Brazil vs Argentina

Brazil vs Argentina : The Soccer Football in How To Watch Friendly Match” Argentina coach Scaloni is set to hand debuts to several youngsters when they face Iraq in a friendly, and there is no Messi in the side Lionel Messi will again be absent from Argentina’s squad when they travel to Saudi Arabia next month to take on Iraq and Brazil in two friendly matches.

Brazil vs Argentina

“I talked to him and we still think that the best thing is that he doesn’t come, that he’s not in. We are in a different stage and these guys have to keep putting on the shirt of the national team and see what they show, which is the most important thing.”

Messi, 31, has not turned out for his national team since their 4-3 defeat at the hands of France in the first knockout round of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

His continued absence from the Argentina squad will likely cause further speculation that he may be preparing to depart the international stage altogether.

However, he reversed his decision two months later and subsequently played a key role in Argentina qualifying for Russia 2018.

As European national teams are set to contest the UEFA Nations league, Argentina will face Iraq in Riyadh as part of a tournament that also involves Saudi Arabia and Brazil.

Iraq has been given the all-clear by FIFA to host their first international matches in three decades in specific parts of the country, and also played a series of fixtures in Basra earlier in the year.

In the four-year cycle of international football, the year that follows a World Cup is silly season for South American countries.

Until then, there is nothing but friendlies. Many are money-chasing exercises played around the world, but that does not render them meaningless. Many coaches are new to their job and they relish every opportunity to get together with players and define a style of play.

So, taking teams in order from most- to least-prepared, here the 10 CONMEBOL nations stand as they go into this month’s FIFA dates, as well as the opponents they are set to face.

Oscar Washington Tabarez’s second spell as manager began in 2006 and keeps rolling, despite a minor hiccup last month when problems in the domestic game prevented him from signing a new contract. An assistant took charge for a friendly against Mexico and the fact Uruguay won 4-1 is perhaps proof that the national team is so organised that it practically runs itself. This year will be used to introduce graduates from a highly successful

Retaining the services of Argentine coach Ricardo Gareca was a welcome relief after he took a young side to Peru’s first World Cup since 1982, identifying a promising group of players and filling them with confidence. The same squad, minus centre-forward Paolo Guerrero (ruled out by a doping ban) still have more to give.

The five-time World Cup winners are under more short-term pressure than any of their continental rivals. A disappointing recent tournament record, plus the fact that they are hosts