Brazil vs Argentina Free Live Stream: World Cup Qualifier, Brazil vs Argentina Free Live StREam biggest rivalry in international soccer returns for the second time in just a couple months as Brazil host Argentina in World Cup qualifying on Sunday.ream: World Cup Qualifier
How to watch Brazil vs Argentina Free Live Stream
- Date: Sunday, Sept. 5 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Location: Neo Quimic Arena — Sao Paulo, Brazil
- TV and Live stream: fuboTV (Try now)
- Odds: Brazil +130; Draw +200; Argentina +220 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Brazil: What is it going to take for this attack to get going? Look, it is rare that they don’t score, but they aren’t scoring much. They’ve failed to score multiple goals in five straight matches. But before that, they scored at least two in nine of their previous 10. They’ve produced double digit shots in four straight games and just need a bit more sharpness and good fortune. If that comes in this one, then they’ll feel confident in getting revenge.
Argentina: Coming off of the 3-1 win over Venezuela on Thursday, Argentina are simply looking to keep things going. The defense is playing well, the attack is constantly creating and Lionel Scaloni seems to have found the base of his team, including going to Lautaro Martinez and Di Maria in attack. Against Brazil, they can expect a similar game as the Copa America final in the sense that the hosts should have more of the ball and most of the chances, so Argentina will need to play the counter and be efficient. Emiliano Martinez came up big in the final and will need to do so here if they hope to get something from this match.
Brazil vs. Argentina is the highlight of the 7th round of CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers on Sunday. All five games will be available to stream live in the United States on fubo Sports Network via fuboTV. Full schedule below.
Brazil is 7-0-0 in qualifying, well on its way to a World Cup berth. They are coming off a 1-0 win over Chile upon the qualifying tournament’s return last week.
Argentina is in 2nd place in the CONMEBOL qualifier standings, but their record of 4-3-0 is a full 6 points behind Brazil. Argentina defeated Venezuela 3-1 on Thursday. They will be looking to assert themselves against their biggest international rivals, and capitalize on Brazil’s lower-than-usual scoring run, of late.