England vs. Brazil 2013: Preview and TV schedule

Mike Hewitt

Want to watch Neymar and Ronaldinho take on the Three Lions? Here's how.

If there's one international friendly to watch tomorrow (and no, you definitely shouldn't feel obligated to watch any of them, no matter how hardcore of a football fan you are, because international breaks are lame), it's Brazil versus England at Wembley Stadium. Why? Well, here is one good reason:


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And here is another good reason:


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Seriously. Neymar and Ronaldinho on the same pitch? Against England? There's so much fun in there that Roy Hodgson's owl-shaped head might very well explode, which would make for some serious watchability. I might, it might not be very good football (have you seen England's midfield?), but watching the Selecao take on the Three Lionswill definitely be profoundly entertaining. Here's how to watch it.

Match date/time: Wednesday February 6th. 7:30 p.m. GMT (5:30 p.m. BRST; 2:30 p.m GMT)

Venue: Wembley Stadium, London, England.

TV information: ITV 1 (UK), ESPN 3 South America (Brasil), Fox Soccer Channel (USA)

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