Brazil’s Possible 4-2-3-1 Lineup in 2022 FIFA World Cup

Brazil is the only nation that has never missed a single world cup trip.

In this year’s World Cup tournament which will take place in Qatar, they will also participate and they are in group G together with Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon.

Brazil have many world class players who have been doing well for their respective clubs they play at.

Here, we want to look at the possible way that they can line up in the coming World Cup. Let’s see.


The competition in the goal post could possibly be between three goalkeepers is Alisson Becker, Ederson and Weverton. Keeping in mind how each of them has been performing in the previous seasons, Alisson Becker could possibly start in the goal for Brazil.

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We have many options in this area who will be battling to start. However, the possible backline could be formed by Dani Alves on the right back, Alex Sandro on the left and a central defence pairing Chelsea’s Thiago Silva and Real Madrid star Eder Militao.


Both Fabinho and Casemiro did a wonderful job for their clubs including reaching out to the 2021/22 UEFA champions league final.

The two could possibly form a partnership in the defensive midfield area. To complete the midfield trio, Aston Villa star Phillipe Coutinho could join them as an attacking midfielder.


On the left wing, Vinicius Junior could possibly take the role, while on the right wing, either Antony or Raphinha could make a start. PSG forward Neymar Jr could then be the team’s center forward.

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The possible 4-2-3-1 line up and formation looks like the one shown below:




Alex Telles

Gabriel Magalhaes


Lucas Paqueta

Bruno Guimares


Roberto Firmino

Gabriel Jesus.


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