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  • The Brazilians, favorites of this World Cup in Qatar, make their entry into the running this Thursday (8 p.m.) against Serbia in group G.

  • Tite's men want to start in a group within their reach, made up of Switzerland and Cameroon.

  • Neymar is eagerly awaited in this competition after Brazil's elimination against Belgium in the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup.

  • Very complicated mission for Serbia which has never managed to reach the knockout stages of a World Cup.

  • Also find below the lives of the three other matches of the day that we were able to follow on

    20 Minutes

    this Thursday, as well as the general live, which covers all the news of the World Cup of the day, and which will not be closed until at the end of this Brazil-Serbia.

Switzerland - Cameroon LIVE: Who to create the surprise in the Brazil group?... Follow the match with us...

Uruguay - South Korea LIVE: Last dance for the Cavani-Suarez generation... Follow the match with us from 1:30 p.m....

Portugal - Ghana LIVE: Cristiano Ronaldo more than ever at the center of the debates at the start of this World Cup... Follow the match with us from 4:30 p.m....

2022 World Cup LIVE: Camavinga lining Hernandez on the left?

Follow the day Thursday with us...

12 p.m.: Bom dia to all and welcome to 20 Minutes to follow this match between Brazil and Serbia.

It's D-Day for Neymar and his band, who are finally entering this 2022 World Cup, against Serbia (8 p.m.).

An affordable group G for Brazilians, who will also find Switzerland and Cameroon, as in 2014 at home.

Tite's men, big favorites in this competition, want to start strong and send a message, they who have not won the trophy for twenty years.

But beware of Serbia's attacking trio of Dusan Tadic (Ajax), Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham) and Dusan Vlahovic (Juventus Turin), which could hurt the Brazilian rear guard very badly.

See you around 7:30 p.m. to follow the pre-match together, with a kick-off scheduled for 8 p.m.

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