Brazil set to take on Morocco in first game since World Cup exit
New Era for Selecao
Brazil will play their first game since the 2022 World Cup against Morocco in a friendly on Saturday. The Selecao were knocked out in the quarter-finals on penalties by Croatia. They will look to kickstart a new era with a win under interim boss Ramon Menezes as the search continues to find a replacement for Tite.
Morocco impressed in Qatar and reached the semi-final wherein they suffered defeat at the hands of France. The Atlas Lions will be motivated to prove themselves against one of the biggest teams in international football, and will provide Brazil with a stern test.
How to Watch
GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch the friendly between Morocco vs Brazil, plus team news, recent form and more. Brazilian fans can tune in to Globo, SporTV or Premiere to catch the match live.
Team News and Recent Form
Brazil are without several key players for the friendly, including Neymar, Casemiro, Thiago Silva, and Marquinhos. Meanwhile, Morocco will be without Youssef En-Nesyri and Zakaria Labyad.
Despite missing their star players, Brazil head into the game as favourites based on recent form. They have won three of their last five matches, while Morocco have won two and lost two of their last five.
The friendly between Morocco vs Brazil will be an intriguing contest between two teams with contrasting styles, and will be worth watching for football fans around the world.