Argentina vs Brazil

Argentina vs Brazil Live Streaming, International Friendly: When & Where to watch, Telecast, Time in IST. Brazil vs Argentina, International Friendly: How to watch BRA vs ARG football friendly online? Which channel will telecast the match live on TV?

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Two South American giants – Brazil and Argentina – clash in Saudi Arabia in an international friendly encounter to renew the South American derby in what is a highly-anticipated contest for football fans all across the globe. While the Selecao will be full strength, with the likes of Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Philipe Coutinho and more included in the squad, La Albiceleste will be missing their skipper Lionel Messi who has decided to take an indefinite break from international football.

Neymar had set up Gabriel Jesus and Alex Sandro in Brazil’s 2-0 win over Saudi Arabia while Argentina had Lautaro Martinez, Roberto Pereyra, Germán Pezzella, and Franco Cervi on target in the 4-0 win over Iraq. For Argentina’s caretaker manager Lionel Scaloni, however, the Brazil test will be the biggest of his managerial career.

Against Brazil, the Mauro Icardi is expected to lead the line while Paulo Dybala and Angel Correa are likely to support him in the attack on the wings. Sergio Romero will be the guardian between the sticks while Giovani Lo Celso is likely to play the role of the attacking midfielder behind the striker.

Brazil coach Tite would have Alisson guard the net this time after Ederson held the spot between the sticks against Saudi Arabia. Filipe Luis, Arthur and Roberto Firmino are some of the players who are likely to start the game.

Here’s all you need to know about Brazil vs Argentina, International Friendly match:

When and what time will Brazil vs Argentina, International Friendly match start?

Brazil vs Argentina, International Friendly match will start at 11:30 PM IST (October 16) in India and 7 PM BST.

Where will Brazil vs Argentina, International Friendly match be played?

Brazil vs Argentina, International Friendly match will be played at the King Abdullah Sports City Reserve Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Which channel will telecast Brazil vs Argentina, International Friendly match on TV?

Brazil vs Argentina, International Friendly match will not be aired live on TV in India. In some other countries, however, the official broadcast is with TyC Sports (Argentina), SporTV (Brazil), beIN Sports 1 (France), Astro SuperSport 2 (Malaysia) and beIN Sports (United States).

How to watch the live streaming of Brazil vs Argentina international friendly online?

The live streaming of Brazil vs Argentina international friendly doesn’t have an official streaming platform in India.

What are the likely starting XIs of the Brazil vs Argentina international friendly match?

Brazil: Alisson; Danilo, Mirando, Marquinhos, Marcelo, Casemiro, Augusto, Coutinho,Richarlison, de Jesus, Neymar

Argentina: Romero; Bustos, Otamendi, Pezzella, Tagliafico, Maksimovic, Dybala, Meza, Lo Celso, Salvio, Icardi

Michigan State vs Penn State

Michigan State vs Penn State: Coming off a bye week following their crushing loss to Ohio State, the Penn State Nittany Lions return to action Saturday when they host the Michigan State Spartansat 3:30 p.m. ET. In the latest Penn State vs. Michigan State odds.

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The Nittany Lions are 13.5-point favorites, while the over-under for total points scored is 53, down from an open of 56.5. Both teams enter the Saturday Big Ten game with a 1-1 conference record and the bitter taste of defeat still in their mouths. Before you enter your Penn State vs. Michigan State picks, you’ll want to check out what SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh has to say.

The renowned co-founder of AccuScore, Oh simulates each game 10,000 times using the SportsLine projection model. Oh is crushing college football in 2018, and he has been extremely impressive when it comes to handicapping Penn State, as he boasts a 10-1 mark against the spread over the past two seasons on games involving the Nittany Lions. Anyone who has followed him is way up.

Now, he has crunched the numbers and generated a strong point-spread selection for Penn State vs. Michigan State. It’s only available over at SportsLine.

Oh knows that Penn State can keep its foot in the door of the College Football Playoff with a dominant performance. Even in their loss to Ohio State at home, the Nittany Lions looked like serious title contenders.

Quarterback Trace McSorley did everything he could to lead Penn State to glory, accumulating a staggering 461 yards of total offense against the Buckeyes. If he puts together a similar performance against the Spartans, Michigan State will have trouble keeping pace with Penn State’s explosive offense.

But just because Penn State features a high-powered attack doesn’t mean it will cover a 13.5-point spread against a Michigan State team that has defeated the Nittany Lions in four of the past five meetings.

