18:00 GMT 27 June 2018
After four World Cup groups have already concluded, it’s time for the fifth and sixth to follow suit on Wednesday. Two of the sides in the hunt for qualification from Group E face as Brazil meet Serbia in Moscow.
The two nations have faced just once in international football and it held very little importance as it was a friendly in the build-up to the 2014 World Cup. Brazil managed a 1-0 win in their final warm-up before hosting the tournament with Fred getting the only goal of the game. The last time Serbia faced a South American team was in one of their warm-up friendlies, they were beaten 1-0 by Chile.
Serbian fans and players are confident of knocking out one of the tournament favourites and with a fully fit side, that confidence will be increased.
Latest matches: Serbia
There are two Brazilian players out through injury for their final group game as Danilo and Douglas Costa have a shoulder and hamstring injury respectively. Although, they certainly have enough quality to cover the injuries. Latest matches: Brazil
Latest matches: Brazil
Brazil are big favourites to win this game and should be able to cruise into the last 16 but with their spirited performances, Serbia shouldn’t be ruled out. If Brazil had been more convincing so far, there wouldn’t be much room for debate but their European opponents should take hope from two weak attacking showings. It has the potential to be an end-to-end game.
27 June 2018 - 18:00 GMT
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