Brazil vs Senegal Live: Brazil vs Senegal Live Stream watch, Senegal vs Brazil 2019 International Friendly Match Date: Thursday, 10 October Kick-off at 19:45 UK /. Brazil will be taking on Senegal for the first time on Thursday afternoon as the South American champions meet the World Cup fan favourites. Brazil vs Senegal predictions ahead of this clash in Singapore on Thursday afternoon.What is the form of Brazil as compared to Senegal? After staging a domineering campaign to win the 2019 Copa America, International Match Brazil vs Senegal
Brazil will be taking on Senegal for the first time on Thursday afternoon as the South American champions meet the World Cup fan favourites. This will be the first match for Senegal since their 1-0 loss against Algeria in the African Cup final where they had an impressive run and the team have won eight of their last ten matches.
They also made a big impact in the 2018 World Cup with their team spirit and strong attack which was evident when they beat Lewadowski’s Poland 2-1. They were were the first team in World Cup history to be eliminated by the fair play criteria after accumulating more bookings than Japan, who had the same amount of points in their group. Brazil failed to build on their summer Copa America in two disappointing matches recently when they drew 2-2 against Colombia and were defeated 1-0 by Peru, ending their 17 match unbeaten run.Two of Liverpool’s front three line up on opposing sides when Brazil take on Senegal on Thursday.
Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane represent their respective nations in Singapore with Liverpool’s campaign on hold until 20 October – when they travel to Manchester United. Since the summer’s Copa America success, Brazil have seen their 17-game unbeaten run come to an end following defeat to Peru in September. Senegal meanwhile are still dusting themselves off after their Africa Cup of Nations final heartbreak. In addition to Firmino and Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Cheikhou Kouyate and Richarlison are the other Premier League names in line to feature.
Alisson Becker has remained on Merseyside as he nears his return to club action with Juventus full-back Danilo withdrawing from the squad earlier this month due to injury. Renan Lodi is in line to make his international debut after an impressive start to the season with Atletico Madrid. Senegal coach Aliou Cisse has recalled Pape Djibril Diaw, Racine Coly, Sidy Sarr, Mamadou Loum Ndiaye, Famara Diédhiou and Habib Diallo to his squad.
Possible Brazil starting lineup: Ederson; Alves, Thiago Silva, Militao, Lodi; Arthur, Casemiro, Coutinho; Richarlison, Firmino, Neymar Possible Senegal starting lineup: Gomis; Gassana, Koulibaly, Sane, Wague; N’Diaye, Gueye, Kouyate; Sarr, Mane, Balde Brazil take on Senegal in Singapore on Thursday looking to get back to winning ways after their poor performances during the September international break. Meanwhile, Senegal are playing their first senior fixture since losing to Algeria in the Africa Cup of Nations final back in July.While Tite was naturally delighted with Brazil’s Copa America campaign during the summer, he has since realised that there is much work to be done with his squad after their recent two matches.
Despite a 2-2 draw with Colombia being respectable enough, the one-goal defeat to Peru came as a surprise, especially having thrashed the same opponents by a 5-0 scoreline less than three months earlier. Tite had made numerous changes to his starting lineup, with Neymar only being named on the substitutes’ bench, but the Selecao boss would have been bitterly disappointed to see his team’s 17-game unbeaten streak come to an end in such circumstances. The main priority over the next five weeks is to defeat Argentina in Saudi Arabia on November 15, but Tite will reiterate to his squad that there are still plenty of places up for grabs ahead of that showdown.
Senegal boss Aliou Cisse has also publicly declared that he is keen to bring new faces into the national setup, with five of the players involved in this group having earned two caps or less. That decision is a response to missing out on Africa Cup of Nations glory during the summer, while Cisse already has eyes on developing a squad ahead of the 2021 staging of the tournament.
The qualification period begins next month with a clash against Congo, and Cisse will likely use this fixture to assess which players are ready to play a significant part in that game. Nevertheless, history and the sense of occasion will not be lost on Cisse as his nation goes head-to-head with the five-time world champions for the first time.