Brazil host Panama in their penultimate friendly game before they host the World Cup. This game is taking place in Goiás. Time to experiment or will Scolari be looking to hit the ground running in their opening tie in just over a week's time?
They'll be raring to go, and the entire squad are fighting for a place in the starting XI in the opening Group A fixture. They have just one more game (against Serbia) in a few days before they have nothing left to do but wait. Their recent results have shown they are stepping up their prep, with 14 wins from their last 15 ince their 2-2 draw with England. They've smashed Australia Honduras and South Africa in the last 6-9 months, conceding 2 and scoring 25 in their last 7 games (winning all 7). The squad is strong, and this group will be looking to play attacking football. I can see nothing but a very comfortable win, probably to nil.