England vs Brazil: times, how to watch on TV, stream online, women’s Finalissima
England will host Brazil on April 6 at 2:40 pm ET at Wembley stadium for the first-ever women’s Finalissima.
England will host Brazil on April 6 for the first women’s Finalissima to be played. The game will take place at the cathedral of football, Wembley. The game pins the winners of the Euro Cup and Copa America against each other, in this case, England and Brazil.
When does England vs Brazil start?
How to watch England vs Brazil?
Stream: ViX TV
England vs Brazil preview:
They have a 29-game unbeaten record at the moment. The Brits have won four of their last five games. They are the most in-form team in Europe at the moment. The Lionesses won the Arnold Clark Cup in February, allowing only two goals in 3 matches.
The South Americans recently participated in the She Believes Cup, losing two of their three games. Their recent form is not great, and they will want to change their luck in this coming game. Best player Marta won’t be featuring with her team as she suffered a torn ligament while playing for Orlando, and now she is in doubt for the coming World Cup.
England vs Brazil prediction:
Both teams have met three times, with England having won two of those. With their recent form and with Marta out of the loop for the South Americans, Brazil is not the favorite for this match. England should take this one.
For this one, we pick England 2-0.