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Fluminense vs Flamengo: Where to watch live, schedule and line-up |  Brazil Cup

Fluminense vs Flamengo: Where to watch live, schedule and line-up | Brazil Cup

Fluminense that it Flamingo The contention for a place in the quarter-finals of the Copa do Brasil begins on Tuesday, at 9 pm (Brasilia time), in the Maracanã. The match will be broadcast by Sportive and Premiere across Brazil starting at 7pm. a General Electric It also follows the match in real time with exclusive videos and highlights. (Click here to access).

Lara Groppi analyzes the duel between Flamengo and Fluminense in the Round of 16 of the 2023 Brazil Cup

Where to watch

  • flow: sportv and Premiere (Pan-Brazil), with narration by Luiz Carlos Jr. And comments by Lidio Carmona and Pedrino.
  • at present: a General Electric The match presentation is accompanied by bidding and with exclusive video clips (click here and follow).
  • Check out the Brazil Cup schedule

Fluminense reached their first duel on the back of two straight victories in Brazil – both 2-0 scorelines. The team beat Cruzeiro at Mineirão and beat Cuiabá at Maracanã. For the match, the Flu had an important loss: defensive midfielder Alexander, a young player on the team, suffered a medial collateral ligament strain in his left knee. Keanu, who was injured in the left thigh, is also out.

Flamengo also comes off two straight victories, over Goias (2-0) and Bahia (3 to 2), but it still needs convincing football. On Saturday, in Salvador, things almost got complicated with two others. Striker Pedro, the team’s top scorer of the year with 22 goals in 23 matches, is almost certainly missing. He is recovering from an adductor muscle injury in his right thigh, did not take to the field in training on Monday and will not be on the list.

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Possible lineups

Fluminense – Coach: Fernando Diniz

Fluminense must make three changes in relation to the team that beat Cuiaba last Saturday. Andre returns to the team in place of Thiago Santos, after completing his suspension. Samuel Xavier, who has recovered from edema in his left thigh, returns in a vacant spot at Goga. Coach Fernando Diniz also tested Gabriel Pirani on the team, and the quarterback took the lead in the feud with JFK. Still, Lima will remain as a second wheel.

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The potential tri-colour line-up includes: Fabio, Samuel Xavier, Nino, Felipe Melo and Marcelo; Andre Walima, Gansu and Gabriel Pirani; Arias and Kano.

Those abroad: Lilly (cannot enter because he played for Volta Redonda), Alexandre (medial collateral ligament injury in left knee), Gustavo Apis (left knee), Jorge (right knee), Kino (groin injury), Maroni (groin injury) and Vitor Mendes (away).

Flamengo – Coach: Jorge Sampaoli

In the 3-2 win over Bahia, last Saturday, Jorge Sampaoli confirmed that he had made five medical substitutions. The wear and tear is also justified by the fact that the team has not had a day off since the arrival of the Argentine, who made his debut on April 17.

Thus, Mateus Cunha, Everton Cipolineha, Thiago Maya, Matheus França and David Luiz, a quintet tied at half-time in El Salvador, became doubtful in the match. The balance was positive, with only David being ignored.

Potential team: Santos Wesley, Fabricio Bruno, Leo Pereira and Ayrton Lucas; Victor Hugo, Eric Polgar, Gerson, and Arascaita; Mateus Franca (Everton Cipolineha) and Gabigol.

Those abroad: Mateusinho (recovering from tibia surgery) and David Luiz (right hamstring injury detected).


  • to rule: Anderson Daronco (FIFA-RS)
  • Assistants: Bruno Rafael Perez (FIFA-GO) and Danilo Ricciardo Simon Manes (FIFA-SP)
  • Video Assistant Referee: Diane Caroline Muniz dos Santos (FIFA-SP)
  • Fourth rule: Yuri Eleno Ferreira da Cruz (RJ)

Anderson Daronco will be the arbiter of the classics – Photography: Alexandre Durau