Brazil 2022 World Cup squad:
Brazil 2022 World Cup squad:
Brazil will battle for their first World Cup title in 20 years in Qatar.
The South American giants enter the 2022 tournament as the world's highest-ranked team.
Brazil have won the last five World Cups and need a quality team if they want to win again for the sixth time.
's manager Tait said he planned to submit to FIFA an official provisional list of 35 to 55 players by Friday 21 October. Reports from Brazil indicate that the club will be officially notified on October 30th.
Based on last year's World Cup qualifiers and friendly matches, these are the names most likely to make it to Brazil's provisional list.
Brazil National Team – Stars, Strengths and Weaknesses
Brazil are currently on a seven-game winning streak and are finding form at just the right time for the 2022 World Cup.
They are strong contenders in the tournament and the expectations at home are very high.
The big name will never be bigger than Neymar and the PSG forward will go into the World Cup unscathed and in good shape at club level.
This current Brazil His side has no less stars in the premier league, such as Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus and Richard Lisson. Richarlison's recent injury won't keep him out of Qatar, but it has been suggested that Philippe Coutinho was not selected for Aston Villa due to poor health.
Attacking is a key element of a successful Brazilian team, and this is an area that will be essential in the 2022 World Cup.
Tite has put a quality side into play with great attacking football and in six of his last seven games before the tournament he has scored at least three goals. Those goals were also shared and he was the only player to carry Brazil in the final period.
As with most attacking teams, defense is inevitable. This is the case for Brazil. Their slow defensive pace leaves them vulnerable to counter-attacks, especially when full-backs lose position.
Another concern is the recent World Cup record of Brazil's elimination in the quarter-finals in 2018 and Germany's 7-1 defeat in the 2014 semi-finals. These results may again call into question as they seek redemption in Qatar.
Brazil World Cup Group
Brazil are in Group G alongside Switzerland, Cameroon and Serbia.
Seleção, who has only missed his World Cup group twice (1930 and 1966), will win Group G, which includes Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay and South Korea, in 2022 and is a strong contender to advance to the Round of 16. will be
Brazil vs Serbia Team, line-up
Tite wants Brazil to make a mark in their opening match against Serbia and will try to field the strongest side.
With so much talent to choose from, the starting XI has changed over the past few years, with few fixed positions. Brazil has also recently switched formations between 4-3-3 and 4-2-3-1.
Brazil started XI vs. Servien (4-3-3)
Danilo – Marquinhos – Thiago Silva – Alex Telles
Lucas Paqueta – Casemiro – Neymar
Rafinha – 4 – Li Charlie Vinic