Brazil are one of the favourites to win the tournament this year and they have a strong squad with a number of talented players. The South Americans beat the Dominican Republic 6-0 before sealing a place in the knockout stage with a 2-0 win against Nigeria.
On the other hand, Tunisia are the surprise package in the tournament and have qualified from the group stage as one of the four best third-placed teams..
This is a match that could go either way. Brazil are the favourites, but Tunisia are a dangerous team and should not be underestimated. Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.
Brazil vs Tunisia kick-off time
|Date:||May 31, 2023|
|Kick-off time:||1.30pm EDT|
|Venue:||Estadio Unico Diego Armando Maradona|
The U20 World Cup Round of 16 fixture between Brazil and Tunisia will be played on Wednesday, May 31, at the Estadio Unico Diego Armando Maradona in La Plata. Kick-off is at 1.30pm EDT for fans in the US.
How to watch Brazil vs Tunisia online - TV channels & live streams
The game will be shown on fubo and FOX in the United States. The highlights of the game will also be made available on these platforms and their social media channels after the full-time whistle.
Team news & squads
Brazil team news
There are no injury issues reported from the Brazil camp ahead of their crucial fixture against Tunisia.
Brazil U20 coach Ramon Menezes announced a squad of 21 players who will compete in the 2023 U20 World Cup in Argentina.
The squad is missing two of its star players, Endrick and Vitor Roque, who are both playing for their clubs in Brazil. However, the squad still has a number of talented players, including Chelsea's new signing, 18-year-old Andrey Santos.
|Goalkeepers:||Mycael, Kaique, Santos|
|Defenders:||Arthur, Pedroso, Renan, Kaiki, Mendes, Dhominique|
|Midfielders:||Santos, Gomes, Martins, Ronald, Savio|
|Forwards:||Giovani, Leonardo, Biro, Marquinhos, Giovane, Kevin, Nascimento|
Tunisia team news
Tunisia have no fresh injury concerns to deal with ahead of their important knockout fixture against Brazil on Wednesday.
Lyon midfielder Chaim El Djebali, along with Mahmoud Ghorbel and Youssef Snana, scored for Tunisia in their only win of the tournament so far against Iraq. They will be hoping to strike against the Brazilians to cause a shock result in the mid-week fixture.
|Goalkeepers:||Gazzeh, Zouaghi, Arfaoui|
|Defenders:||Ghorbel, Sassi, Abed, Bouchniba, Nasraoui, Saoudi|
|Midfielders:||Ouahabi, El Djebali, Dridi, Derbali, Chouchane, Mehri|
|Forwards:||Snana, Garreb, Aouani, Dhaoui, Yacoub, Othman|
Brazil have not faced Tunisia in the U20 category in the past and the Round of 16 fixture on Wednesday is set to be the first meeting between these two teams.