The 30-year-old Everton centre-back was pivotal in shutting out the world and European champions in a friendly meeting in November 2011 and he is determined to claim another important result when the five-time World Cup winners Brazil travel to Wembley.
"This is a high-stakes game," he told reporters. "That Spain game wasn't make-or-break but because we won and kept a clean sheet it turned into a massive positive.
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The likes of both Ronaldinho and Neymar have been named in Luiz Felipe Scolari's first squad of his second spell as Brazil coach.
Ronaldinho, 32, and Neymar, who turns 21 on Tuesday, both find themselves on the opposite ends of the international experience spectrum, though the latter is rather an enigma for many of the England squad.
"I don't know a lot about Neymar," Jagielka admitted. "We don't see a lot of footage. He plays in Brazil so it is tough for us but we have video analysis people when we meet up with England and they will have plenty of footage for us to review.
"They will pick out his good points and bad ones. I am sure the good points will be going on for hours."