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Brazil set for changes in key World Cup game for Chile

10 Octubre 2017

Brazil pair Miranda and Gabriel Jesus say that Argentina's World Cup qualifying predicament will not enter their minds when they face Chile on Tuesday evening. Brazil has already secured a place in the next World Cup while Chile is still looking to clinch a possible direct ticket to Russia.

Brazil has been the only team in the CONMEBOL region that has been above and beyond the competition.

"I'm nervous, but I have every confidence in my team and my teammates".

It comes close to a decade after Ederson, then 15, had his heart broken. We just have to play the way we know.

Let's all hope the Manchester City goalkeeper doesn't read the article, or he may be in tears by lunchtime. I was there in my corner for a month.

Brazil face Chile tonight and for the 24-year-old Manchester City goalkeeper from São Paulo State, it will be a landmark moment after he fought back from rejection to make it at the highest level of football.

Vidal, who is back with his club in Munich, said he would probably watch the game "on TV or on the internet" but added: "I might not even watch it - because when I do, I suffer a lot more".

"We don't think of an agreement not to attack, " Bravo said. "Our aim is to continue to create history". He confirmed that defender Marquinhos, who will replace the injured Thiago Silva, will be the captain for the clash against the desperate Chileans in Sao Paulo.

Team Chile is included in the expanded pool of applicants for participation in the world championship.

The price of 19/20 (1.95) for under 2.5 goals looks appealing and this bet has paid out in each of the last three meetings between the two sides. "And it won't change now".

Chile have disappointed away from home in qualifying, however, and failed to score in their other two trips against CONMEBOL's current top four (Uruguay and Colombia), a streak they'll find hard to break at Allianz Parque. "Entrega Brasil", which means "Give it away Brazil" in Portuguese, has been one of the most mentioned lines by Brazilians on Twitter since last week.

Brazil set for changes in key World Cup game for Chile