Brazil Under-20s x Cuba probable starting line-up Pan-American games 21 October 2011

October 21, 2011 at 16:28 Leave a comment

Brazil go in search of a win against Cuba

Brazil’s U-20s are in action again this evening when they take on Cuba in the Estádio Omnilife in Guadalajara. Brazil go into their Group B match after drawing 1-1 with Argentina earlier this week. Cuba lost their opener 1-0 to Costa Rica.
Brazil coach Ney Franco’s team are without their captain, Romário, who was sent off vs Argentina. Flamengo’s Frauches is expected to fill in.
Brazil (probable): César, Madson, Luccas Claro, Frauches, Henrique Miranda, Lucas Zen, Misael, Felipe Anderson, Lucas Patinho (Cidinho), Rafael (Felipe Amorim), Henrique
Coach: Ney Franco
Cuba: Cooper, Hernandez, Macias, Malblanche, Aira, Cordoves, Chang, Francisco, Castellanos, Diz, Salazar.
Date: 21/10/2011
Kick-off: 20:00 (Brasília), 23:00 (London)
Venue: Estádio Omnilife in Guadalajara, Mexico
See the Brazil squad in full here


Entry filed under: Brazil squad, Brazil Under 20s.

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