Brazil faces off against Cameroon, who wants to continue their impressive start to the World Cup in Qatar and claim their third win in many matches.
Tite may change their roster, but momentum is crucial for the qualifying phase of the tournament as France could well explore after losing to Tunisia despite their remaining group winners.
“Brazil has 26 great athletes and a great team. Who will play? Liverpool’s Fabinho, Manchester City’s Ederson, Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus… There’s a lot of competition,” said Tite.
“I’m trying to give them the best conditions to compete at the highest level, but I won’t go into depth to give you an answer. I have to give the players a chance, prepare everyone. Our goal is to make our players feel valued. It’s an opportunity for them to show all their quality.”
Here’s everything you need to know about the game:
When is Cameroon v Brazil?
The Cameroon v Brazil match will kick off at 19:00 GMT on Friday, December 2 at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar.
On which TV channel and how can I watch it online?
The match will be broadcast live on ITV1 in the UK and will begin broadcasting at 18:15 GMT.
A live stream can be found on the ITVX or ITV website, alternatively Indie Sports here to find live minute-by-minute updates.
After falling out with coach Rigobert Song, Andre Onana was suspended by his country after Devis Epassy replaced him. Song has an injury suspicion of Olivier Ntcham, Vincent Aboubakar pushing for the kickoff after coming off the bench against Serbia.
Neymar, Danilo and Alex Sandro are absent from Selecao due to injury. Eder Militao and Alex Telles are possible full-back replacements, while Rodrygo may be selected in a more offensive-oriented squad after Fred replaced Neymar in the Switzerland match. Antony, Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli are next to start again, with Lucas Paqueta other options to join Raphinha and Vini Jr. While the extra time rotation can hit the most attacks, the trio in question is an option with Bruno Guimaraes joining Paqueta and Casemiro in midfield.
Cameroon XI: Epassy; Fai, Castelletto, Nkoulou, Tolo; Hongla, Anguissa, Kunde; Aboubakar, Choupo-Moting, Toko Ekambi
Brazil XI: Alisson; Militao, Marquinhos, Silva, Telles; Casemiro, Paqueta; Raphinha, Paqueta, Rodrygo; Vinicius Jr.
Brazil may turn around here, but their deep power is enormous and Cameroon’s need for a result may force them out and leave the Selecao field to emerge and flourish. and forwards Marquinhos and Thiago Silva, led by Casemiro, should provide another clean slate. Cameroon 0-3 Brazil.