Brazil vs Serbia: Kick-off time today, TV channel and live stream


    Neymar in Brazil training for the World Cup 2022
    Brazil will do battle with Serbia later today (Picture: NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP via Getty Images)

    Brazil get their World Cup 2022 campaign underway against Serbia this evening.

    The South Americans start the tournament as one of the favourites to get their hands on the trophy and win a record-extending sixth World Cup.

    Tite’s squad is packed with an envious array of attacking talent such as PSG superstar Neymar and the Real Madrid duo of Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo.

    The team is also packed with a host of Premier League favourites including Manchester United’s summer signing Antony and Chelsea’s Thiago Silva.

    The Selecao start their opening Group G clash as favourites, but will be wary of the many dangers posed by their Serbian opponents and they will look to avoid the same fate which befell arch-rivals Argentina in their shock defeat to Saudi Arabia.

    Find out what time the match starts and how to watch on TV.

    Neymar and Thiago Silva in training for Brazil at the World Cup 2022
    Spirits are high in the Brazil camp (Picture: Christopher Lee/Getty Images)

    What time does Brazil vs Serbia start?

    Brazil vs Serbia will take place tonight (November 24) at 7pm.

    The match will be held at the Lusail Stadium in Doha.

    How to watch on TV and live stream

    The game will be shown live on BBC One, with coverage getting underway from 6.30pm.

    The match will also be available to live stream on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

    Aleksandar Mitrovic in training for Serbia at the World Cup
    Brazil will need to keep an eye on Aleksandar Mitrovic (Picture: ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP via Getty Images)

    How to listen on radio

    BBC Radio 5 Live and talkSPORT will both have live radio coverage of the match in the UK.

    What is the team news?

    Brazil have a full compliment of players to choose from ahead of tonight’s clash.

    Chelsea’s Thiago Silva looks set to resume his long-term partnership at the back with Marquinhos, while Tite will likely have to select between Arsenal’s Gabriel Jesus and Tottenham’s Richarlison up front.

    In the Serbian camp, Aleksandar Mitrovic looks to have won his World Cup fitness race, having suffered an injury-stricken couple of months for Fulham.

    However, Mitrovic may not be required for the Serbians, with first-choice striker Dusan Vlahovic likely to get the nod.

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