Michigan State has been battle-tested in tight football games this season, with no margin of victory exceeding 14 points. If things stay tight, the Spartans might be able to force Penn State to relive some of the unfortunate mistakes that cost them against Ohio State.

To do that, Michigan State will need Brian Lewerke to avoid turnovers and manage the game on the road. He has already proven he can put up strong numbers against Penn State, throwing for 400 yards and two touchdowns in the Spartans’ home victory last season.

Oh has analyzed this matchup from every possible angle and while we can tell you he’s leaning over, he has discovered a crucial x-factor that makes one side of the spread a must-back. He’s only sharing his pick over at SportsLine

Ohio State vs Minnesota

Ohio State vs Minnesota: As usual, we at Scarlet And Game will make our predictions for this week’s Ohio State football game as the Buckeyes host the Golden Gophers.

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Last week the Ohio State football team struggled for three quarters but pulled away late to defeat the Indiana Hoosiers 49-26. I struggled from the second quarter on because I realized my chance of winning the weekly prediction was out the window.

The winner was my nemesis Thomas Scurlock who predicted a 25 point Buckeye victory. Tom, Blake and I are now tied with two wins apiece on the season. Come on Shayne, time to pick your game up buddy.

Here are our Scarlet And Game predictions for Ohio State vs. Minnesota. As much as it bothers me, since Tom won last week he has the honor of going first.

Tom:The last time P.J. Fleck brought a team into the Horseshoe he gave the Buckeyes all they could handle.  I don’t think it will be a similar experience this time.

Minnesota started the season 3-0 but has dropped two-straight and neither game was close. In the games against Maryland and Iowa, the Golden Gophers allowed 90 points and 852 yards, and turned the ball over seven times.

Fleck is starting a true freshman at quarterback.  Zack Annexstad started the season well, but as the competition improved his numbers are starting to reflect what you would expect from a freshman.

He’s sharing the backfield with fellow freshman Bryce Williams who is starting because the team lost senior Rodney Smith to a season ending injury in week two.

Annexstad does have a good receiver in junior Tyler Johnson.  He has 402 yards and six touchdowns on the year.

I don’t expect the defense to have too much trouble slowing down their offense.

Ryan Day will have his pick of the playbook.  The Terps burned Minnesota on the ground and the Hawkeyes torched them through the air.

Dwayne Haskins will play well again, but I expect to see more of J.K Dobbins and Mike Weber.  I think both will reach 100 yards.

Fleck is a fiery young coach who will have his team motivated.  The Gophers are just too inexperienced to make this a close game. Buckeyes 52-13

Crawford vs Benavidez

Crawford vs Benavidez: If the recent build to UFC 229 and the beef between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Conor McGregor has taught us anything, there’s nothing quite like the presence of real animosity between fighters to get fans excited.

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It’s no different in boxing, especially for WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford on Saturday in his home city of Omaha, Nebraska. In what was first met by critics as simply a stay-busy fight, Crawford’s title defense against fellow unbeaten Jose Benavidez Jr. at CHI Health Center (ESPN, 10:30 p.m. ET) has escalated into much more.

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Crawford (33-0, 24 KOs), a former undisputed junior welterweight champion who’s among the best pound-for-pound fighters in the sport, said the war of words between the two began in February when Crawford attended a Top Rank event in Corpus Christi, Texas. Benavidez (27-0 ,18 KOs), who fought on the card, boldly approached Crawford to call him out.

“He just came up to me, told me that I was ducking him, I never wanted to sign a fight, I never signed a contract, I was scared of him, and he was going to knock me out,” Crawford said. “So I told him, I said, ‘Man, don’t you got a fight? You need to focus on your fight before you focus on me right now. You need to be focused on your fight.’ Then just a little heated discussion.

“He’s trying to piggyback off of my name to make himself bigger. You know, talk is cheap. We’re in the same division, same promoter. It’s an interesting fight. He’s always saying that I’m fighting smaller guys, so this is a chance to see what you are made of.”

Months later, the fight became a reality as both added more fuel to the fire by exchanging trash talk in their respective interviews. But the tensions boiled over considerably on Wednesday during media day when Crawford walked in on Benavidez’s public workout and started having words.

Top Rank cameras picked up the exchange, which started a bit tongue-in-cheek and quickly turned serious when Benavidez said, “I’m going to do you a favor in Round 2 and fix your teeth” in response to Crawford telling him, “I’m going to beat your ass.”

