Brazil will look to reclaim their winning ways as they take on Colombia in the FIFA World Cup 2026 qualifiers at Estadio Metropolitano in Atlantico, Colombia. Despite being without star striker Neymar, who is recovering from an ACL injury, the team will rely on forwards Vinicius Jr. and Rodrygo to lead the attack, with Vinicius Jr. in particularly good form with Real Madrid. The midfield will be anchored by Bruno Guimaraes, who will step up to take on the responsibility of Casemiro’s absence.
Brazil currently finds themselves in third place in the CONCACAF qualifiers and a win against Colombia could potentially see them move up to second place in the table, depending on other results. Meanwhile, Colombia sits in fifth place but has an opportunity to move up to third place if other matches end in a draw. With both teams vying for a spot at the top of the table, this match promises to be an exciting showdown between two powerhouse football nations.