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Brazil vs Uruguay, Confederations Cup Semi-Final: Open Thread

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The TV broadcast for today’s semi-final of the Confederations Cup between Brazil and Uruguay begins at 2:30pm ET on ESPN and WatchESPN.

The starting line-ups have been announced:

Brazil starting lineup: Cesar, Alves, Thiago, Luiz, Marcelo, Fred, Neymar, Oscar, Gustavo, Paulinho and Hulk.

Uruguay starting lineup: Muslera, Lugano, Godin, Rodriguez, Suarez, Forland, Pereira, Arevalo, Gonzalez, Cavani and Caceres.

The match is being played at the Estadio Mineirao in Belo Horizonte. The winner will play Spain or Italy in the final on Sunday.

Before, during or after today’s match, join the conversation in the comments section below.

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4 Responses to Brazil vs Uruguay, Confederations Cup Semi-Final: Open Thread

  1. G. Footie says:

    They moved the game over to ESPNEWS!

  2. The Gaffer says:

    It’s incredible how much gusto the fans and players sing the Brazilian national anthem. You’d never see that with the England national anthem.

    The Gaffer

  3. Ivan says:

    This Brazilian side is poor by this country’s lofty standards…but, they are hosting next summer so they are a lock in to get at least to the semi-final…

    Heck: if they don’t get to the semis, who would?

    We all remember the most criminal enterprise in the modern history of the World Cups whereby South Korea was catapulted to the semis in 2002 thanks to shocking refereeing v. both Spain and Italy in the elimination rounds…

    I am sure the refs would come big for Selesao when it matters next year…

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