Brazil vs Serbia live: World Cup score, highlights, result from 2022 Group G match

Five-time World Cup winners Brazil will hope to extend their run of 15 unbeaten group matches as they take on Serbia in their Group G opener at Qatar’s Lusail Stadium.

Tite’s men have only lost three games since Belgium knocked them out of the 2018 World Cup quarterfinals, their most recent defeat coming all the way back in July 2021 in the Copa America final.

Tite is the first coach since Tele Santana in the 1980s to lead the Selecao into successive World Cups, and he has selected an attack-focused squad as he seeks to guide his country to a first World Cup title since 2002.

Serbia have never been beyond the group stage in their three World Cup finals appearances, and they are expected to battle it out with Switzerland and Cameroon for second place in Group G, assuming Brazil emerges as group winners.

The Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights for Brazil vs Serbia at the 2022 World Cup. Follow below for complete results from the Group G match in Qatar.

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Brazil vs. Serbia live score

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Projected lineups:

Brazil probable (4-1-4-1, right to left): 1. Alisson (GK) — 2. Danilo, 3. Silva, 4. Marquinhos, 6. Alex Sandro — 5. Casemiro — 11. Raphinha, 7. Paqueta, 10. Neymar, 20. Vinicius Jr — 9. Richarlison

Serbia probable (4-3-3, right to left): 1. Dmitrovic (GK) — 14. Zivkovic, 4. Milenkovic, 2. Pavlovic, 25. Mladenovic — 13. S. Mitrovic, 24. IIic, 8. Gudelj — 10. Tadic, 9. A. Mitrovic, 20. Milinkovic – Savic

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Brazil vs. Serbia live updates, highlights from the 2022 World Cup

1.5 hrs from kickoff: Need to make the case for Serbia? Only Memphis Depay and Harry Kane, who each nabbed 12, scored more goals than Aleksandar Mitrovic (8 in 8 games) in the main round of European qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, if you don’t count the play-offs.

And no player delivered more assists than Dusan Tadic (6 in 8 games).

2 hrs from kickoff: Another of Serbia’s national sides has a message for tonight’s underdogs.

2.5 hrs from kickoff: Inside Brazil’s dressing room…

3 hrs from kickoff: Some more numbers to illustrate the task facing Serbia and Brazil’s other group opponents…

Brazil are unbeaten in their last 15 World Cup group games, winning 12 of those matches and drawing three of them.

Their last defeat in the group phase was in 1998 against Norway, and they have topped their group in round one in every single World Cup since 1982, last failed to progress past this point in 1966.

3.5 hrs from kickoff: Since his debut at the FIFA World Cup in 2014, Neymar has been directly involved in 42% of Brazil’s 19 goals in the tournament (6 goals, 2 assists).

4 hrs from kickoff: “It took four years of total preparation, focus and hard work,” Brazil’s social media accounts declared yesterday. “Now our time has come.”

Their manager, Tite, will become the first coach to lead Brazil at back-to-back FIFA World Cups since Tele Santana in 1982 and 1986.

4.5 hrs from kickoff: Serbia are unbeaten in six matches since their 1-0 defeat at home to Norway on June 2, winning five times during that run.

They’ve won their last three games and scored 11 times along the way, thrashing Sweden 4-1 at home and gaining revenge with a 2-0 win in Norway in the UEFA Nations League before a 5-1 hammering of Bahrain six days ago .

5 hrs from kickoff: Hello, and welcome to it The Sporting News’ live coverage of the Group G clash between Brazil and Serbia. The favorites for the title finally get their challenge underway, and there is a lot of expectation on the Selecao. Let’s get started!

Brazil vs Serbia projected lineups

Photographs from a Brazil training session leaked by Marca suggested Vinicius Junior is primed for a starting berth against Serbia, who topped a qualifying group featuring Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal.

Raphinha is set to line up on the opposite flank, while it has been reported that the Manchester United midfielder Fred will be left on the bench.

Brazil probable (4-1-4-1, right to left): 1. Alisson (GK) — 2. Danilo, 3. Silva, 4. Marquinhos, 6. Alex Sandro — 5. Casemiro — 11. Raphinha, 7. Paqueta, 10. Neymar, 20. Vinicius Jr — 9. Richarlison

Serbia’s star forwards Alexander Mitrovic and Dusan Vlahovic suffered injuries earlier this season but have both returned to fitness. However, Juventus’ Filip Kostic is a doubt with unspecified muscular problems.

Serbia probable (4-3-3, right to left): 1. Dmitrovic (GK) — 14. Zivkovic, 4. Milenkovic, 2. Pavlovic, 25. Mladenovic — 13. S. Mitrovic, 24. IIic, 8. Gudelj — 10. Tadic, 9. A. Mitrovic, 20. Milinkovic – Savic

Brazil vs Serbia live stream, TV channel

Here’s how you can watch all the action in the major global territories.

DatesWith thatTV ChannelStreaming
USAThu, Nov. 2414:00 ETFOX, Telemundo fuboTV, Fox Sports app, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Peacock Premium
AustraliaFri, Nov. 2506:00 AEDTSBSSBS On Demand
UKThu, Nov. 1719:00 GMTBBC OneBBC Online, BBC iPlayer
CanadaThu, Nov. 1714:00 ESTTSN, CTVTSN app, CTV GO
Hong KongFri, Nov. 2503:00 HKTNow TV
IndiaFri, Nov. 2500:30 ISTSports18Voot, JioTV
MalaysiaFri, Nov. 2503:00 MYTAstro, RTMAstro Go, RTMKlik
New ZealandFri, Nov. 2508:00 NZDTSky SportsSky Go NZ
SingaporeFri, Nov. 2503:00 SGTMeWatch, Singtel, StarHub

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