Scolari looking to change Brazil midfield
Luiz Felipe Scolari
Brazil's national soccer team coach Luiz Felipe Scolari (Photo: Reuters)
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Thursday 26 Jun 2014
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Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari is expected to change Brazil's midfield for the second-round match against Chile on Saturday, giving Fernandinho a chance to start

Fernandinho trained with the main squad in its final training session before traveling to Belo Horizonte on Thursday. He replaced Paulinho, who had not lived up to expectations in the first three matches.

Fernandinho came on as a substitute in the match against Cameroon on Monday and scored the team's final goal late in a 4-1 win that secured the hosts a berth in the next round.

The Manchester City defensive midfielder was a late addition to the Brazil squad trying to win the home World Cup.

In the second part of the session, Scolari also replaced Daniel Alves by Maicon and Hulk by Ramires.

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