What channel is Brazil v Serbia World Cup match on? Kick off time, TV coverage and live stream details
Check out how to watch Brazil v Serbia in the World Cup, including TV channel, kick-off time and odds.
Brazil are bidding to kick off their Group G campaign by beating Serbia at a second successive World Cup.
The Selecao secured a 2-0 victory over the Eastern Europeans at Russia 2018 and a repeat would offer encouragement that they can secure a record-extending sixth title.
Tite's attacking squad is jam-packed full of Premier League talent including Bruno Guimaraes, Gabriel Martinelli and Lucas Paqueta while Neymar and Vinicius Junior add the x-factor.
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Brazil are the favourites to win the whole thing having reeled off seven victories in a row, but Serbia will be no pushovers having topped a World Cup qualification group containing Portugal and avoiding defeat in their last five fixtures.
Aleksandar Mitrovic usually leads the line for Dragan Stojkovic's side but the Fulham striker faces a race against time to prove his fitness.
RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Brazil v Serbia on TV and online.
When is Brazil v Serbia?
Brazil v Serbia will take place on Thursday 24th November 2022.
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Brazil v Serbia kick-off time
Brazil v Serbia will kick off at 7pm.
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What TV channel is Brazil v Serbia on?
Brazil v Serbia will be shown live on BBC One with live coverage from 6:30pm.
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How to live stream Brazil v Serbia online
You can also live stream the Brazil v Serbia game online via the BBC iPlayer.
The streaming platform is available on a range of devices, from desktop and laptop computers to smartphones and tablets via the app.
Brazil v Serbia referee
The referee for Brazil v Serbia has been confirmed as Alireza Faghani of Iran.
Brazil v Serbia odds
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Brazil v Serbia prediction
RadioTimes.com has more coverage for this World Cup than any football tournament before. You can check out the full Brazil v Serbia predictions guide for expert insight into the game, as well as predicted line-ups for both teams.