Brazil look to claim a third consecutive title on home soil but take on a Spain side who have won almost everything that there is to win at the Maracana on Sunday
Eight teams have been whittled down to two as the Maracana prepares to host the final of the Confederations Cup on Sunday.
Hosts Brazil are gunning for a third consecutive title in the warm-up tournament for next year's World Cup. They progressed from the semi-final thanks to Tottenham target Paulinho’s late winner against Uruguay on Wednesday.
They will take on reigning world and European champions Spain at the iconic stadium after La Roja secured passage to the final with an enthralling penalty shootout victory in Fortaleza on Thursday. Italy were the side narrowly edged out following a 0-0 stalemate in open play.
Both sides could make history as the Selecao aim for a hat-trick while Vicente del Bosque's men could complete their trophy collection but who will emerge triumphant?
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