Brazil will play World Cup qualifying match against Uruguay on this Saturday at Itaipava Arena Pernambuco, Recife. Here are the telecast channels and match timing of Brazil vs Uruguay FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifier match. Good news for the Uruguay fans as Luis Suarez could make return as his international ban is now expired. The Barca forward has not played any international game since FIFA World Cup 2014 bite incident. This means he will be facing his Barcelona team mate Neymar in this clash.
Brazil Vs Uruguay IST Time, Telecast Channels
|Competition||FIFA World Cup 2018 Qualifiers|
|Date||26 Mar 2016 [Local and India]|
|Time||12:45 am [GMT], 6:15 am [IST]|
|Stadium||Itaipava Arena Pernambuco|
|Seating capacity||46,154 spectators|
|Telecast channels||Sony ESPN, Sports Max 2 etc.|
Telecast in India: Indian TV channel Sony ESPN will provide the live telecast of this match on Indian televisions. It will start at 6:15 am on 26 March 2016. So switch to Sony ESPN for live telecast of Brazil vs Uruguay. Other telecast channels in
Uruguay: VTV Uruguay
Argentina: TyC Sports Argentina, TyC Sports Play, TyC Sports Interior
Canada: beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports en Espanol
Colombia: Caracol TV
Germany: Goal TV
Italy: Sky Supercalcio HD, Sky Sport 1
Norway: Viaplay Norway, Viasat Fotball Norway
United States: beIN Sports en Espanol, beIN Sports Connect USA, fuboTV
Brazil Vs Uruguay Match Preview
Brazil: Alisson; Alves, Gil, Miranda, Luis; Elias, Gustavo; Willian, Coutinho, Oscar; Neymar.
Uruguay: Muslera; Pereira, Coates, Godin, Caceres; Corujo, Arevalo, Sanchez. Rolan, Suarez, Cavani.
Uruguay are undefeated in World Cup qualifiers as they have won 3 games and played on draw. Right now, they are second spot in CONMEBOL standings with nine points in first four games.
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On the other hand, the hosts are just below Uruguay with 7 points in 4 games. Brazil faced loss at the hands of Chile in first game. So far in World Cup 2018 qualification, the five times world champions have won 2 games, drew once and lost one.
Brazil coach Dunga announced Brazil team squad for World cup 2018 qualifiers matches in Match in which he sidelined PSG’s defender Thiago Silva and Real Madrid defender Marcelo.
The last meeting between the teams came at the confederations cup semi finals in June 2013, when Brazil knocked out Uruguay by 2–1 with winning goal from Paulinho.
Los Charraus was upset by Ecuador in the third round, 1–2 before they convincingly beat Chile, 3–0 in the previous match-day at their home field of Estadio Centenario in Montevideo, Uruguay on 17 Nov 2015.