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Brazil’s football federation announced on Friday that the national team will play Ghana and Tunisia in September in preparation for the Qatar World Cup, with players hoping to secure a spot in the tournament’s 26-man squad later this year.
The Brazilian federation, or CBF, announced on its website that the matches will take place on September 23 and 27 at yet-to-be-announced European venues.
Tite, the head coach, will announce his shortlist for the friendly matches on September 9th.
Brazil leads Fifa’s world rankings and is considered one of the favorites to win the World Cup. Which will be held in Qatar from November 20 to December 18.
Tite told Reuters last month that he was encouraged by the rise of young players who have risen to prominence. last season and will be available for the national team in Qatar. Relieving pressure on PSG star Neymar.
Brazil will play Serbia, Switzerland, and Cameroon in Group G. Brazil will play Ghana which kicks off on November 24th, in an attempt to win a record-extending sixth World Cup.
Ghana will play South Korea, Portugal, and Uruguay in Group H before potentially facing Brazil in the round of 16.
Tunisia will play Australia, Denmark, and reigning world champions France in Group D.