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Match Summary
England Squad
Brazil Squad
Team Records
   
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The Seleção Squad to face England  February 2013
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
Adriano
 Claro, Adriano Correia
26 October 1984 28 D FC Barcelona, Spain 11 0
Adriano has been awarded one more appearance by the CBF, but this was against Al-Kuwait FC in October 2006.
Arouca
 da Silva,
Marcos Arouca
11 August 1986 26 M Santos FC 3 0
Daniel Alves
 
da Silva, Daniel Alves
6 May 1983 29 D FC Barcelona, Spain 59 5
Daniel Alves has been awarded one more appearance by the CBF, but this was against Al-Kuwait FC in October 2006.
Dante
 Costa Santos, Dante Bonfim
18 October 1983 29 D FC FC Bayern, München eV eV, Germany 0 0
David Luiz
 
Moreira Marinho, David Luiz
22 April 1987 25 D Chelsea FC, England 17 0
Diego Alves
 Carreira, Diego Alves
24 June 1985 27 G Valencia CF SAD, Spain 7 1 GA
Filipe Luís
 
Kasmirski, Filipe Luís
9 August 1985 27 D Club Atlético de Madrid SAD, Spain 1
75 min
0
Fred
 
Chaves Guedes, Frederico
3 October 1983 29 F Fluminense FC 19 7
Fred has been awarded one more appearance by the CBF, but this was against Al-Kuwait FC in October 2006.
Hernanes
 de Carvalho Viana Lima, Anderson Hernanes
29 May 1985 27 M SS Lazio SpA, Italy 8 1
Hernanes withdrew from the squad on 1 February due to a head injury, he was replaced with Jean.
Hulk
 
de Souza, Givanildo Vieira
25 July 1986 26 F FC Zenit, Russia 18 6
Jean
 Moreira, Jean Raphael Vanderlei
24 June 1986 26 M Fluminense FC 1 0
Jean was called into the squad on 1 February as a replacement for Hernanes.
Júlio César
 
Espíndola, Júlio César Soares
3 September 1979 33 G Queen's Park Rangers FC, England 64 44 GA
Leandro Castan
 
da Silva, Leandro Castan
5 November 1986 26 D AS Roma SpA, Italy 2 0
Lucas Moura
 da Silva, Lucas Rodrigues Moura
13 August 1992 20 M Paris-Saint Germain FC, France 22 3
Luís Fabiano
 Clemente, Luis Fabiano
11 August 1980 32 F São Paulo FC 44 28
Miranda
 de Souza Filho, João Miranda
7 September 1984 28 D Club Atlético de Madrid SAD, Spain 6 0
Neymar
 
da Silva Santos Júnior, Neymar
5 February 1992 20 F Santos FC 27 17
Oscar
 
dos Santos Emboaba Júnior, Oscar
9 September 1991 21 M Chelsea FC, England 12 4
Paulinho
 
Bezerra Maciel Júnior, José Paulo
25 July 1988 24 M SC Corinthians Paulista 8 2
Ramires
 do Nascimento, Ramire Santos
24 March 1987 25 M Chelsea FC, England 33 3
Ronaldinho
 de Assis Moreira, Ronaldo
21 March 1980 32 M Clube Atlético Mineiro 94 34
Ronaldinho has been awarded five more appearances by the CBF, but these were against Catalonia twice, Al-Kuwait FC, Seville FC and Lucerne FC.

Squad details correct up to and including Brazil's match against Argentina on 21 November 2012.
All tallies from Sambafoot.com/André Do Nascimento Pereira
(full first team appearances only,
does not include Olympic teams
or first team matches against non-FIFA sides)

Diary

Tuesday, 22 January 2013 - New Brazil manager Luiz Felipe Scolari has named his first Brazil squad since his reappointment of the national team, recalling the likes of Ronaldinho, QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar and Luis Fabiano. There was, though, no space for Kaka in the selection, compounding a bad month for the Real Madrid star after the collapse of a proposed loan move to former side AC Milan. Among those called to the squad are Spain-based defenders Mirandaand Filipe Luis, who both have not played for Brazil since 2009, both of Atletico Madrid.  They have been key to their side's fine form in La Liga and were heavily tipped for inclusion. Also included is Bayern Munich defender Dante, a member of one of European football's meanest defences this season. There was, however, no room for his Brazilian colleagues Rafinha and Luiz Gustavo. Hulk retains his place in the squad, despite a disappointing campaign in Russia, while Fred and Arouca are complete the domestic inclusions. Lazio star Hernanes, too, is recalled in midfield. Among the notable absentees tipped for consideration are Shakhtar duo of Willian and Fernandinho, Porto's Fernando, Internacional's Leandro Damiao and Manchester United's Rafael.

Friday, 1 February 2013 - Hernanes has been withdrawn from the squad after sustaining a head injury whilst playing for Lazio, in the Italia Cup match against Juventus FC. His place has gone to to the Jean, from Fluminese. Incidentally, Hernanes and Jean both played together as teenagers at São Paulo.

Monday, 4 February 2013 - David Luiz is a doubt for the match against England. The 25-year-old defender last featured as a substitute in the Chelsea's 0-0 draw at Swansea City, but ended the game limping and hasn't played since.  David Luiz is awaiting confirmation on the extent of his injury and could miss out on lining up alongside club team-mates Oscar and Ramires.  "I didn't play for three matches because my calf still hurts. Today I'm going through some exams with [Brazil's physician Jose] Runco, he asked me. I'm training at 100% already and I hope to play for Selecao."

Brazil Form: last six games
W W W W D L   f 22:a 4  success: 75%
824 10 September 2012 - Brazil 8 China 0 [2-0]
José do Rego Maciel, Recife
Ramires, Neymar (3), Lucas Moura, Hulk, Liu Jiayne (og), Oscar Fr HW
825 19 September 2012 - Brazil 2 Argentina 1 [1-1]
Estádio Serra Dourada, Goiânia
Paulinho, Neymar
Juan Martinez
HW
826 11 October 2012 - Iraq 0 Brazil 6 [0-2]
Swedbank Arena, Malmö
Oscar (2), Kaka, Hulk, Neymar, Lucas Moura NW
827 16 October 2012 - Japan 0 Brazil 4 [0-2]
Stadion Miejski, Wrocławiu
Paulinho, Neymar (2), Kaka NW
828 14 November 2012 - Colombia 1 Brazil 1 [1-0]
Met Life Stadium, East Rutherford, USA
Cuadrado
Neymar
ND
829 21 November 2012 - Argentina 2 Brazil 1 [0-0]
pens
[3-4]

Estadio de La Bombonera, Buenos Aires
Scocco (2)
Fred
TC AL

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CG