How to Watch Brazil vs Serbia in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Group G match – NBC4 Washington

2022 World Cup favorites ready to roll in Qatar

Brazil are aiming for their first World Cup in two decades and have a packed squad for this year’s tournament. The team topped the FIFA final rankings before the tournament and reached the final in EA Sports’ World Cup simulation.

The country’s World Cup journey begins in Group G against a potential darkhorse in Serbia. Despite not progressing beyond the group stage since 1998, Serbia finished 21st in the final FIFA rankings and have a squad full of talent playing for clubs across Europe.

Brazil and Serbia have a recent World Cup history together. The two sides faced each other in Group E at the 2018 tournament in Russia and a 2-0 victory for Brazil prevented Serbia from progressing.

This time, a win for Brazil could mark the start of a potential championship streak, while even a point for Serbia could mean the difference between knockout stages and elimination.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Group G match between Brazil and Serbia:

When will Brazil play Serbia in the 2022 FIFA World Cup?

Brazil and Serbia will face off on Thursday, November 24, making it one of four Thanksgiving Day games in Qatar.

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When will Brazil play Serbia in the 2022 FIFA World Cup?

The game will kick off at 2:00 p.m. ET (10:00 p.m. local time) at the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Lusail.

How to watch Brazil vs Serbia at FIFA World Cup 2022

The game will be broadcast on FOX in English and Telemundo in Spanish.

How to stream Brazil vs Serbia at FIFA World Cup 2022

The game can be streamed online on, the FOX Sports App or on Peacock (Spanish).

Who are the players to watch in Brazil vs Serbia?

Brazil have some of the best talent of any team in Qatar. Neymar is the headliner but the PSG star is backed by other elite attackers. Vinicius Jr. (Real Madrid), Rodrygo (Real Madrid) and Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal) are among the nine forwards in Brazil’s 26-man squad.

The team’s talent is not limited to the forward group. Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle) and Casemiro (Manchester United) will shine in midfield, Thiago Silva (Chelsea) and Marquinhos (PSG) are notable defenders and Alisson (Liverpool) and Ederson (Manchester City) give Brazil strong options at the net.

Dušan Vlahović (Juventus) and Aleksandar Mitrović (Fulham) will be among the main goalscorers for Serbia. Sergej Milinković-Savić (Lazio) will offer some versatility across the field, while the 6-foot-5 Nikola Milenković (Fiorentina) will be tasked with curbing Brazil’s offensive firepower.


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