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Neymar Jr led Brazil begins there 2018 World Cup campaign on Sunday when they take on Group E minnows Switzerland, who’ll be playing their eleventh World Cup this time.
This is going to be the second encounter between European minnows Switzerland and South American giants Brazil. Brazil has tasted the World Cup success for more times than any other team, lifting the trophy in 25% of the tournaments played so far. The Canarinha are also the last team to win back to back World Cup. The last time Brazil and Switzerland faced each other it was on the Brazilian soil in 1950. The game ended 2-2.
Speaking of European minnows Switzerland they have qualified for their eleventh World Cup and will be looking forward to making their mark in the tournament. If stats are to believed then both Brazil and Switzerland look strong on the paper as both of them have not lost their opening games in their recent appearances at the World Cup.
The game kicks off at 11:30 pm (IST) in Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don.
Here are squads for both the teams:
The starting line up to face Switzerland. pic.twitter.com/e1l5GVVchI
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