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Brazil vs Serbia live stream FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 watch LIVE: Where and how to watch online and on TV Channel, predicted XI

Brazil enter the 2022 FIFA World Cup as favourites to win the trophy for the sixth time, and they kick off their Group H campaign against Serbia on Friday, November 25. Know here all the details related to the live streaming of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Brazil vs Serbia.


Brazil will begin their 2022 World Cup campaign when they face Serbia on Thursday in Group G. The two teams are joined by Switzerland and Cameroon in the group, with the Brazilians and Swiss viewed as the favorites to advance. But Tite’s team enters the tournament as one of the favorites to win the whole thing as the South Americans look for their sixth crown.


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This tournament will realistically be the last global event of Neymar’s prime years, and the mercurial forward has been in superb form for Paris Saint-Germain of late.


Serbia should have designs on a strong run at the tournament, having topped a European qualifying group that also featured Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal.


Let`s find below the match details, Live streaming, Predicted XI and records.


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Where to watch Live Streaming Brazil vs Serbia FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022


If you prefer, you can also watch the match on a number of legal streaming platforms such as Fubo, Vidgo, Sling TV, Peacock TV and YouTube TV.


Where and how to watch FIFA World Cup 2022 Brazil vs Serbia live in Bangladesh?


Bangladesh viewers can watch the match live on all of these channels: T Sports, PTE LTD and Viacom 18.


Bangladesh viewers can also enjoy live stream online the World Cup games on Toffee, the digital platform powered by Banglalink.


Brazil vs Serbia live stream on Facebook and YouTube


Besides, many Facebook pages and YouTube channels also live the match


How to watch Brazil vs Serbia live stream in India


In India, the World Cup is being televised on Sports18, but every game is being shown for free and in 4K via the JioCinema app. You can live stream Qatar vs Ecuador from 9.30pm IST on Sunday night.


Coverage is available in Hindi, English, Malayalam, Bengali and Tamil, and the JioCinema app is compatible with Chromecast, so you can get a big-screen experience.


Anyone outside of India who wants to watch their home World Cup coverage can just pick up a good VPN and follow the instructions above to safely live stream the action.


How to watch Brazil vs Serbia live stream in Australia


Football fans in Australia can watch Qatar vs Ecuador, along with every World Cup 2022 game, on free-to-air SBS. You can tune in on TV or live stream Brazil vs Serbia live stream using SBS On Demand.


Just be warned that Qatar vs Ecuador kicks off at 3am AEDT in the early hours of Monday morning, with coverage beginning at 2am.


SBS on Demand is free to use and works on a range of smart devices including mobile phones, smart TVs and web browsers.


How to watch Brazil vs Serbia live stream World Cup 2022 soccer in the US without cable


Soccer fans in the US can watch Brazil vs Serbia on FS1 and Peacock TV, with kick-off set for 11am ET / 8am PT on Sunday morning.


FS1 shares TV rights to the 2022 World Cup group stage with Fox, but Fox will be showing every game of the knockouts.


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Brazil vs Serbia live stream without cable


If you don’t have cable TV, a cord-cutting service is what you need for instant access to Fox and FS1. Sling Blue is the cheapest option. It’s $40 per month but you can get your first month half-price with this discount.


FuboTV is another good option. It carries both Fox and FS1, and over 100 channels besides, and allows you to watch the World Cup 2022 in 4K HDR. It’s more expensive at $69.99 a month, but first there’s a FREE FuboTV trial.


Every game of the World Cup is also being shown on Peacock TV, but the catch is that commentary will be in Spanish. To make up for that, Portugal vs Ghana live stream and a few other games are being shown for FREE. The Peacock price comes in at $4.99 a month and the service also offers live coverage of the NFL, EPL and WWE.


If you subscribe to Sling, Peacock or any other US streaming service, and find yourself unable to access coverage because you’re out of the country, consider using a VPN – we rate ExpressVPN as the best of the best.


How to watch Brazil vs Serbia live stream in UK


Football fans in the UK can watch a England vs Iran live stream for free on BBC iPlayer, along with many more World Cup 2022 games, as coverage of the tournament is split evenly between the BBC and ITV.


England vs Iran kicks-off at 4pm GMT on Sunday afternoon, with coverage beginning at 3pm.


Every BBC game will be on BBC TV channels in HD and also live streamed on BBC iPlayer in glorious 4K HDR. Just make sure you possess a valid TV license and that your device is 4K-compatible with iPlayer.


Away from home in the UK right now? No worries:


Use ExpressVPN to watch BBC iPlayer from abroad.


BBC iPlayer is free to use and works across a wide range of devices including smart TVs, laptops, games consoles, mobile phones, tablets and streaming sticks. You can watch all the other World Cup 2022 live streams for free on ITV Hub.


How to watch Brazil vs Serbia live stream in Canada


TSN is the place to watch every 2022 World Cup soccer game in Canada. If you get the channel as part of your cable deal, you’ll be able to log in with the details of your provider for access to a Qatar vs Ecuador live stream.


Kick-off is at 11am ET / 8am PT on Sunday morning, with coverage beginning at 9am ET / 6am PT.


If you don’t have cable, you can subscribe to TSN on a streaming-only basis for $19.99 a month or $199.90 per year.


If you decide to subscribe, or already have, remember you can take your favorite sports streaming service with you wherever you go – just try our No. 1 overall rated VPN 100% risk-free for 30-days and follow the instructions


How to watch live Brazil vs Serbia Match live from Iran and others country?


If you’re abroad during World Cup 2022, and want to tune into your usual home coverage, you’ll most likely find yourself geo-blocked and will need to use a VPN to unlock your access.


A VPN is a piece of software that allows you to change your apparent location and World 2022 live streams from any country and streaming service you need. They’re easy to use and super-secure. We rate ExpressVPN as the best VPN for streaming.


When and Where is Brazil vs Serbia Match


When, Where and What time will the FIFA World Cup 2022 Brazil vs Serbia match be played?


The FIFA World Cup match between Brazil and Serbia will be played on November 24 at the Stadium 974 at 10:00 am (CDT) and will be broadcast live on TV on FOX.


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Brazil and Serbia projected starting 11


Predicted lineup


Brazil XI (4-2-3-1) vs Serbia


Alisson; Danilo, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Alex Sandro; Fred, Casemiro; Neymar, Paqueta, Raphinha; Richarlison.


Serbia XI (3-4-1-2) vs Brazil


  1. Milinkovic-Savic; Milenkovic, S. Mitrovic, Pavlovic; Zivkovic, Gudelj, Milinkovic-Savic, Tadic; Kostic; Vlahovic, Tadic.


Head-to-Head Stats


Brazil and Serbia have only twice gone head-to-head against each other. Serbia last played their game against Brazil in the 2018 World Cup in Russi, which the Selecao won by two goals to nil.


Played: 2


Brazil: 2


Serbia: 0


Drawn: 0


Brazil quick facts


Current FIFA world ranking: 1


World Cup titles: 5 (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002)


World Cup appearances: 22


How they qualified: Qualified automatically from CONMEBOL (1st place)


Coach: Tite


Key players: Neymar, Thiago Silva, Casemiro, Alisson Becker


Serbia quick facts


Current FIFA world ranking: 21


World Cup titles: 0


World Cup appearances: 12


How they qualified: Qualified from UEFA via playoffs


Coach: Dragan Stojkovic


Key players: Aleksandar Mitrovic, Luka Jovic, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Dusan Tadic


Source: United News of Bangladesh