Brazil – Bolivia, live: schedule and where to watch the Qatar 2022 Qualifying match on TV

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At the Corinthians Arena, Neymar’s Brazil receives Bolivia in the soccer match corresponding to Date 1 of the Conmebol Qualifiers.

The Brazilian National Team and the Bolivian National Team face each other today, Friday, October 9, in a new match for Date 1 of the Conmebol South American Qualifiers for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, at the Arena Corinthians Stadium.

With the arbitration of the Uruguayan Leodán González Cabrera, the meeting between Brazil and Bolivia will be played from 9:30 p.m. (Argentine time) and can be seen live through TyC Sports (Channel 101 of Cablevisión and 629 of DirecTV).

You can also follow the minute by minute through the Clarín website.

The 11 of Brazil: Weverton; Danilo, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Renan Lodi; Casemiro, Bruno Guimarães; Philippe Coutinho, Neymar; Everton and Roberto Firmino. DT: Tite.

The 11 of Bolivia: Carlos Lampe; Jesús Sagredo, José María Carrasco, Gabriel Valverde, José Sagredo; Carlos Núñez, Raúl Castro, Diego Wayar, Erwin Sánchez, Jhasmani Campos; Carlos Saucedo. DT: César Farías.

On the Clarín website, in addition to being able to follow the match minute by minute live, you can also check the schedules and the results of the rest of the matches on the date and the Conmebol Qualifiers standings.


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