Current Squad

AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB
1 David Ospina (G) 29 87 -   N/A
12 Camilo Vargas (G) 29 5 -   N/A
22 Jose Cuadrado (G) 33 1 -   N/A
2 Christian Zapata (D) 31 55 2   N/A
3 Oscar Murillo (D) 30 13 -   N/A
4 Santiago Arias (D) 26 41 -   N/A
13 Yerry Mina (D) 23 12 3   N/A
18 Frank Fabra (D) 27 19 1   N/A
20 Johan Mojica (D) 25 4 1   N/A
20 Johan Mojica (D) 25 4 1   N/A
23 Davison Sanchez (D) 22 9 -   N/A
5 Wilmar Barrios (M) 24 10 -   N/A
6 Carlos Sanchez (M) 32 85 -   N/A
8 Abel Aguilar (M) 33 70 7   N/A
10 James Rodriguez (M) 26 63 21   N/A
11 Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (M) 30 70 7   N/A
15 Juan Quintero (M) 25 15 2   N/A
17 Jefferson Lerma (M) 23 5 -   N/A
21 Mateus Uribe (M) 27 8 -   N/A
7 Carlos Bacca (F) 31 45 14   N/A
9 Radamel Falcao (F) 32 73 29   N/A
14 Luis Muriel (F) 27 18 2   N/A
16 Miguel Borja (F) 25 7 2   N/A
19 Jose Heriberto Izquierdo (F) 25 5 1   N/A
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Match in Focus

13:00 TODAY ITV

Brazil v Costa Rica

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Brazil have won ten out of their last 12 World Cup group matches
Expert verdict
The last time Brazil failed to pick up a win from their opening two World Cup matches was 1978 and the Selecao should follow up a draw on matchday one with an emphatic win over a Costa Rica team who have failed to net in three of their last five matches. Expect a major improvement from Brazil's 1-1 draw with Switzerland.