Tokyo 2020 is coming to an end and the men's soccer gold medal will be up for grabs soon. Brazil and Spain will face each other on Saturday, August 7, looking to claim the ultimate glory in the Olympic Games. Here, find out how both sides would line up for the final.
La Canarinha are one game away from winning their second Olympic tournament in a row after claiming their first Olympic gold medal in history at Río 2016. Will they finish the competition strongly with the top prize?
Meanwhile, Spain have come a long way to this grand final as well after struggling in the group stage. In the knockout stages they came up strong, but now they'll face their biggest challenge so far.
Confirmed lineups for Brazil vs Spain in men's soccer gold medal match
The Summer Olympics will be over and Brazil want to finish the men's soccer tournament with the coveted Olympic gold medal in their hands. After winning Group D, they have recorded two hard-fought wins in the knockout phase, first against Egypt, and then over Mexico on penalties.
La Verde-amarela want to write history again in the Olympic Games, and Brazil coach Andre Jardine has chosen this lineup to go after it: Santos; Diego Carlos, Nino, Dani Alves, Guilherme Arana; Luiz Douglas, Guimaraes, Matheus Cunha, Antony, Claudinho; Richarlison.
Meanwhile, Spain are looking forward to upsetting the reigning champions and take the gold medal away from them. They have left Ivory Coast and Japan on the way to the final, where they'll chase the ultimate prize.
Spain coach Luis de la Fuente has put this team on the pitch: Unai Simón; Óscar Gil, Eric García, Pau Torres, Marc Cucurella; Martín Zubimendi, Mikel Merino, Pedri; Dani Olmo, Mikel Oyarzabal, Marco Asensio.