Today will be an exciting one for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar fans and visitors. As Brazil and Switzerland are slated to face each other for the group stage match which will be an important decider for their future in the event.
The upcoming Group G game of today will be a crucial one. Point table leading teams in the group, Brazil and Switzerland will be playing against each other in the match. The winner of the match will secure a spot for the upcoming round of 16. However, for the loser it will be a tough battle going onward. As their fate will be dependent on the other two team’s performance during the group stage.
Brazil is the CONMEBOL federation’s top team at this moment. The team got qualification for the 2022 World Cup by clearing the qualification round-robin last year. With a magnificent performance during the second round, they won their inaugural match of the event against Serbia with a 2-0 this November 24.
Switzerland is one of the UEFA confederation’s founding member. The international football team ranks 15th worldwide and 11th among UEFA members in FIFA rankings. They earned the spot of FIFA World Cup group stage by winning the UEFA Group C qualifiers. Recently they also defeated Cameroon by 1-0 on their first group-stage game.
When is Brazil vs Switzerland?
- Date: Monday, November 28, 2022
- Time: 11:00 a.m. ET
How to Watch Brazil vs Switzerland?
- Fox – United States
- ITV – United Kingdom
Like all FIFA World Cup 2022 games, Fox Sports 1 will cover broadcasts of the upcoming group G match in the US. Whereas, the match will be live broadcast on ITV in the UK
How to Live Stream the event?
- ITV Hub
FuboTV will live stream the upcoming Brazil vs Switzerland match for fans in the United States. For fans in the United Kingdom, ITV Hub will provide free live stream of the upcoming football game.
- Venue: Stadium 974
- Capacity: 44,089
2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar’s most extraordinary stadium, the Stadium 974 will host the upcoming Group G game of “Brazil vs Switzerland”. The giant temporary venue created from recycled containers is located in Ras Abu Aboud, near the gulf sea.
Brazil XI: Alisson, Alves, Silva, Marquinhos, Sandro, Casemiro, Fred, Raphinha, Paqueta,Vinicius Jr, Richarlison.
Switzerland XI: Sommer, Widmer, Akanji, Elvedi, Rodriguez, Freuler, Xhaka, Sow, Shaqiri, Embolo, Vargas.