With his team around him, Crawford drew big laughs by needling Benavidez by saying, “I’m going to get all them burritos out you boy.” He then challenged Benavidez to bet his entire purse on the fight. But tensions boiled over when Crawford, after being called a b—-, told Benavidez, “Your momma is a b—-” and the two fighters quickly needed to be separated.

The fight is an interesting one for Crawford, who stopped Jeff Horn in June to claim the WBO title in his welterweight debut and is seemingly short on big-name options considering the majority of top fighters at 147 pounds are aligned with Al Haymon and Premier Boxing Champions.

Terence Crawford (c) -3500 Jose Benavidez +1200 WBO Welterweight title
 Shakur Stevenson -2000 Viorel Simion +800 Junior lightweight

The 26-year-old Benavidez, the brother of WBC super middleweight titleholder David Benavidez, makes up for a lack of top-level experience with his exciting style and brash personality. And despite not having faced anyone of even remote comparison to the talent level of Crawford, Benavidez hasn’t backed down for a second. In fact, it doesn’t seem part of his DNA.

In a feature penned this week by ESPN’s Mark Kriegel, Benavidez talked at length about the turmoil that has embroiled his life outside the ring. Along with a difficult relationship with his aggressive father and manager Jose Sr., Benavidez survived a gun shot to the leg two years ago that left doctors believing he would never fight again.

Now, Benavidez enters the toughest fight of his young career against arguably the best in the sport in a challenge he brought on himself.

“It’s time to show the world what I can do. I’ve been waiting for this my whole life,” Benavidez said. “I am here. I am going to take over this city, and I am going to take his belt. I’m not scared. I don’t see anything special in [Crawford]. I don’t know why everyone hypes him up so much.”


The lack of experience on this level certainly hurts Benavidez, who is as high as a +2000 betting underdog. Crawford, in fact, when asked what made Benavidez so special, quickly countered with, “Come on now, we all know who he fought.”

Benavidez may be cocky and aggressive but one can argue those are two characteristics that Crawford can eat up and use to his advantage. In fact, one can equally argue that past history has shown us that purposely trying to get under Crawford’s skin — as fighters like Horn, Dierry Jean and Hank Lundy have tried in the past — is the easiest way to bring out a nasty side of “Bud” who is hellbent on hurting his prey while embarrassing them.

Expect all the talk to bring out the very best in Crawford, whose combination of length, speed, power and precision is all but unmatched in the division. The best strategy for Benavidez is likely to double down on the all-or-nothing nature which got him the fight in the first place and try to entrap Crawford into the kind of messy brawl that might even the stakes just a bit.

It would be a long night for Benavidez to try and box Crawford considering how easily he floats between stances and varies his look and angles. It will likely be even shorter now that he has woken the beast inside of Crawford.

Giants vs Eagles

Giants vs Eagles: The New York Giants host the Philadelphia Eagles released their third and final official injury report on Wednesday in advance of their Week 6 Thursday Night Football on the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 16 of NFL action would be a bit of an understatement and will be on your Tv Channel.

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Times are tough at the Nova Care Complex right now as the Philadelphia Eagles seem like they are on their last leg. It’s been a while since the Eagles have struggled this much, and it’s almost like we forgot what it’s like to lose in the regular season. Through five weeks, the Eagles already took as many losses as they did throughout the entirety of last season.

The worst part about knowing that is that the Eagles didn’t even hit the rough patch of their schedule yet. It doesn’t get any easier for the Birds. Fortunately, they play a struggling New York Giants team on a short week, but anybody who is overly confident heading into this game is probably just lying to themselves.

This week’s matchup won’t be a walk in the park for the Eagles. Although the Eagles have a ton of success against the Giants over the years, they always tend to make it much harder than it should be. Granted, division matchups are typically tough more often than not, but the Eagles always seem to let the Giants hang around when they really shouldn’t.”Thursday Night Football” features a classic rivalry game as the New York Giants host the Philadelphia Eagles at 8:20 p.m. ET. Both teams are coming off devastating two-point losses. While the Eagles nearly recovered a muffed onside kick that would have set them up for a winning drive, Big Blue was done in by a last-second 63-yard field goal by Carolina’s Graham Gano. The Eagles opened as 2.5-point road favorites and are laying three in the latest Giants vs. Eagles odds. The over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, has dropped slightly from 45 to 44. Before you lock in any Giants vs. Eagles picks, check out what the SportsLine Projection Model has to say.

SportsLine’s proprietary computer model went 176-80 last season and beat over 95 percent of CBS Office Pool players in 2016 and ’17. It also performed better than 98 percent of experts tracked by during that span. Additionally, it went 48-34 on A-rated picks against the spread last season, and $100 bettors who followed it the past two seasons are up nearly $4,000.

