Brazil vs Serbia FIFA World Cup Live Score 24/11/2022

Brazil vs Serbia FIFA World Cup Live Score 24/11/2022

With four matches being played each day during the group stage over a 12-day period, football fans are being spoilt with the amount of football on show. With the two meeting in the group stage, they will be hoping that they can finish first so that they have an easier run in the knockout rounds. The World Cup is always a very exciting sporting tournament, and millions will be tuning in to see who lifts the trophy in mid-December 2022. Brazil are no strangers when it comes to winning the World Cup as they have won it five times in the past; however, they have not won it in two decades. Their last World Cup win was in 2002, so they will be wanting to lift the trophy again. With Serbia and Brazil meeting each other in Group G, the two sides are some of the last to play their first game at the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

Brazil will play Serbia on the fifth day of the tournament. They will meet on Thursday 24th November and kick-off is at 7 PM GMT. For those who want to watch the game at home, they can do so via Freeview TV. The two sides should understand that their group is not easy as the other two sides are Switzerland and Cameroon. Therefore they both will want to start their World Cup with a win to ease the pressure. Both these sides actually met at the 2018 World Cup in Russia. During this tournament, they met each other in the group stages and Brazil came out on top as they won 1-0.

Brazil have been crowned champions of the world five times in their illustrious history and will start their quest for a sixth title against Serbia. The Selecao have a squad packed full of talent and head to Qatar off the back of seven consecutive wins. Tite has picked his squad and there is plenty of Premier League representation, with the likes of Thiago Silva, Gabriel Martinelli, Lucas Paqueta, Casemiro and Bruno Guimaraes all included. Brazil always play great football and you wouldn’t be surprised if they made it all the way to the final if they start well against Serbia. The Eastern European side are led by Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrovic and finished above Portugal in their qualifying group.

The favorites to lift the World Cup begin their campaign against European opposition and the five-time champions should start with a win Brazil and Serbia open up the tournament in a Group G showdown scheduled to take place on Nov. 24 at Lusail Stadium. Brazil will look to solidify its number one FIFA ranking with a dominant showing in the 2022 World Cup. The star-studded roster features some of the top players in the world at every position on the pitch. From younger stars like Antony and Rodrygo to more seasoned veterans like Thiago Silva and Neymar, there is no shortage of skill and experience for head coach Tite to utilize. Serbia have high hopes of advancing to the round of 16 for the first time since 1998, despite drawing such a tough group.

The “Eagles” will lean on Fulham’s 28-year-old striker, Aleksander Mitrović, the team’s all-time top goal scorer. Mitrović will look to continue the stellar form he has showcased this season in the English Premier League. While Brazil is favored by a sizeable margin, there is still value in some bets, such as the over, and for both teams to score. With this being the first match of the 2022 World Cup for both sides, you can expect nerves and adrenaline to rush through every man on the pitch. For this reason, it may take some time to see our first goal, but eventually, the over has a high chance of hitting. Brazil will be on a mission this World Cup after coming up short in the past four tournaments. This year’s team features far too much talent for it not to dominate, even high-quality teams like Serbia.

For Serbia, Brazil’s relentless attack will simply be too much to contain. With the talent Brazil employs on either wing, Serbian goalkeeper, Marko Dmitrović, will surely have a long day ahead of him. While Serbia scoring won’t be a sure thing, Mitrović finding a goal is never out of the question. Brazil’s defense is stern, but the 6’2 striker may be good for a late header in this one.

Event details:
NAME: Brazil – Serbia
DATE: 24 Nov 2022
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail, Qatar


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