Brazil are on a role, having won five straight games, with all of their wins coming by multiple goals. They've kept a clean sheet in four of those five wins, including Friday's 5-0 demolition of Honduras in Miami. They take a slight step up in competition on Tuesday when they take on Chile, who are fresh off an impressive 2-0 win over England.
While Chile weren't exactly dominant at Wembley, they did make the most of their chances, with Alexis Sanchez nicking a brace. Claudio Bravo also was brilliant in goal, and he'll need to be even better for Chile to post a repeat shutout against Brazil.
Dani Alves has a minor injury and is expected to sit out this game. Maicon should start in his place. Jo, who has reinvented himself since moving back to Brazil from Europe, should get another chance to impress up top ahead of Neymar.
Match date/time: Tuesday, 8 p.m. ET
Venue: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Canada
TV: beIN Sport (U.S.), BT Sport 1 (Canada), SporTV/Globo (Brazil)
Online: beIN Sport Play (U.S. and Canada)