Brazil has advanced to the round of 16 of the World Cup and may make changes with players like Ederson, Dani Alves, and Gabriel Jesus in their so-called backup lineup.


Brazil was one of just three teams to secure their spot in the World Cup’s knockout round with one game remaining.


They now have the luxury of a leisurely final game thanks to their victory over Switzerland on Monday, but they still need to secure first place. They face Cameroon, who must also win to advance, but can afford to rest some of its top players before the round of 16.

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Brazil was considered the favorite to win the World Cup when it arrived in Qatar, and it is simple to understand why given their all-star roster. In spite of Neymar’s injury, manager Tite is still able to select a strong starting lineup as he goes for another win and a spotless record. There won’t likely be much of a drop-off if he decides to change up his entire lineup.

The depth the South Americans have added to the World Cup is highlighted by the several adjustments they are apparently planning. Neymar, who is working to recover from an injury in time for the knockout stage, is already being missed.

However, their so-called second-string include a host of players who have won trophies and have significant club roles. Ederson of Manchester City is set to start in goal instead of Alisson of Liverpool as the argument over who is superior rages on.

Alongside Gleison Bremer, who made a summer transfer from Torino to Juventus, Eder Militao, a former champion of the Champions League, would be in charge of the defense. Alex Telles would complete the back four, while Dani Alves, who has more than 100 caps and a plethora of experience, would join the team.

Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, and Rodrygo may all participate in the assault.

At this World Cup, the highly regarded Bruno Guimaraes has only ever played from the bench. The Newcastle midfielder, who joined the Magpies just over a year ago, has become a sensation in the Premier League and is already being connected with clubs like Real Madrid.

Vinicius Junior’s club teammate Rodrygo, who has seven goals this season for Los Blancos, would replace him. Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli of Arsenal have been instrumental in the Gunners’ improbable title run and are exuding confidence.

This season, their link-up play has already caused a number of defenses to crumble; in the Middle East, they may have the chance to do so again. The attack would be finished by Antony, who last summer passed Wayne Rooney as Manchester United’s second-most expensive player in history.

Ederson, Alves, Militao, Bremer, Telles, Fabinho, Guimaraes, Antony, Rodrygo, Jesus, and Martinelli might all start for Brazil.