Brazil VS Chile World Cup CONMEBOL LIVE Football Score 3 Sept 2021
NAME: Chile – Brazil
DATE: 3 Sept 2021
TIME: 01:00 UTC
VENUE: Nacional, Santiago, Chile
Chile is going head to head with Brazil starting on 3 Sept 2021 at 01:00 UTC at Nacional stadium, Santiago city, Chile. The match is a part of the World Cup Qualification, CONMEBOL.
Chile played against Brazil in 2 matches this season. Currently, Chile rank 7th, while Brazil hold 1st position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? Site rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.
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Brazil will attempt to make it seven wins from seven in World Cup qualifying when they head to Chile.
Tite’s Copa America finalists are top of the group and look set to comfortably reach Qatar 2022, though they will want to show a strength in depth this week if they are forced to play without their Premier League stars, as is currently set to be the case.
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Chile have work to do to ensure they finish in the top four in Conmebol qualifying – or at least in fifth, which is a play-off spot – as they have won just one of their six games so far and sit seventh in the group
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Brazil are without the injured Roberto Firmino, while Ederson, Thiago Silva, Fred and Raphinha are among the Premier League-based players who have so far not been allowed to travel. Claudinho, Guilherme Arana and new Atletico Madrid signing Matheus Cunha are all involved and looking for their first senior caps after starring at the Tokyo Olympics, where Brazil won gold.
Chile are again likely to turn to their veterans including Arturo Vidal, who missed the last round of qualifiers, Claudio Bravo and Edu Vargas. Blackburn’s Ben Brereton and Watford’s Francisco Sierralta are both in the squad.