There is no denying it. Brazil are on a roll. Any teething problems noticed when Luiz Felipe Scolari took charge are slowly being ironed out, and the result is a Selecao that look stronger, faster and deadlier in front of goal with every game that passes.
Driven by the likes of Neymar and Oscar, Brazil have won nine of their last 10 games, and lost just one of their last 15 outings—a solitary slip against Switzerland, marking a run that included an impressive charge to the 2013 Confederations Cup title.
Having taken South Korea down with ease at the weekend, the nation will be hot favourites to inflict a similar result on Zambia. The question is, will Scolari shuffle his hand ahead of the second friendly, or can we expect the same lineup on Wednesday?