Factbox-Soccer-Brazil v Switzerland World Cup 2022: kickoff time, venue, stats and odds


Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - Brazil Training - Al Arabi SC Stadium, Doha, Qatar - November 25, 2022 Brazil's Gabriel Martinelli with teammates during training REUTERS/Albert Gea

DOHA (Reuters) - Brazil play Switzerland in the World Cup in Doha on Monday.

When: Monday, Nov. 28, 1900 local (1600 GMT/1100 ET)

Where: Stadium 974

Capacity: 44,089

Odds:

Brazil win: 4/9

Switzerland win: 13/2

Draw: 17/5

Key stats:

* Brazil, unbeaten in qualifying for Qatar, have won the World Cup five times and are favourites to win a record-extending sixth title.

* Switzerland have reached the knockout stage in three of their last four World Cups -- in 2006, 2014 and 2018 -- but crashed out at the group stage in 2010.

* Brazil have played in every World Cup since 1930 but have not reached the final since they last won the title in 2002.

* Switzerland were unbeaten through qualifying, topping a group that included European champions Italy.

Previous meetings:

* Monday's match will be the third time Brazil will have played Switzerland at the World Cup.

* The teams last met in the group stage of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where they drew 1-1. They also drew 2-2 at the 1950 World Cup.

*In nine matches against Switzerland, Brazil have recorded three wins, four draws and two losses.

(Reporting by Gabrielle Tetrault-Farber; Editing by Ken Ferris)

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