Is Brazil vs Argentina on TV? Channel, live stream, kick off time and team news for huge international friendly – The Sun

BRAZIL and Argentina face off in one of the biggest rivalries in international football.

The two South American giants only faced each other in July in the Copa America, with Selecao winning 2-0 on their way to winning the tournament.

But the Albiceleste will be hoping end a run of just one win in six matches against their arch enemies – even if it is just a friendly match.

What time does Brazil vs Argentina kick off?

This international friendly will take place on Friday, November 15.

It will kick off at 5pm UK time – that is 8pm in Saudi Arabia.

The match will be held at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh.

What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

Unfortunately this match will not be shown live on UK television.

If you are in the US, head to Fanatiz UASa or beIN SPORTS.

Meanwhile, Argentinians can tune into TyC Sports and viewers in Brazil can click over to Globo or SporTV.

What is the team news?

The big absentee from this game is Neymar, with the Brazilian superstar currently sidelined after picking an injury in the nation's last match against Nigeria.

Meanwhile, Manchester City's Ederson will also not feature after getting a knock in the draw with Atalanta.

And Aston Villa duo Douglas Luiz and Wesley will look to get their first international caps, with Brazil coach Tite also calling up Real Madrid wonderkid Rodrygo.

As for Argentina, Arsenal's Emiliano Martinez will be hoping his performances in the cup competitions will warrant his debut between the sticks.


Goalkeepers: Alisson, Daniel Fuzato, Santos

Defenders: Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Danilo, Alex Sandro, eder Militao, Renan Lodi, Felipe, Emerson

Midfielders: Willian, Philippe Coutinho, Casemiro, Arthur, Fabinho, Lucas Paqueta, Douglas Luiz

Forwards: Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus, Richarlison, Rodrygo, Wesley


Goalkeepers: Agustin Marchesin, Juan Musso, Esteban Andrada, Emiliano Martinez

Defenders: Juan Foyth, Nicolas Tagliafico, Renzo Saravia, German Pezzella, Walter Kannemann, Marcos Rojo, Nicolas Otamendi, Nehuen Perez

Midfielders: Leandro Paredes, Roberto Pereyra, Marcos Acuna, Lucas Ocampos, Rodrigo De Paul, Nicolas Dominguez, Guido Rodriguez, Giovani Lo Celso

Forwards: Sergio Aguero, Lionel Messi, Lucas Alario, Paulo Dybala, Lautaro Martinez, Nicolas Gonzalez

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