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Brazil vs El Salvador: TV channel, live stream, squad news & preview

21:29 GMT+3 11/09/2018
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Richarlison is set to be handed his full debut for the Selecao as Tite re-jigs his squad, leaving the likes of Neymar and Casemiro on the bench

Brazil will face El Salvador to conclude their international break at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland on Tuesday, with the Selecao buoyed by their 2-0 victory over the US National Team.

Tite will name a re-jigged lineup in keeping with his intentions to rest certain squad players while handing a full debut to Everton starlet Richarlison after he earned his first call-up to the senior team.

The likes of Alisson, Roberto Firmino and Casemiro are all also expected to be rested, while goalkeeper Neto is also due to earn his first Brazil cap after eight years and 25 matches with the side.

Game Brazil v El Salvador
Date Tuesday, September 11
Time 1:30am BST / 8:30pm EST

TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch

In the United States (US), the game will be shown on beIN Sports and livestreamed through beIN Sports CONNECT.

US TV channel Online stream
beIN Sports beIN Sports CONNECT


UK TV channel Online stream

Squads & Team News

Position Brazil players
Goalkeepers Alisson, Hugo, Neto
Defenders Sandro, Dede, Fabinho, Fagner, Felipe, Filipe Luis, Marquinhos, Silva, Militao
Midfielders Pereira, Melo, Casemiro, Fred, Paqueta, Coutinho, Augusto, Willian
Forwards Costa, Everton, Firmino, Neymar, Pedro, Richarlison

Richarlison and Arthur are both in line to start for Brazil, with the Everton forward replacing Roberto Firmino. Fred will drop to the bench while Eder Militao will earn his first international cap at right-back.

Neto will also finally make his debut for the international side, following eight years with the national team. 

Potential Brazi XI: Neto; Sandro, Marquinhos, Silva, Dede, Militao; Casemiro, Arthur, Coutinho; Costa, Neymar, Richarlison.

Position El Salvador players
Goalkeepers Hernandez, Carabantes
Defenders Garcia, Dominguez, Castro, Mendoza, Renderos, Barahona, Tamacas
Midfielders Orellana, Baires, Pienda, Alas, Alvarez, Sosa, Flores, Ceren, Alfaro, Coca
Forwards Diaz, Corea, Ramirez, Rivas

El Salvador boss Carlos De Los Cobos is poised to name a similar lineup to the one that defeated Montserrat a few days ago, with Oscar Ceren – who struck twice – expected to lead the line.

Potential El Salvador XI: Hernandez; Dominguez, Mendoza, Barahona, Tamacas; Alfaro, Baires, Ceren, Pineda; Coca, Diaz.

Betting & Match Odds

Brazil are favourites to win at odds of 1/25 according to bet 365, while a draw is available at 14/1. A win for underdogs El Salvador is up for 25/1.

Click here to see all of bet 365's offers for the game, including goalscoring markets, correct score predictions and more.

Match Preview

Brazil will be looking to round off the international break on a high after defeating the USMNT 2-0 at the MetLife Stadium in what was their first outing since their World Cup exit to Belgium.

A win against El Salvador will further encourage them ahead of plans to prepare for the Copa America, though Tite will give opportunity for new talent, resting a number of their big names.

There is good news for Liverpool fans as the Merseyside-residing trio of Alisson, Firmino and Fabinho will all be left out of the XI, allowing the internationals to be given a rest ahead of a crucial Premier League game against Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley on Saturday.

Firmino's absence in the starting lineup will give Richarlison to make a mark up front, earning a call up to the national team after impressing for Everton, scoring three goals in his opening three fixtures, and is set to be handed his full debut by Tite.

El Salvador also look to be a confident side going into the clash despite being heavy underdogs against Brazil, having beaten Montserrat 1-2 in their CONCACAF Nationals League Qualifier over the weekend.