WCQ: Brazil vs Bolivia

Bolivia will have a heavyweight game to open the upcoming WC Qualifier when they meet Brazil - defending champions Copa America. Will the 5-time world champion have an easy victory over this weak opponent

Brazil, following their previous results, will expect much of the same after their jubilant 3-0 victory in the International Friendly match against Korea. In the past 6 matches, Adenor Tite's Brazil has scored 8 goals, with an average number of goals per game is 1.33. Brazil coach Adenor Leonardo Bacchi (Tite) has announced a 24-man squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers, where Brazil hopes to get off to a good start, after this match a tough trip to Peru, the team that beat Brazil in the US in September. The two players who have been called up to the under-played squad are Ivan of Ponte Preta and Bruno Guimarães of Lyon and Guimarães, who recently joined Athletico Paranaense, in 2019 an important role in Athletico lifting Copa Do Brasil. Since joining January, Guimarães has settled into life in Lyon wonderfully helping the club beat Juventus in the Champions League, and his stellar performance in the Rhône derby shows he deserves a call-up. Five players currently playing in the Premier League have been called up Ederson, Fabinho, Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus and Richarlison. With Alisson's injury, Ederson is likely to take the number one position, with 5 people in the country selected; Weverton, Ivan, Dani Alves, Gabriel Barbosa and Bruno Henrique. Flamengo's Barbosa, Henrique and Ribeiro trio, is well worth being called up after great performances in 2019 and the beginning of the 2020 season. It is the first time Brazil has played in a competitive international match since the final. to conclude the Copa America in June. Since then, Brazil has played 6 matches, won only 1, drew 3 and lost 2.

Bolivia will enter the match after their 3-1 International Friendly International win to beat Haiti in their last match. Goals have been celebrated 23 times in the last 6 games that Bolivia has played, scoring an average of 3.83 goals per game, rival teams have managed 17 of this massive total. Marcelo Martins joins the team in training in training sessions this Wednesday, according to the plan of a coaching team led by César Farías. Chumacero, who played for Puebla de México, arrived last Friday, while Cuéllar from Italy's SPAL joined early Monday. Servette midfielder Geneve de Suiza will be under his own direction César Farías with a minor heel injury. 

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