Brazil vs Paraguay: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for World Cup qualifying clash

BRAZIL can use their World Cup qualifying clash with Paraguay tonight as a warm-up, considering they've already made it to Qatar 2022.

Their opponents are pretty much out of the running to qualify, however, and will also be using the game as a chance to restore some national pride.

  • Kick-off time: 12.30am
  • TV channel: Premier Sports


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    Fortress to conquer

    Brazil have won all six of their home games in qualifying.

    Phillipe Coutinho will be looking to take his form from his Aston Villa debut, helping them come from behind to draw against Man Utd, into this game.

    Brazil manager, Tite, will be treating these remaining games as an opportunity to get things right before the finals in Qatar.

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    Qatar or bust

    It is make or break for Paraguay tonight.

    Anything but a win would see them eliminated.

    If Peru beat Ecuador later, Paraguay's slim hopes of qualifying would be over.

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    Road to Qatar

    If other results don't go their way, Paraguay could be eliminated, even if they win.

    Captain and top goalscorer in qualifying, Gustavo Gomez, is suspended after getting sent off towards the end of their defeat to Uruguay.

    Paraguay are winless in their last six qualifiers without even scoring a goal.

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    Wind of change

    Brazil are expected to make a number of changes for the game.

    Emerson Royal and Eder Militao are both suspended.

    Neymar, Firmino and Richarlison are all out of contention due to injury.

    Dani Alves expected to play, winning his 121st cap.

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    Top of the pops

    Tonight Brazil host Paraguay in CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifying.

    Their last game against Ecuador certainly entertained.

    Alisson Becker was given his marching orders twice, only for the keeper to be saved himself on both occasions, by VAR.

    Despite having qualified, Brazil will want to ensure they keep top spot in the group ahead of Argentina.

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