The October triple-fixture of the South American 2022 World Cup Qualifiers will come to an end today, with the Brazil-Uruguay matchup taking the spotlight. The game will be broadcast in the US by fuboTV.

La Canarinha have been unstoppable in the Conmebol World Cup Qualifiers, winning their first nine games before they dropped their first two points on Sunday in a goalless draw against Colombia.

La Celeste, meanwhile, have struggled to find consistency in their campaign and they come from a painful defeat at the hands of Argentina in a game where Lionel Messi shone and scored. Here, find out how Brazil and Uruguay will line up for their upcoming duel.

Brazil lineup

Tite had good news when Neymar got back for the clash against Colombia, but the PSG star failed to impress. However, he has decided to make a few changes for this game.

Brazil starting XI: Ederson; Emerson, Lucas Verissimo, Thiago Silva, Alex Sandro; Fred, Fabinho; Raphael, Lucas Paqueta, Neymar; Gabriel Jesus.


Uruguay starting XI

Oscar Washington Tabarez is living a tough moment at the helm of La Celeste but he needs to turn the page fast. Barcelona center-back Ronald Araujo picked up an injury against Argentina and was ruled out for this match. Tabarez, therefore, will have to replace him, but he'd also make one more change. Araujo and Brian Rodriguez will be out of the lineup, making room for Rodrigo Bentancur and Edinson Cavani.

Uruguay lineup: Fernando Muslera; Nahitan Nandez, Sebastian Coates, Diego Godin, Matias Viña; Nicolas de la Cruz, Federico Valverde, Matias Vecino, Rodrigo Bentancur; Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani.