Neymar alongside Mano Menezes
Brazil face Scotland in Arsenal's Emirates stadium on Sunday with coach Mano Menezes hoping to
end a run of defeats. 1-0 losses to Argentina and France have meant recalls for some of the more
experienced players who last turned out for Brazil in the World Cup in South Africa.
Brazil may be in for a testing time when they face Scotland at Arsenal's Emirates stadium on
Sunday. After recent poor results, coach Mano Menezes could be feeling a bit jittery when his team
take to the pitch against a backdrop of the massed ranks of the Tartan Army.
Until now Menezes has enjoyed popular support.
Lúcio, Maico and Elano back in the fold for the Scotland game
Brazil coach Mano Menezes has called up 23 players for the international friendly against
Scotland on March 27th in Arsenal's Emirates stadium.
Three players that appeared for Brazil in last year's World Cup make a return as Menezes opts for
experience with Maicon, Lúcio and Elano.
Pretty boys Colin Hendry and Ronaldo back in 1998
The Brazilian Football Confederation has announced that Brazil will take on Scotland on March
27th in Arsenal's Emirates stadium.
Brazil and Scotland have met four times in the World Cup. The South Americans came out on top 2-1
in 1998; 1-0 in 1990, 4-1 in 1982 and drew 0-0 in 1974.