The Real Madrid megastar will miss this start as he battles tendinitis. Still, Portugal will arrive to this match with their confidence on high as they sit atop Group F for World Cup qualifying by two points over Russia. However, Brazil are also soaring. El Selecao have lost just one match all year, and they captured the Confederations Cup with an eye-opening 3-0 triumph. When: Tuesday, September 10 at 9 p.
m. ET; Wednesday, September 11 at 2 a. BSTWhere: Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, MassachusettsTV Coverage: beIN SportOdds: Brazil -1, Portugal +1 according to BovadaKey Storyline: Can Brazil Maintain Top Form? As I mentioned above, Brazil have lost only one match this year. That came in August with a shock loss to Switzerland. However, other than that, this proud soccer nation has been fantastic. After a few years of subpar play (for Brazil, anyway), this team is bearing the fruit of developing young players in that period. Neymar led the charge in the Confederations Cup as he came up huge time and again.
Brazil vs. Portugal: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info and PreviewLars Baron/Getty ImagesBrazil and Portugal will wage what should be an entertaining friendly on Tuesday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. This will give Americans a golden opportunity to witness some scintillating, upper-echelon soccer. Unfortunately, this will not be a chance to witness that soccer from Cristiano Ronaldo.