One of the great rivalry in South Asian football as well as in World Football continues as Argentina takes on Brazil in an International friendly at King Saud University Stadium, Saudi Arabia. The match will be played on November 15.
- Match: Argentina vs Brazil
- Date/ Time: 15 November/ 5 pm GMT
- Venue: King Saud University Stadium, Saudi Arabia
Team Argentina will be boosted after the return of their duo Leo Messi and Sergio Aguero. Leo was back in the team after serving a three-months suspension following his harsh comments on officials during Copa America. Aguero was also named in the squad after missing previous matches.
On the other hand, the high-flying Brazilian side won’t leave any stone unturned to find a win against the arch rival. Last time these two team played was back in Copa America 2019 where Brazil had defeated Argentina 2-0 in their home soil. Brazil went on to win the Copa America 2019 after that.
Head to head
Argentina and Brazil had played total of 110 times with later emerging dominant over Argentina. Brazil had won 46 times whereas Argentina had won only 39 times. The remaining 25 matches had ended in draw.
Brazil vs. Argentina: TV channels and live stream information
The match will not be televised in the UK as it stands. However, for other countries, you can follow the match as follows:
beIN SPORTS Ñ
beIN SPORTS CONNECT [US]
Sport TV 1 [PT]
beIN Sport Canada
beIN SPORTS CONNECT [CA]
Globo SP [BR]
TyC Sports Play
TyC Sports Interior
TyC Sports Argentina [ARG]
Brazil will be without their star player Neymar due to injury whereas Leo Messi and Sergio Aguero returns back to Argentina squad.
Roberto Firmino incredible form with Liverpool might be fruitful for the match with Leo being in his prime form with Barcelona as well.
Goalkeepers: Alisson, Ederson, Daniel Fuzato.
Defenders: Danilo, Emerson, Alex Sandro, Renan Lodi, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Eder Militao, Felipe.
Midfielders: Casemiro, Arthur, Fabinho, Douglas Luiz, Philippe Coutinho, Lucas Paqueta, Willian.
Forwards: David Neres, Roberto Firmino, Richarlison, Gabriel Jesus, Rodrygo.
Goalkeepers: Agustin Marchesin, Juan Musso, Emiliano Martinez, Esteban Andrada.
Defenders: Juan Foyth, Renzo Saravia, Nicolas Otamendi, German Pezzella, Marcos Rojo, Walter Kannemann, Nicolas Taglafico, Nehuen Perez, Guido Rodriguez.
Midfielders: Giovani lo Celso, Leandro Paredes, Nicolas Dominguez, Rodrigo de Paul, Marcos Acuna, Roberto Pereyra, Lucas Ocampos.
Forwards: Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Nicolas Gonzalez, Lucas Alario, Lautaro Martinez, Paulo Dybala.