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World Cup qualifiers in South America kick off this week and will continue on Friday evening (1:30 am UK time) with Brazil’s opening match against Bolivia.

The qualification has delayed twice since it originally scheduled to launch in March, but is now ready to head to Qatar 2022.

Brazil begins its journey at the Corinthians Arena against neighbours Bolivia. Titus wanted so badly to be tall.

Like Argentina and Uruguay, they have won their first wins against Ecuador and Chile, and now Brazil must follow.

However, Bolivia has caused problems for Brazil twice in previous World Cup qualifiers and made it 0-0 en route to Russia. Was this the only country that was unbeaten against the Selecao until 2010, resulting in a new surprise?

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Brazil vs Bolivia Live Football

Brazil & Bolivia’s line-ups:

  • Brazil: Alisson*; Danilo, Marquinhos, Militao*, Lodi; Fabinho, Arthur*, Jesus*, Paqueta*, Coutinho; Richarlison.
  • Bolivia: Quinonez*; Ribera, Jusino, G Justiniano, Sagredo; Saavedra, Arano, L Justiniano, Arce; Saucedo, Alvarez*.

It has been almost a year since Brazil last played and Tito had to play without goalkeepers Alison and Gabriel Jesus, both out with injury problems. Neymar is also a prime suspect and will leave training on Wednesday with back pain. Likewise, Bolivia last played in 2019, so the team has even gone through some changes.

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