The match between Brazil and Guinea will take place at Espanyol’s RCDE Stadium on Saturday. Brazil’s national team, also known as Selecao, reached the quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup but were eliminated by Croatia in a penalty shootout. Since then, they have been without a permanent manager, as their last game under Tite’s leadership was that quarter-final match.
Here is all the information you need to know about watching the international friendly match between Brazil and Guinea, including the kick-off time and team news.
Brazil vs Guinea Live streaming:
Kickoff time: 3:30 p.m ET, Saturday, June 17
Venue: RCDE Stadium, Barcelona
TV Network: None
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Brazil team updates
Due to the absence of Emerson Royal and Andrey Santos, Vanderson may start at right back, while Bruno Guimaraes ought to take the place of Raphael Veiga, Joelinton, or Andre. Andre may also come off the bench. An attack that bypasses the injured Neymar may have Rodrygo going to the right with Richarlison or Pedro and going through the middle.
Currently, Brazil is being managed by interim manager Ramon Menezes, who is also the nation’s U20 head coach. Under Menezes, Brazil recently suffered a 2-1 loss to Morocco in one of three consecutive friendly games. After facing Guinea, they will play against Senegal on June 20.
On the other hand, Guinea’s national team recently experienced a 2-1 defeat against Egypt in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. Coach Kaba Diawara will utilize the match against Brazil as preparation for their upcoming clash with Malawi in September. Guinea only needs a single point in that match to secure their place in the Afcon finals.
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Guinea team news
Diawara may offer a few tired legs some rest after enduring the full 90 against Egypt just a couple of days ago, but will still look to field a competitive XI against one of the most formidable sides in the world.
Midfielder Naby Keita is likely to be handed the captain’s armband.
Given Mouctar Diakhaby‘s knock against Egypt, Mohamed Camara may get the nod in defense, while Jose Kante starts up front.
Guinea possible XI: Kone; A. Conte, Sow, M. Camara, I. Sylla; Diawara, Moriba; Guilavogui, N. Keita, Kamano; Kante.