Brazil and Belgium meet in a quarter-final clash which is being dubbed as a final before final due to the quality these two sides possess and is probably the most keenly awaited contest out of all the four matches lined up in the quarters. Belgium has scored the most goals in Russia so far, and in Brazil, they meet one of the meanest defences of the tournament so far. Hence, the match is no less than a battle for the teams, and it may very well boil down to who keeps his composure in the defining moments.
Brazil will be without the services of holding midfielder Casemiro who is suspended following a caution picked up against Mexico. Fernandinho will thus make it to the playing eleven in a full role. Neymar and Phillipe Coutinho are both a booking away from suspension and hence will need to be careful of their play. On the injury front, Marcelo should be back in the starting line-up for the Selecao, but Danilo’s world cup is over after it was revealed his ankle injury would not heal on time. FIFA World Cup 2018 Quarter-Finals Schedule Free PDF Download in IST: Fixtures of Knockout Matches & Time Table in Indian Time of Football WC in Russia.
According to media reports, Neymar has spent 14 minutes so far lying on the ground in Russia so far which is quite astonishing. It is no secret that the PSG forward is fouled a lot but his theatrics to bring those to attention is quite unsportsmanlike. He has endured a lot of flak for the same but Neymar has not changed his antics one bit, and Belgium would be wary of it particularly if they are trailing in the game. France, Uruguay, Brazil, Belgium Sweden, England, Russia, and Croatia Qualify for 2018 FIFA World Cup Quarterfinals: A Look at Their Respective Journeys at WC So Far.
Belgium has five players including Kevin De Bruyne and Jan Vertonghen on yellow cards, and manager Roberto Martinez would be hoping they see out the game without further caution. His substitutions did the trick in the game against Japan where they found themselves two goals down midway through the second half. One of the big names who came off the bench that day was Marouane Fellaini, and he is pushing for a start against Brazil. Romelu Lukaku missed quite a few sitters and Belgium would be praying the big Belgian is back to his scoring form. 2018 FIFA World Cup Quarter-Finals Match Predictions: France, Brazil, Croatia and England Favorites to Qualify for Semi-Finals.
Brazil and Belgium are ranked the number two, and three sides in the world and hence their battle will be a no ordinary game. There is a general feeling that both the sides defences are something that each can exploit with the players they have. Belgium probably has more way of attacking compared to Brazil which means advantage Belgium in the quarter-final number two.
When will Brazil vs Belgium Football Match Take Place? Time, Schedule, Venue Details of Quarter-Finals, Match 2?
The second quarterfinal match of the FIFA World Cup 2018 will be played between Brazil and Belgium. The Round of 8 game is scheduled to take place at 11.30 pm (IST). The match will take place at Kazan Arena, in Russia.
Brazil and Belgium head-to-head record suggests that the Selecao team has the upper hand over the Red Devils. Out of the four matches they have played against each other, Brazil has won in three of them, whereas Belgium has won a single game only.
Will the LIVE telecast of Brazil vs Belgium World Cup Quarter-Final Match Available in India?
Yes, the viewers in India will be able to watch Brazil vs Belgium quarter-final match of FIFA World Cup 2018. Sony Pictures Networks own the broadcasting rights of the World Cup solely. The second quarter-final match at FIFA 2018 FIFA World Cup match between Brazil vs Belgium will be telecasted LIVE on Sony Ten 2/Sony Ten 2 HD (English), Sony Ten 3/Sony Ten 3 HD (Hindi) and Sony ESPN (Bengali, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu) TV channels.
Brazil vs Belgium FIFA World Cup 2018 Match; Is Free Live Streaming Available Online in India?
Viewers need not worry if they do not have access to Brazil vs Belgium quarter-final match on their TVs. The FIFA World Cup second quarter-final match between Brazil and Belgium will be available online. The viewers will be able to watch the live streaming of the second quarter-final match on Sony Liv. Also, they can catch the live updates of the crucial quarter-final game here, on LatestLY.com