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WORLD CUP 2022 :- Brazil vs South Korea Preview, Line Up, Match Info


Giants Brazil take the field today for the pre-quarter match of the World Cup.  The Canaries will face South Korea at 974 Stadium at 12.30 midnight.

   Aiming for the sixth title, Tite and his team aim to prove their strength with a win today.  It is exciting news for the fans that superstar Neymar Jr., who was out of the last 2 matches due to injury, will be with the team in today's match.

   In the absence of Neymar, Brazil has not been able to produce significant results in the last two matches.  Therefore, there is no doubt that the arrival of the star will add energy to the Brazil camp.  On the other hand, the arrival of South Korea defeated strong Portugal in the last match.  They are sure to show their confidence in today's match as well.  Korea will respond to Brazil's possession game with a counterattack.  However, they won't be able to beat Brazil the way they beat Portugal.  If the coup takes place, it will be history.  It's all very unlikely anyway.  However, it cannot be ruled out.

   The winners of today's match will face the winners of the Croatia-Japan match in the quarter-finals.  Brazil is currently the most likely team to win the title.  Let's wait and see if they can maintain this potential... or if South Korea will be a challenge for Brazil.


Brazil         :- 78%

South Korea  :- 7%

Draw              :- 15%


Date:- 6/12/2022

Time:- 12.30 AM (IST)

Venue:- Stadium 974- Ras Abu Aboud


1) This will be the eighth meeting between Brazil and the Korean Republic and the first competitive meeting between the two sides.  Brazil has won six of their last seven matches (L1), most recently a 5-1 victory in June.

 2) Korea Republic has yet to beat a South American team at the World Cup, drawing twice and losing four times.

3) Brazil has lost four of their last 10 matches at the World Cup (W5 D1) - their previous four defeats in the competition spanned 36 matches (W26 D6).

4) This was the Korea Republic's first appearance in the knockout stages of the World Cup in 2010, after defeating Uruguay in the Round of 16 (1-2).  That victory over Italy in the round of 16 in 2002 saw them win just one of their five games beyond the group stage (D1 L3).

5) Brazil has progressed from their last seven round of 16 matches at the World Cup, failing to win just once during that run, advancing on penalties against Chile in 2014.  Their last appearance at this stage was against Argentina in 1990.