Live streaming brazil vs Switzerland on 18.6.2018
Two teams in great form meet in Rostov in Group E when five-time winners Brazil take on a well-organized Switzerland side.
standing group F :
- Serbia 3 points
- Switzerland 0 points
- Brazil 0 points
- Costa rica 0 points
Brazil come into this game as one of the favourites to claim the ultimate prize in football, justifiably so as they topped the brutal South American qualifying group by a whopping ten points (W12, D5, L1).
Coach Tite and his team are unbeaten in their last six since the end of the qualifying campaign (W5, D1), including a victory over number-one ranked FIFA side, Germany. Brazil are undefeated in eleven (W8, D3) overall and have lost just once in 21 games (W17, D3, L1), conceding just five in that time!
Switzerland – surprisingly ranked sixth by FIFA, four places behind Brazil in second – are in fabulous form themselves, despite having to qualify for this tournament via a play-off win over Northern Ireland after finishing second in their qualifying group.
In their last 17 games, Switzerland have only tasted defeat once (W14, D2, L1) and have conceded just eight goals – an average of 0.47 a game.
The sides have met eight times before, first meeting in 1950 and last playing in 2013. Brazil have three wins to Switzerland’s two, while three were drawn.
Players to watch: Neymar – who else! He’s fit and rested and scored in each of his two-comeback internationals recently.
Keep an eye on defender Ricardo Rodriguez (SWI) – he’s a deadball specialist, takes the penalties and scored in the last two games.
Stat attack: The last time Brazil lost to European opposition was at the 2014 WC in Brazil (W7, D1).
Brazil have gone five games without conceding.
Brazil haven’t conceded a first-half goal in 990 minutes of football (11 games).
Only two of Switzerland’s last 14 games have seen both teams score.
Switzerland haven’t conceded three in a game since a 3-2 loss to Slovakia in November, 2015 – 27 games ago.
LIVE STREAMING BRAZIL VS SWITZERLAND 18 JUNE 2018.
Pre-match facts – World Cup
Brazil are undefeated in their last 17 matches.
Each of the last 3 matches that Switzerland have played had under 2.5 goals.