Sunday, March 24th, 2013
Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge will be the venue for a star-studded friendly on Monday night as 2014 World Cup hosts Brazil face Fabio Capello’s 2018 World Cup hosts Russia.
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After losing 2-1 at Wembley to England, and then forsaking a 2-goal lead against Italy to draw 2-2, Felipe Scolari is seeking his first win in three Brazil matches when they face the formidable Russians.
Brazil still look a way away from cementing their first team who will attempt to shoot them to victory at next summer’s World Cup.
On the positive side, Fred has begun to look like a centre-forward who can lead the Samba front-line to goals, whilst feeding off this skills of Neymar and Oscar. The rest of Scolari’s attack, however, remains wobbly with Hulk, Hernanes, Fernando, Ramires and Kaka the current candidates looking to lock down a starting berth.
More stability comes at the back where Júlio César, David Luis and Dani Alves are all regulars, while Thiago Silva and Marcelo have already be named as starters for the Russia game by Scolari.
Russia, unbeaten in seven games under Capello, will be hoping to cause an upset in west London after their World Cup qualifier against Northern Ireland was postponed due to winter weather conditions.
Igor Denisov is out through injury, so Roman Shirokov is poised to wear the Russian armband. Elsewhere Alexander Kerzhakov, Alan Dzagoev and Alexander Kokorin will bring the firepower up-top, while the Berezutsky brother will marshall the defence.