It was a blistering 10-5 straight up in a wild Week 5, including calling the Jets’ outright upset of the Broncos. It also recommended the Bills (+6) against the spread and on the money line (+230) against the Titans. The model is now on an impressive 58-40 run on all of its top-rated picks, and anyone who has followed it is way up.

Now, the computer has simulated Giants vs. Eagles 10,000 times to produce strong against-the-spread, money-line and over-under picks. We can tell you it’s leaning toward the over, but its bold point-spread pick that cashes in almost 60 percent of simulations can be found only at SportsLine.

The model has factored in that Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz continues to improve since his return from a 2017 ACL injury. He’s completing 67.2 percent of his passes for 914 yards and five touchdowns.

The loss of Jay Ajayi to a torn ACL is a devastating blow to Philadelphia’s ground attack, but the Eagles do have game-tested backups to pick up the slack. Corey Clement is averaging 4.1 yards per carry and has hit pay dirt once. He’s also stealthy when it comes to sneaking out of the backfield on screen plays, grabbing eight balls for 74 yards in limited action. Wendell Smallwood is averaging 6.0 yards per carry and scored last week.

Just because the Eagles have been flying high doesn’t mean they’ll cover on “Thursday Night Football” on the road.

Last Sunday, the Giants topped 30 points for the first time in 37 regular-season games, albeit in a loss. The offense has shown signs of life, with Eli Manning logging his first 300-yard game of the season, raising his total to 1,381 yards and six touchdowns. While Manning will be eyeing Pro Bowl wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., defenses this season have made a formidable effort to keep his yards after the catch in check. No. 13 is fifth in receiving yards at 462, but is averaging just 11.8 per catch.

The Giants came out swinging after going down 17-3 to the Panthers. Beckham threw a 57-yard touchdown to running back Saquon Barkley on a trick play and the Giants took a 31-30 lead with 1:08 remaining before Gano’s heroics ended the game.

NFL Week 6 launches with a rivalry from an NFC East that is wide open, by which I mean rotten — the only division without a winning-record team. Philly is suffering the dreaded Super Bowl Hangover, while drama-filled NYG is 4-17 since the start of last season. Both have lost two in a row, but, oddly, neither team should be feeling too down. Eagles have lost by three and two points to good teams, and Giants had a huge upset win in Carolina in their pocket last week until a late 63-yard field goal played pickpocket. Philadelphia is one of seven road favorites this week, but the Upset Bird is circling this game like a vulture smelling roadkill. I know Eagles have won three straight and seven of past eight in this series, but my hunch on this is stronger than that trend.

Neither team plays very good defense (making the over/under of 43 1/2 seem silly-low), and I give Biggies the edge on offense entering this game, magnified by the Birds’ loss of Jay Ajayi. that supposedly has them testing trade waters on Le’Veon Bell and LeSean McCoy.I’m not going to lie, we’ve been terrible at picking games this season. None of us has a record over .500 on the season and as a group we’re a combined 9-16 predicting Eagles games this year. Over the last two weeks, we’re just 1-9. Something needs to change.

After saying a I didn’t have a good feeling about the Vikings game, I still picked the Birds to win. Talk about a Super Bowl hangover.

This isn’t the same team, and shouldn’t be treated as such. They lack depth in areas where they seemed to have plenty last year, and not even the return of their franchise quarterback has been able to spark an offense that was among the most dangerous in the league last year. On the defensive side of the ball, there’s liabilities in the secondary and Thursday night could be a long one, especially with a potential Jalen Mills-Odell Beckham Jr. matchup. The Eagles have allowed a 100-yard receiver in four of their first five games — and that’s not even counting all the yards Mills has allowed via pass interference penalties.

It also seems like Jim Schwartz’s unit has totally forgotten how to create turnovers, something they were so good at last year, especially in big moments.

Sure, our record making picks isn’t any better than the Eagles’ season record, but someone has to be the bad guy and take the Giants on Thursday night.The Philadelphia Eagles released their third and final official injury report on Wednesday in advance of their Week 6 Thursday Night Football game against the New York Giants.

The Eagles ruled the following five players OUT: D.J. Alexander, Nathan Gerry, Corey Graham, Haloti Ngata, and Darren Sproles.

Alexander and Gerry being out hurts an Eagles special teams unit that hasn’t been great to begin with this season. It also thins Philly’s linebacker depth.