The Selecao will face Uruguay at the Arena Pernambuco, at 21:45 local time, for the fifth round of World Cup qualifying before heading to the Estadio Defensores del Chaco in Asuncion to play Paraguay at 20:45 local time.
Brazil sit third in Conmebol’s 10-team group after two victories, one draw, and one defeat from their first four matches.