How Brazil could line up against South Korea

In order to pick his side for Thursday's international friendly with South Korea, Brazil boss Tite will need to check on those involved in the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid in 2022.

Militao, Casemiro, Vinicius Junior, and Rodrygo were all involved in the European Cup final, with Militao, Casemiro, Vinicius and Rodrygo coming out victorious.

Rodrygo came on as a substitute against Liverpool, so he could start on the right, while Lucas Paqueta would operate as the 10, with Neymar playing on the left for the visitors.

The Everton midfielder has scored 13 goals in 34 appearances for his country and is set to lead the line, but Tite has plenty of options up front.

In addition to Gabriel Jesus , Raphinha , Matheus Cunha and Gabriel Martinelli, Manchester United's Fred is also pushing for a spot in Brazil's final third.

Marquinhos could play alongside Thiago Silva at the back, while Dani Alves and Alex Telles could play at full-back.

As well as Arsenal's Gabriel Magalhaes, Bragantino's Leo Ortiz and Palmeiras' Danilo will bid to win their first caps.

In Brazil's next match, against Japan on June 6 

Tite will make full use of his squad, with the majority likely to be given opportunities to shine.

The following could be Brazil's starting eleven 

Ederson, Alves, Marquinhos, T Silva, Telles; Fabinho, Guimaraes 

Rodrygo, Paqueta, Neymar; Richarlison.