Luiz Felipe Scolari's Brazil undertake their final World Cup warm-up clash on Friday against Serbia, having strolled past Panama just a few days ago.
With the opening clash of this year's competition just days away, the temptation would be to rest key players, but the suggestion is that Brazil will give an outing to what will largely be their strongest side.
Serbia are one of the strongest sides not heading to the World Cup and will be as good a warm-up opponent as Brazil could hope for. Ideally, they will provide some form of resemblance to the Croatia side the Selecao will face next week.
As ever, then, Scolari will be keen to take lessons from the encounter he can use when the World Cup commences. But what aspects of his side's play can he look to trial this time out?