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Tuesday, 14 November 2017
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England 0 Brazil 0 [0-0]

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Team Records
The Seleção Squad for the matches against England and Japan  November 2017
←Last Brazilian Squad that faced England (920) Next Brazilian Squad to face England (1052)
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Lobo Silva, Alex Sandro 26 January 1991 26 LB Juventus FC, Italy 10 0
Becker, Alisson Ramses 2 October 1992 25 G AS Roma, Italy 21 11ᵍᵃ
de Oliveira Augusto, Renato Soares 8 February 1988 29 M Běijīng Zhōnghè Guó'ān, China 26 5
Casemiro  23 February 1992 25 DM Real Madrid CF, Spain 19 0
Henrique Casimiro, Carlos
Ramos, Cássio 6 June 1987 30 G SC Corinthians Paulista 1 1ᵍᵃ
Costa de Souza, Douglas 14 September 1990 27 F Juventus FC, Italy, on loan from FC Bayern München, Germany 22 3
Coutinho Correia, Philippe 12 June 1992 25 AM Liverpool FC, England 31 8
da Silva, Daniel Alves 6 May 1983 34 RB Paris Saint-Germain FC, France 104 7
da Silva, Danilo Luiz 15 July 1991 26 RB Manchester City FC, England 16 0
Ribas da Cunha, Diego 28 February 1985 32 AM CR Flamengo 34 4
Santana de Moraes, Éderson 17 August 1993 24 G Manchester City FC, England 1 0ᵍᵃ
Fernandinho 4 May 1985 32 M Manchester City FC, England 40 2
Luiz Roza, Fernando
de Paula, Giuliano Victor 31 May 1990 27 AM Fenerbahçe SK, Turkey 14 0
de Jesus Nascimento, Jemerson 24 August 1992 25 CD AS de Monaco FC, France 2 0
Fernando de Jesus, Gabriel 3 April 1997 20 F Manchester City FC, England 12 8
Vieira da Silva Júnior, Marcelo 12 May 1988 29 LB Real Madrid CF, Spain 49 6
Marquinhos 14 May 1994 23 D Paris Saint-Germain FC, France 23 0
Aoás Corrêa, Marcos
de Souza Filho, João Miranda 7 September 1984 33 CD FC Internazionale Milano, Italy 42 1
da Silva Santos Júnior, Neymar 5 February 1992 25 F Paris Saint-Germain FC, France 82 53
25 July 1988 29 M FC Barcelona, Spain 45 11
 Bezerra Maciel Jónior, José Paulo
Barbosa de Oliveira, Roberto Firmino 2 October 1991 26 F Liverpool FC, England 17 5
Emiliano da Silva, Thiago 22 September 1984 33 CD Paris Saint-Germain FC, France 67 5
de Souza Andrade, Diego 17 June 1985 32 M Sport Club do Recife 7 2
Fredo, Taison Barcellos 17 Januay 1988 29 F FC Shakhtar Donetsk, Ukraine 5 1
Borges da Silva, Willian 9 August 1988 29 AM Chelsea FC, England 52 8

Squad details correct up to and including Brazil's match against Chile on 10 October 2017.
Tallies and names provided by Andre do Nascimento Pereira and Dennis Wood


Friday, 20 October 2017 - Tite announces his 25-man squad for Brazil's November matches against Japan in France and England at Wembley. Manchester City have four players, Ederson, Danilo, Fernandinho and Gabriel Jesus.  Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino also feature, as does Chelsea's Willian. The surprise inclusion is Juventus' Douglas Costa, who has had an indifferent start to life in Serie A. Flamengo's Diego and Sport's Diego Souza feature, as does Shakhtar Donetsk schemer Taison, who has been in and out of the squad over the last year. Cassio retains the third goalkeeper spot, while Monacos Jemerson makes the cut. Filipe Luis is still not chosen, so Juventus' Alex Sandro will get another chance to impress.

Wednesday, 8 November
2017 - Willian
will become the fourteenth player to wear the Captain's armband under the current coach, Tite, leading a side with six changes when the Chevrolet Brasil Global Tour roles into Lille. Manchester City duo Danilo and Fernandinho, Monaco's Jemerson, PSG defender Thiago Silva and Fenerbahce midfielder Giuliano will also be handed rare opportunities to impress in the first-team. Coutinho was perhaps to be handed another chance in central midfield, but a thigh injury means Tite will have to wait until at least Tuesday's clash with England to once again try the Liverpool man in a deeper role. The six changes to Tite's preferred, settled XI mean first-team regulars Dani Alves, Marquinhos, Miranda, Paulinho, Renato Augusto and Coutinho will sit out in Lille. Roma's goalkeeper Alisson will return to the side after Ederson was handed a debut last month, but the latter may yet have another run out at Wembley. Tite had panned to field his strongest possible team against England, saving his experiments for the Japan game, but a flurry of injury drop-outs from the Three Lions squad this week may see him have a rethink. Diego Souza and Douglas Costa, desperate to impress and cement a role as permanent reserves ahead of the World Cup, will have to wait their chance, for now. Flamengo's Diego, meanwhile, has once again suffered injury problems but, after a scan yesterday at a Paris hospital, has remained with the squad so may yet see some action in London.

Brazil Form: last six games
W W D D W W  f 13:a 2   success: 83%
- 13 June 2017 - Australia 0 Brazil 4 [0-1]
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Diego Souza (2), Thiago SIlva, Taison Fr AW
- 31 August 2017 - Brazil 2 Ecuador 0 [0-0]
Arena do Grêmio, Porto Alegre
Paulinho, Coutinho WCP HW
- 5 September 2017 - Colombia 1 Brazil 1 [0-1]
Estádio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez, Barranquilla
- 5 October 2017 - Bolivia 0 Brazil 0 [0-0]
Estádio Hernando Siles, La Paz
- 10 October 2017 - Brazil 3 Chile 0 [0-0]
Allianz Parque, São Paulo
Paulinho, Gabriel Jesus (2) HW
- 10 November 2017 - Japan 1 Brazil 3 [0-3]
Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France
Neymar (pen), Marcelo, Gabriel Jesus