How to watch the CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers match between Brazil and Argentina, as well as kick-off time and team news.
The 2-1 loss against Colombia leaves Brazil winless in their last three games in the South American qualification section, while Argentina were humbled by a 2-0 loss against Uruguay the last time out.
Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.
Brazil vs Argentina kick-off time & stadium
The CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers match between Brazil and Argentina will be played at Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
It will kick off at 7:30 pm ET on November 21 in the United States (US).
How to watch Brazil vs Argentina online – TV channels & live streams
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Team news & squads
Brazil team news
On his way to Real Madrid next year, Endrick made his debut in the Colombia loss. He may make the bench again, along with Gabriel Jesus who returned to training following a hamstring problem.
With Vinicius Jr forced off with a hamstring issue of his own in the same game, his replacement Joao Pedro is unlikely to start ahead of Gabriel Martinelli here.
All of Ederson, Danilo, Eder Militao, Casemiro, Neymar and Richarlison remain unavailable for selection, while Douglas Luiz may feature alongside Andre and Bruno Guimaraes in midfield.
Brazil possible XI: Alisson; Emerson, Marquinhos, Magalhaes, Lodi; Guimaraes, Andre, Luiz; Rodrygo, Martinelli, Raphinha.
Argentina team news
La Albiceleste boss Lionel Scaloni may recall Lautaro Martinez ahead of Nicolas Gonzalez in the final third, which would see Julian Alvarez switch to a wide role.
Rodrigo De Paul should remain as the mainstay in the middle, while Alejandro Garnacho has been left out of the squad.
Lisandro Martinez is out with a foot injury.
Argentina possible XI: E. Martinez; Molina, Romero, Otamendi, Tagliafico; De Paul, Mac Allister, Fernandez; Messi, L. Martinez, Alvarez.
The following is the head-to-head record of the last five times the two nations faced each other across all competitions.
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