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Brazil, the defending champion, takes on Chile in the Copa America quarter-finals on Saturday morning with the hopes of advancing to the last four (6am, Bangladesh Standard Time).

Brazil very effortlessly glided through the group stage, winning their first three matches, despite high hopes to regain the championship on home soil.

In their way will be a Chilean team looking to rebound from a poor conclusion to the group stage, which saw them lose their final game 2-0 to Paraguay.


Brazil made many changes for the final group game against Ecuador, and star forward Neymar is expected to return to the starting lineup after scoring two goals and providing two assists in the first three games of the tournament.


Chile is likely to be without talismanic striker Alexis Sanchez, who has been declared out indefinitely, and in his absence, Eduardo Vargas has led the line admirably, scoring two goals to secure draws in difficult matches for his team.


Brazil has won 51 games, drawn 13 games, and lost 8 games in the 72 matches between the two teams, including a 3-0 victory in the most recent meeting.

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