Brazil U23 vs Spain U23 Dream11 Prediction | BR U23 VS SP U23: The much-awaited Finals of the Men’s Football Event at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 is all set to start today. As expected, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, and Spain had made it through into the semifinals. Brazil and Spain defeated Mexico and Japan respectively to get into the final and play the Gold Medal Match.
Brazil U23 vs Spain U23 Dream11 Prediction Full Details | Tokyo Olympics 2020
Date: 7th August 2021
Time: 5:00 pm
Venue: The National Stadium, Tokyo, Japan.
Live Stream: Sony Sports Network
Head to Head Brazil-U23 vs Spain-U23
Matches Played: 0
Brazil Won: 0
Spain Won: 0
Brazil and Spain have never come across an international U-23 match at the Olympics or any other tournament to date. It is the first official Olympic meet between Brazil and Spain and. It will be an entertaining contest between the two evenly matched sides.
Brazil vs Spain Squads
Brenno, Antony, Gabriel Martinelli, Douglas Luiz, Richarlison, Guilherme Arana, Aderbar Melo dos Santos Neto, Claudinho, Paulinho, Reinier Jesus Carvalho, Abner Vinicius, Matheus Henrique, Malcom, Matheus Cunha, Ricardo Graca, Gabriel Menino, Lucao, Dani Alves, Diego Carlos, Bruno Guimaraes, Nino, Bruno Fuchs
Mikel Oyarzabal, Pau Torres, Mikel Merino, Oscar Gil, Dani Olmo, Jon Moncayola, Rafa Mir, Marco Asensio, Oscar Mingueza, Alvaro Fernandez, Bryan Gil, Pedri, Juan Miranda, Jesus Vallejo, Unai Simon, Eric Garcia, Ivan Villar, Martin Zubimendi, Dani Ceballos, Marc Cucurella, Javi Puado, Carlos Soler.
The men’s Olympic final:
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National Stadium, Tokyo
7th August, 5:00 pm: Cloudy with high chances of Rain.
Precipitation- 40%, Humidity- 70% high, Wind Speed- 14 km/hr.
Gold Medal Match: Brazil vs Spain Dream 11 Prediction
Brazil is unbeaten in the tournament and is in tremendous form. Brazil is likely to win the Gold Medal Match against Spain in the Final.
Brazil U23 vs Spain U23 Dream11 Prediction | BR Vs SP
- Mikel Oyarzabal(VC)
- Pau Torres
- Mikel Merino
- Oscar Gil
- Dani Olmo