Brazil Vs Australia Live Stream | 13 June 2017 | FIFA International Friendlies: Watch Australia vs Brazil online live streaming in high definition of friendly game with commentary. After booking a place in the finals of World Cup 2018, Brazil can now start their preparations for next year’s biggest Football event. Playing against Australia at MCG would be a good task for both sides. It is a good test game for Australia before heading to Confederations Cup as their first game of the competition is against World Champions Germany.
Australia Vs Brazil: How to watch live stream of 2017 friendly match ?
- Competition: FIFA International Friendlies
- Date: 13 June 2017
- Time: 10:05 am
- Venue: Melbourne Cricket Ground
- Live stream: beIN Sports
Click on above link and visit official website of beIN Sports for live streaming of Australia vs Brazil on your computer.
Brazil Vs Australia Match Preview
Brazil’s unbeaten run came to an end by another South American team Argentina in a friendly game few days ago. Gabriel Mercado’s only goal was enough to make the difference. It was first game of Argentina’s new manager Jorge Sampaoli who led his side victory against the most Successful team in his debut.
Australia finally ended their run of consecutive draws with 2-0 win against United Arab Emirates before claiming 3-0 victory over Saudi Arabia. Australia have announced their squad for FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 which is beginning from 17th June in Russia.
Brazil’s Gabriel Jesus suffered a serious eye injury caused by his Man City team-mate Nicolas Otamendi. So he is likely to miss this game.
Australia’s Tim Cahill and Mile Jedinak are expected to step on field against the World Cup 2018 confirmed team. Brad Smith who is suffering from hamstring injury is out of the squad.
Brazil vs Australia 2017 Friendly Possible Line-ups
Australia: Langera, Behich, Sainsbury, Dylan McGowan, Degenek, Jedinak, Milligan, Irvine, Luongo, Cahill, Juric.
Brazil: Ederson, Thiago Silva, Rafinha, David Luiz, Alex Sandro, Fernandinho, Coutinho, Willian, Paulinho, Diego Souza, Douglas Costa.