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Wednesday, February 6, 2013 at 2:30 p.m. ET
Easily the most anticipated of all fixtures this week has to be that of England and Brazil, which will take place at the iconic Wembley Stadium.
The Three Lions rank significantly higher than the South American giants at the moment, but that's simply due to the fact that Brazil have a free ride to the 2014 World Cup because they're the hosts. In reality, they're significantly stronger than that, and will prove just how dominant they can be in midfield against England in this one.
England are without a number of players, but will still line up a relatively strong squad for this one. This one will be played in the 150th year celebration of the FA and will mark the 100th career game for defender Ashley Cole as well, so theyll no doubt be looking for a solid performance here.
It is hard to go against the might of Brazil in midfield dominating Tom Cleverley and Steven Gerrard at times given how brilliant we know they can be in attack. But the Three Lions have more to play for here in an otherwise meaningless international friendly, and will not disappoint against one of the top teams in international football.
Can they go all the way and get a victory? As nice as it might be, probably not, but they'll certainly come close to finishing off the Pentacampeos here. Close, but not quite.
Prediction: England 1, Brazil 1
Final score: England 2, Brazil 1
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