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England vs. Brazil: Our prediction

Our prediction for tonight's international clash between England and Brazil, which kicks off at 7.30pm at Wembley Stadium.

This evening, England  will play host to one of the most under-pressure international squads in the world, Brazil.

The Verde-Amarela are hosts for the 2014 World Cup and the nation that once held the title as the world's greatest team are under mounting pressure from their public to gain some past glory. The Brazilians are almost expected by Brazilains to win the next World Cup- and they will be out to prove a point.

Although this may be a friendly, do not expect any freindships to be made during this game.

Brazil's manager, Felipe Scolari has recalled former world beater Ronaldinho back into the fold. The 32-year-old is expected to start, alongside Neymar and Chelsea's David Luiz (who captains the side). Other Premiership players who will appear are Chelsea duo Ramires and Oscar, as well as QPR's goalkeeper Julio Cesar.

So against Brazil's all star line-up, do England have a chance?

Well, Roy Hodgson has opted to mix a bit of old (Gerard, Ashley Cole) with a bit of new (Wilshere, Cleverley) thus our chances are hard to predict. It is the first time taht many of these key players would have played with one another.

As it is a friendly, we should expect many changes throughout the game as 'Woy' tries out different formations. However, the desire to show our class against such a formidable opponent should give us an extra little bit of motivation.

We predict that midfeild will be key in this game- as Wilshere and Gerard dual against Brazil's Ramires and Adriano. Both our players can break the game up well and get attacks moving.

All in all, the England fan should not expect much from this game- many players will be cautious not to pick up an injury in this important part of the domestic season.

Our prediction: England 1 - 2 Brazil...

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