Preview - Brazil v Chile
Tomorrow evening see’s another South American clash with Brazil playing host to Chile in Toronto.
Brazil are looking to carry on their brilliant run of form, to sixteen games unbeaten after wins over, Honduras, Australia, South Korea and Zambia.
Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has no new injury worries after his team run riot in Miami on Saturday.
Saturday saw Bernard, Hulk, Dante get on the scoresheet, alongside Willian and Robinho who were seen for the first time since 2011 in a Yellow jersey.
Brazil will be coming up against one of the most feared forwards in all of world football at the minute in the shape of Alexis Sanchez.
Sanchez has scored 10 goals in 10 games, half of which have come in three games, and scored both goals in his teams 2-0 win over England at Wembley on Friday.
Chile come into this tie on a run of form which sees them unbeaten in 10 games.
Sanchez spoke to the Daily Mail after the win on Friday about the World Cup in 2014 and had this to say: “We have to believe that Chile have a chance. It is not a home tournament but we must take advantage of it being in South America,"
“We will not have to adjust to the conditions as much as other nations."
The last eight times the two sides have met, it has produced at least three goals, with the Seleção scoring three in all but one encounter, so fans will be in for treat if the game goes true to form.
Brasil v Chile will be played at the Rogers Centre, Toronto and will be played 1:30am UK time.