All 60 Brazil players called up by Tite

On Friday the Selecao boss will announce his penultimate squad before next year's World Cup, so BGT thought we'd remind you of everyone picked so far

On Friday Brazil coach Tite will announce his penultimate squad before settling on te final 23 that will go to Russia in search of a sixth World Cup crown in June.

With a settled, consistent squad since his arrival in June 2016, few surprises are expected when he sits down to reveal his latest squad at CBF headquarters in Rio this month.

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Around 80% of his panel looks to have already been decided, but with the coach desperate to continue experimenting and evolving ahead of Russia 2018, he may well include some wildcards once again after Arthur, Fred and Diego Tardelli earned unexpected call-ups last month.

Tite has now selected 60 players in total since his arrival, though a significant portion of those were called for just one match restricted to domestic-based players only, when Brazil hosted Colombia in a January fundraiser for victims of the Chapecoense air disaster.

All 60 players called up by Tite

Below we list all 60 names already called by Tite:

Goalkeepers: Alisson, Weverton, Ederson, Alex Muralha, Cassio, Diego Alves, Marcelo Grohe, Danilo Fernandes.

Centre-backs: Marquinhos, Miranda, Thiago Silva, Gil, Rodrigo Caio, Jemerson, David Luiz, Geromel, Luan, Victor Hugo.

Full-backs: Fagner, Daniel Alves, Danilo, Rafinha, Marcos Rocha, Mariano, Filipe Luis, Marcelo, Alex Sandro, Fabio Santos, Jorge, Wendell.

Defensive midfielders: Paulinho, Casemiro, Fernandinho, Rafael Carioca, Henrique, Walace, Willian Arao, Arthur.

Midfielders: Renato Augusto, Coutinho, Willian, Giuliano, Lucas Lima, Diego, Rodriguinho, Oscar, Gustavo Scarpa, Camilo, Fred.

Forwards: Gabriel Jesus, Neymar, Douglas Costa, Roberto Firmino,Taison, Diego Souza, Gabigol, Dudu, Robinho, Luan, Diego Tardelli.

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