In turn the second match in 2022 World Cup qualifiers in South America, Brazil will host in the Estadio do Morumbi Venezeula in Sao Paulo. Teachers coach Tite has strong start with two fairly easy victory before Peru and Bolivia. "Teams green gold" has scored 9 goals and conceded only 2 times, a remarkable achievement for any team does.
Brazil's favorable start in 2022 World Cup qualifying
In contrast to Brazil, Venezuela Tel begin World Cup qualifying campaign can not be worse. They lost to Colombia 0-3 in the day for troops and defeat with the score 0-1 before Paraguay's minimum weekly auction in advance. With the quality of the current squad, the above results are not too surprising.
If you just look at the numbers listed above, everyone thought that Brazil will easily win this match. However, reality is not like that especially when coach Tite is a headache on personnel matters. Brazil not served by star Neymar. Striker playing for PSG injury and can only be played back in Uruguay next week.
In midfield, the coach Tite also worries multiplied when Fabinho and Casemiro both can not match. Fabinho serious injury, while Casemiro Covid-19 infection. Therefore, players are playing for Aston Villa Luiz or Allan Douglas, Everton midfielder is likely to be used in this match.
Venezuela nearest whole lost 2 matches
According to latest information, defender Gabriel Menino has Covid-19 infection. This player for a negative result on Monday (9/11), but the positive result on Wednesday (11/11). It is more important that Merino had close contact with most of the team in Brazil.
Brazilian team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar present disclosure all the other players have had negative results with Covid-19. Gabriel Menino has been quarantined and other tests will be conducted before the whole team moving to Uruguay.
Though difficult but obviously in terms of force, Brazil still formidable. Plus, playing at home is an advantage too large and a victory for the "team green gold" is the result can be predicted in advance.
Predict the score: Brazil 3-1 Venezuela Tel
Brazil: Ederson; Danilo, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Renan Lodi; Luiz Douglas, Allan, Everton Ribeiro; Everton, Richarlison, Gabriel Jesus
Venezuela Tel: Farinez; Feltscher, Chancellor, Angel Rosales; Otero, Moreno, Rincon, Casseres, Machis; Rondon