Saudi Arabia vs Brazil: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for the international friendly
BRAZIL travel to Saudi Arabia for an international friendly on Friday.
Tite’s side have never failed to beat the Saudis in four previous meetings but will also be looking ahead to their game on Tuesday against rivals Argentina.
When does Saudi Arabia vs Brazil kick off?
This friendly encounter takes place on Friday, October 12.
It will kick off at 6:45pm.
This match will be held at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh.
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Which TV channel is Saudi Arabia vs Brazil on and can I live stream it?
This game will not be shown live on TV.
Sky subscribers will be able to get full match highlights once the game is finished on the Sky Sports Mobile app.
Alternatively, you can catch all the action on our dedicated SunSport LIVE BLOG.
What is the team news?
Saudi Arabia currently have one of the best squads they have had in a long time due to the number of pacey players in the team that were able to qualify for the World Cup in Russia.
The vast majority play in the Saudi league with only Salem Al-Dawsari having most recently played on loan at Spanish side Villarreal.
Brazil meanwhile will be missing one of their standout players at left-back as Real Madrid’s Marcelo is currently out with a muscle injury.
This gives Tite the chance to hand Alex Sandro from Juventus some well deserved game time for Brazil.
Offensively they will have all their stars ready, with players like Willian, Gabriel Jesus and Neymar all fit and firing.
Everton fans will be intrigued to see how their new signing, Richarlison, gets some game time after being called up for the most recent international fixtures.