Starting XI: Brazil v Mexico
Teams: Brazil v Mexico
Date: 17 June 2014
Venue: Estadio Castelao
Brazil will be looking to build on their win over Croatia, when they take on Mexico in their second World Cup Group A Clash at Estadio Castelao.
The match is scheduled to get underway at 21h00 South African time.
Selecao got their World Cup campaign off to a good start, as a brace from Neymar and a solitary strike helped them come from a goal down to beat an impressive Croatia.
Felipe Scolari's top Group F on goal difference and nothing more than a win will do for the hosts.
Mexico, meanwhile, will also be looking for their second win of the campaign after they defeated Cameroon by a solitary goal.
This will be the fourth time these two sides have met at the World Cup, with Selecao winning on three occasions.
Mexico have only won one of their 11 games at the World Cup against South American sides, losing eight and drawing the other two.
Meanwhile, Striker, Oribe Peralta, will be looking continue his fine form for Mexico, having scored nine goals in his last seven appearances, including the winner against Cameroon.
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Here is how they line up.
Brazil: J.Cesar; D.Alves, T.Silva, D.Luiz, Marcelo; Gustavo, Paulinho, Oscar, Ramires, Fred, Neymar
Mexico: Ochoa, Rodriguez, Marquez, Herrera, Layun, Moreno, Guardado, Peralta, Aguilar, Dos Santos, Vazquez