Brazil vs Serbia: Date, TV channel, kick-off time, live stream for big World Cup 2022 match-up

    BRAZIL will be looking to become six-time world champions as they take on Serbia in their opening game at Qatar 2022.

    The Brazilians haven’t won a World Cup since their historic fifth tournament victory in South Korea and Japan in 2002.

    Brazil will be one of the favourites to triumph in Qatar

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    Brazil will be one of the favourites to triumph in QatarCredit: AFP
    Mitrovic scored the winner vs Portugal to send Serbia to the World Cup

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    Mitrovic scored the winner vs Portugal to send Serbia to the World CupCredit: Reuters

    Neymar has carried the hopes of a nation on his shoulders since his rise to prominence in 2013.

    And in 2014, Brazil had the chance to win their home tournament but were unceremoniously thrashed 7-1 by Germany in the semi-final.

    In Russia four years ago, they were beaten 2-1 in the quarter-finals by Belgium.

    Serbia will be looking to cause an upset, however, and they’ve got in-form Fulham striker Alekdandr Mitrovic in their ranks and hoping to cause havoc.

    When is Brazil vs Serbia?

    • Brazil’s clash with Serbia will take place on Thursday, November 24.
    • The game will kick off at 7pm UK time.
    • Brazil vs Serbia will be held at the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Lusail.
    • The last time the two sides played was in the 2018 World Cup in the group stages, incidentally, and Brazil won 2-0.

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    What tv channel is it and can it be live streamed?

    • Brazil vs Serbia will be shown live on BBC One in the UK.
    • You can live stream the action from the BBC iPlayer, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

    Can I watch for FREE?

    Yes, the game is available to watch for FREE in the UK, so long as you have a TV licence.

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