Brazil probable starting line-up x Iraq 7 August 2016

August 7, 2016 at 12:07 Leave a comment

Gabriel Jesus and that miss vs South Africa












Brazil take on Iraq on Sunday evening hoping to improve on their lacklustre performance in the 0-0 draw with South Africa. Despite the disappointment, Rogério Micale is expected to field the same starting line-up.
Brazil need a convincing win or they’ll be in for more boos in the Mané Garrincha.
Iraq drew their opener 0-0 with Denmark.
See the Brazil squad in full here
Date: 7 August 2016
Kick-off: 22:00 (Brasilia) 02:00 (London)
Venue: Estádio Mané Garrincha, Brasília
Brazil (probable): Weverton, Zeca, Marquinhos, Rodrigo Caio, Douglas Santos, Thiago Maia, Renato Augusto, Felipe Anderson, Gabriel Barbosa, Gabriel Jesus, Neymar
Coach: Rogério Micale
Iraq (possible): Hameed, Khalaf, Nadhim, Adnan, Ismail, Ali Husni, Tariq, Abdulameer, Attwan, Ahmad, Kareem
Coach: Abdul Ghani
Officials: Ovidiu Hategan, Octavian Sovre, Sebastian Gheorghe (All Romania)

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