Friday, 21 June 2013

Watch Free Italy vs Brazil live Stream Online FIFA Confederations Cup 2013

FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 football match Italy vs Brazil is on Saturday, 22th June. Don’t miss to watch here Brazil vs Italy live Streaming Free, Results and Highlights Video FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 on 22th June…

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Date: Saturday June 22, 2013
Start Time:  Kick off: 3 p.m. ET 
: Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova – Salvador, Bahia
TV Info

The 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, the 9th edition of the FIFA Confederations Cup, is an international association football tournament that will be held in Brazil in 2013, as a prelude to the 2014 FIFA World Cup.[2] The tournament is expected to be held from 15 to 30 June 2013. Brazil are the defending champions. As the competition partially overlaps with the fourth round of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification in Asian zone, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) asked FIFA to consider a change of date. However, the AFC decided that the match day will be adjusted only for Japan, the representative of AFC for the Confederations Cup. Uruguay, Italy and Spain will have the opportunity to become the third team (after Argentina and France) to win all three major FIFA tournaments: the World Cup, the Olympic football competition and the Confederations Cup.
Match Details
it Italy
br Brazil
Match scheduled: Saturday, June 22
from 01:00 to 03:00 (in 2 days)
Group A (Group Stage) :: 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup 2013 :: Brazil
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Team News
David Luiz broke his nose in the 2-0 win over Mexico, and while he will play on in the rest of the tournament—most likely with a protective mask in place—Scolari may well select Bayern Munich’s European Cup-winning defender Dante for the final group game.
Atletico Mineiro striker Jo, a late call-up for the competition due to Leandro Damiao’s injury, has scored after coming on as a substitute in both of their previous matches and may get the nod ahead of Fred.
With qualification assured, but the looming spectre of Spain on the horizon if they don’t secure top spot in the group, expect some changes—Filipe Luis could start in place of Marcelo, while Hernanes may slot into midfield in place of Paulinho, who hurt his hamstring against Mexico—but nothing wholesale.
Possible Starting XI: (4-2-3-1) Julio Cesar; Alves, Thiago Silva, Dante, Filipe; Gustavo, Hernanes; Hulk, Oscar, Neymar; Jo.
With Claudio Marchisio’s continuing struggles at the international level, Prandelli selected Alberto Aquilani for the match with Japan, but that experiment was deemed a failure after just 30 minutes, when Aquilani was replaced by Sebastian Giovinco.
Daniele De Rossi picked up a second yellow card against Japan, and will therefore miss the match through suspension, whilst Andrea Pirlo will also miss out through injury. Potentially Aquilani and Marchisio may both be offered a quick reprieve. Lazio’s Antonio Candreva represents another alternative in the midfield area.
Prandelli has appeared settled on a 4-3-2-1 formation with Mario Balotelli as the spearhead, supported by Emanuele Giaccherini and another. in recent times. However, given the absences in midfield, he may revert to a back three, bringing in Leonardo Bonucci to complete the Juventus defensive connection.
Christian Maggio started at right-back against Japan, but having struggled against Shinji Kagawa will likely be replaced by Ignazio Abate, who began the tournament against Mexico.
Possible Starting XI: (3-5-1-1) Buffon; Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini; Abate, Marchisio, Montolivo, Aquilani, De Sciglio; Giaccherini; Balotelli.

Players to Watch
Brazil’s No.10 has been in incredible form at the tournament so far, scoring two storming goals and offering a virtuoso performance for the Selecao which proved the difference against Mexico.
Operating mainly from the left-wing in the tournament thus far, his pace, trickery and intelligent movement have been a nightmare for opposing defenders so far, and his assist for Jo’s goal against Mexico was simply astonishing.
Questions have been raised as to whether he has what it takes to lead “his” Brazil into the World Cup next summer. So far, the answers have only been positive.
Mario Balotelli
The 22-year-old AC Milan star has two goals in his two Confederations Cup games so far, and has arguably been Italy’s most important—and perhaps best—player.
He gave the Mexico defence the runaround in the opening game, intelligently dropping into space while also making clever runs in behind. It was a perfect example of how to play as a lone striker. His goal, when he overpowered Mexican skipper Maza Rodriguez, was just reward for his wonderful all-round performance.
Against Japan he was isolated for the most part, but always offered an outlet and during his sides first-half slumber, he was the only man to show any real attacking threat or intent.
With his power, pace and technical prowess all seemingly being harnessed in the most positive of manners at present, the mercurial striker will offer a far greater threat to the Brazil defence than they have faced in their opening two matches.
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Brazil 2-2 Italy
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