FIFA World Cup Qualifiers-2022 Bolivia vs Brazil LIVE Streaming: When and Where to Watch Online, TV Telecast, Team News. Brazil will be looking to preserve their unbeaten record in the CONMEBOL qualifiers for 2022 FIFA World Cup when they take on Bolivia at the Estadio Hernando Siles on Wednesday.
Tite’s men scored eight and conceded none in their last two games and – having already qualified for the Qatar 2022 finals – will look to seal their place as table toppers of the group before their rescheduled meeting with Argentina.
After failing to qualify for the World Cup, Cesar Farias’ side can at best eye a shock win over the Samba Boys.
What time does Bolivia vs Brazil start?
Bolivia vs Brazil
Date : Wednesday, March 30
Time : 5am IST
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Bolivia vs Brazil: Team news
Bolivia will miss their top scorer in Marcelo Moreno, while Lugo attacker Jaume Cuellar is suspended. Juan Montenegro is expected to start up front.
Neymar and Vinicius Junior are suspended for Brazil after their bookings in the Chile win but they will not be short of firepower as Philippe Coutinho, Richarlison, Antony, Lucas Paqueta and Gabriel Martinelli are in line to feature.
Alisson Becker, Thiago Silva, Alex Telles, Casemiro and Fabinho are all available, while Atletico Mineiro goalkeeper Everson has replaced Ederson Moraes in the squad.
Squads of Bolivia
Goalkeepers – Guillermo Viscarra (The Strongest), Jhohan Gutiérrez (The Strongest) and Ruben Cordano (Bolivar).
Defenders – José María Carrasco (Universidad de Chile), Juan Sebastián Reyes (Bolívar), Luis Haquin (Bolívar), Roberto Fernández (Bolívar), José Sagredo (Bolívar), Fran Supayabe (Guabirá), Jairo Quinteros (Inter Miami), Marc-François Enoumba (Always Ready), Luis Demiquel (The Strongest), Jhon Jairo Velasco (Guabirá), Emerson Velásquez (Independiente Petrolero), Marcelo Suárez (Oriente Petrolero), and José Herrera (Bolívar).
Midfielders – Ramiro Vaca (Beerschot), Richard Spenhay (Blooming), Gabriel Villamil (Bolívar), Rai Pablo Lima (Bolívar), Jeyson Chura (The Strongest), Moisés Villarroel (Jorge Wilstermann), Franz Gonzáles (Platense), and Yecit Martínez (Independiente Petrolero).
Forwards – Juan Carlos Montenegro (Guabirá), Héctor Sánchez (Oriente Petrolero), Henry Vaca (The Strongest), John García (Bolívar), Jaume Cuéllar (Lugo), Bruno Miranda (Bolívar), César Menacho (Jorge Wilstermann), and Víctor Ábrego (Bolívar).
Squads of Brazil
Goalkeepers – Alisson Becker (Liverpool), Everson (Atlético-MG) and Santos (Athletico-PR)
Defenders – Danilo (Juventus), Daniel Alves (Barcelona), Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Felipe (Atlético de Madrid), Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain), Éder Militão (Real Madrid), Guilherme Arana (Atlético-MG), and Alex Telles (Manchester United)
Midfielders – Arthur (Juventus), Casemiro (Real Madrid), Fred (Manchester United), Fabinho (Liverpool), Bruno Guimaraes (Newcastle), Philippe Coutinho (Aston Villa), and Lucas Paquetá (Lyon)
Forwards – Antony (Ajax), Richarlison (Everton), Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain), Rodrygo (Real Madrid), Vinícius Júnior (Real Madrid), and Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)
In a match that could get ugly, Brazil rolls but Bolivia will at least net a consolation goal. Pick: Bolivia 1, Brazil 5
Bolivia vs Brazil, live this tuesday (29), at Hernando Siles, at 7:30 pm ET, for the World Cup Qualifiers. The match is valid for the 19th round of the competition.