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    Prediction England Vs Brazil: Final Preparation Toward the World Cup

    Monday, November 13, 2017, November 13, 2017 EDT Last Updated 2017-11-14T07:43:24Z
    Prediction England Vs Brazil
    London - England and Brazil will face each other in a friendly match at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday (14/11/2017). Both teams will take advantage of this fight as a final preparation before competing in the 2018 World Cup.

    Currently, England is in the best condition. Gareth Southgate's side have not lost their last five games in all competitions, with four wins and one draw.

    Trend good England team will be tested when facing Brazil. Because, Canarinho incised a slick record in the last six games, namely four wins and two draws.

    "Brazil has a very clear way of playing, some individuals have great abilities and physical, so it's a different challenge for us," England manager Gareth Southgate said.

    "As you would expect we will meet the best team in the world that has beaten all the teams in the 2018 World Cup qualifying zone of South America, which is the hardest way to the finals," he continued.

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    If you look at the record of the meeting, Brazil is superior to England. Of the last 10 games, the Brazilian national team won four wins, England won only one game, and five remaining parties ended in a draw.

    But in the last meeting, Brazil failed to beat England. In a friendly match held at Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho, June 3, 2013, Canarinho is only able to play 2-2 contra England.

    "Faced with England, we have to simulate the World Cup matches, because these are the two teams that have played in the World Cup finals.This is a preparation, I do not like to test players," said Brazil coach Tite.

    "This is a new stage of preparation, our performance at the stage of preparation is very important, and good performance is my need at this new stage," he continued.

    Faced with this match, the Brazilian national team can lose their best squad, including Philippe Coutinho who had missed the game against Japan, November 10, 2017.

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    Meanwhile, the England team still can not play the eight players core because still injured, namely Raheem Sterling, Dele Alli, Harry Kane, Harry Winks, Jordan Henderson, Fabian Delph, Jack Butland, and John Stones.

    Player's prediction:

    England (3-5-2): Joe Hart: Harry Maguire, John Stones, Gary Cahill; Kyle Walker, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Eric Dier, Jack Livermore, Ashley Young; Jamie Vardy, Marcus Rashford.

    Coach: Gareth Southgate (England)

    Brazil (4-3-3): Alisson; Dani Alves, Marquinhos, Miranda, Marcelo; Renato Augusto, Casemiro, Paulinho; Philippe Coutinho, Gabriel Jesus, Neymar.

    Coach: Tite (Brazil)

    Head to head both teams:

    03/06/13 Brazil 2 - 2 England (Friendship Game)
    07/02/13 United Kingdom 2 - 1 Brazil (Friendship Game)
    15/11/09 Brazil 1 - 0 England (Friendship Game)
    02/06/07 United Kingdom 1 - 1 Brazil (Friendship Game)
    21/06/02 United Kingdom 1 - 2 Brazil (World Cup 2002)
    Britain's last five games:

    02/09/17 Malta 0 - 4 England (World Cup Qualifying 2018)
    05/09/17 England 2 - 1 Slovakia (World Cup 2018 Qualifying)
    06/10/17 England 1 - Slovenia (Qualifying for the 2018 World Cup)
    08/10/17 Lithuanian 0 - 1 England (World Cup Qualification 2018)
    11/11/17 English 0 - 0 Germany (Friendship Game)
    Brazil's last five games:

    01/09/17 Brazil 2 - 0 Ecuador (World Cup 2018 Qualifying)
    06/09/17 Colombia 1 - 1 Brazil (World Cup 2018 Qualifying)
    06/10/17 Bolivia 0 - 0 Brazil (World Cup 2018 Qualifying)
    11/10/17 Brazil 3 - 0 Chile (World Cup 2018 Qualifying)
    10/11/17 Japan 1 - 3 Brazil (Friendship Game)
    Percentage wins: England 45 - 55 Brazil

    Source: Various sources


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