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La Seleccao will be without keeper Julio Cesar for the last fixture before their South Africa campaign begins

The Brazil World Cup squad arrived in Dar Es Salaam on Sunday to take on Tanzania in their last friendly before their campaign kicks-off against North Korea on the 15th June. Portugal and Ivory Coast are Brazil's other obstacles in what has been dubbed this tournament's 'Group of Death'.

The side, coached by Dunga, will be without first-choice goalkeeper Julio Cesar. The Inter number one decided to remain at the team's base in Johannesburg to continue physiotherapy and training after suffering a back injury.

On arrival in Tanzania the squad kept their distance from media and fans waiting to greet them as they descended from the plane. Tight security measures around the airport meant that only a handful of photographers and correspondents from Brazil had the opportunity to approach the players and staff.

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