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Portugal Vs Brazil World Cup 2010 Live, Highlights, Preview and Team News

by Mr Neutral

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A mouthwatering prospect awaits in Durban.

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June 22, 2010 - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA - epa02216567 Brazilian national soccer team forward Robinho performs during his team's training session in Johannesburg, South Africa, 22 June 2010. Brazil will face Portugal in the FIFA World Cup 2010 preliminary round group G soccer match on June 25.

Brazilian-born Deco has again been ruled out for Portugal with the same hip injury that caused him to miss the 7-0 thrashing of North Korea. Ruben Amorim is also out and coach Carlos Queiroz is likely to stick with Hugo Almeida ahead of Liedson upfront.
Brazil will make two changes from the side that beat the Ivory Coast. Kaka is suspended so former Arsenal player Julio Baptista will replace him and Dani Alves is expected to play in place of the injured Elano.
Suspended: Kaka (Brazil). One booking from suspension: Almeida, Mendes, Ronaldo (Portugal); Ramires (Brazil) (BBC Sport)

Highlights of this match will be posted on this site as soon as the final whistle is blown. You can also see every World Cup goal Live the moment its up online and you can do that by CLICKING HERE.

Brazil take on Portugal in Durban knowing that barring a freak result in the other Group G encounter both teams are securely through to the knock out stages. Nonetheless this is a mouthwatering encounter that both sides will be looking to win in order to secure top spot.

Highlights of previous World Cup group matches these two have taken part in.

Brazil 3-1 Ivory Coast


Brazil 3-1 Ivory Coast (Highlights)

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Portugal 7-0 North Korea


Portugal 7-0 North Korea (Highlights)

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