How to watch the 2026 World Cup qualifying matches

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Will something magical happen in the upcoming 2026 South American Football World Cup qualifiers?

Brazil hopes things go as planned. But don’t count on Venezuela, as the two countries are about to face off.

Brazil scored two wins in the first round of South American qualifying in September, but still needs some work later on.

Brazil, ranked third by FIFA, beat Bolivia 5-1 thanks to braces from Neymar and Rodrygo.

But in the second round, Peru launched a tough attack against Brazil, and Brazil needed Marquinhos to score the winning goal in the 90th minute to win 1-0.

If Venezuela can hold on, can they be the party to get results?

After losing to Colombia in their qualifier opener, Venezuela also showed its magic against Paraguay.Salomon Rondon scored a penalty kick in the 93rd minute pull vinotinto 1-0 win.

Here’s everything you need to know about capturing action:

Brazil vs Venezuela (World Cup Qualifiers)

  • when: Thursday, October 12
  • Where: Pantanal Arena (Brazil)
  • time: 8:30 p.m. ET
  • Channel/Streaming Media: Vickers

World Cup qualifying starting lineup

Possible line-up for Brazil:
Ederson; Danilo, Marquinhos, Gabriel, Alana; Guimarães, Casemiro; Rodrigo, Neymar, Vinicius Junior; Jesus

Venezuela Possible lineup:
Romo; Gonzalez, Osorio, Ángel, Navarro; Sousa, Rincon, Herrera, Soteldo; Joseph Martinez, Rondon

World Cup Qualifying Odds and Betting Lines

World Cup qualifying odds provided by FanDuel Sportsbook. Odds last updated Wednesday at 5:13pm

Brazil(-1150) vs Venezuela(+2900)

Draw: (+800)

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