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    • 12Julio César
    • 4David Luiz
    • 23Maicon
    • 6Marcelo
    • 3Thiago Silva
    • 7Hulk
    • 5Fernandinho
    • 10Neymar
    • 11Oscar
    • 8Paulinho
    • 9Fred
    • 1Ospina
    • 18Juan Zuñiga
    • 3Yepes
    • 2Zapata
    • 7Armero
    • 11Cuadrado
    • 14Ibarbo
    • 6Sánchez
    • 10Rodríguez
    • 13Guarín
    • 9Gutiérrez
    • 22Mondragón
    • 8Aguilar
    • 4Arias
    • 23Valdés
    • 19Ramos
    • 15Mejía
    • 5Carbonero
    • 20Quintero
    • 12Vargas
    • 17Bacca
    • 16Balanta
    • 21Martínez

    Brazil

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 12 J. Soares De Espindola
    • 4 D. Luiz Moreira Marinho
    • 23 M. Sisenando
    • 6 M. Da Silva Junior
    • 3 T. da Silva
    • 7 G. Vieira de Souza (Santos do Nascimento ')
    • 5 F. Luiz Rosa
    • 10 N. Santos Júnior (Buss ')
    • 11 O. dos Santos Emboaba Junior
    • 8 J. Bezerra Maciel Júnior (de Carvalho Andrade Lima ')
    • 9 F. Chaves Guedes

    Colombia

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-2-3-1
    • 1 D. Ospina
    • 18 J. Zuniga Mosquera
    • 3 M. Yepes
    • 2 C. Zapata
    • 7 P. Armero
    • 11 J. Cuadrado (Quintero ')
    • 14 V. Ibarbo (Ramos ')
    • 6 C. Sánchez
    • 10 J. Rodríguez
    • 13 F. Guarín
    • 9 T. Gutiérrez (Bacca ')
    Substitutes
    • 14 M. Cabelino Andrade
    • 1 J. de Oliveira Galvao
    • 16 R. Santos do Nascimento
    • 20 B. Anício Caldeira Duarte
    • 21 J. de Assis Silva
    • 19 W. Borges Da Silva
    • 2 D. Alves da Silva
    • 18 A. de Carvalho Andrade Lima
    • 15 H. Buss
    • 13 D. Costa Santos
    • 22 V. Bagy
    Substitutes
    • 22 F. Mondragón
    • 8 A. Aguilar
    • 4 S. Arias
    • 23 C. Valdés
    • 19 A. Ramos
    • 15 A. Mejía
    • 5 C. Carbonero
    • 20 J. Quintero
    • 12 C. Vargas
    • 17 C. Bacca
    • 16 E. Balanta
    • 21 J. Martínez

    Brazil vs Colombia

    Brazil have reached the quarter-finals in each of their last six World Cups, but haven’t gone further than this round since 2002.

    Colombia have made the quarter-finals for the first time in their World Cup history.

    This will be the first World Cup meeting between the two South American sides.

    The last four games between Brazil and Colombia have ended in draws, with three of those finishing goalless.

    In their last clash in New York which ended 1-1, Juan Cuadrado opened the scoring just before half-time, with Neymar equalising in the second half.

    Colombia last beat Brazil at the Copa America in 1991, losing seven and drawing five since that encounter.

    That defeat remains Brazil’s only competitive loss to Colombia, winning 13 of their competitive meetings (D6 L1).

    Colombia have failed to score in nine of their last 12 games against Brazil.

    The Selecao have scored eight goals so far in the tournament, as many as they managed to reach the quarter finals in 2010.

    Brazil have lost just one of their last 16 World Cup games when they had scored first (W13 D2).

    Los Cafeteros’ 11 goals is the best ever haul in a World Cup. They need three more to beat their combined total of goals from their previous four World Cup appearances (14).

    James Rodriguez is looking to become the first player since Rivaldo in 2002 to score in the first five games of a World Cup.

    Should Rodriguez score here, he would become the first player to score in his first five career World Cup appearance since Teofilo Cubillas (across the 1970 and 1978 tournaments).

    The Monaco player has scored with five of seven shots on target the tournament so far.

    Juan Cuadrado is the first player to provide four assists in a World Cup since Riquelme and Totti in 2006.

    In Serie A 2013/14, Cuadrado managed just five assists in 32 games, just one more than he has already provided in this World Cup.

    Fred has managed to register just four shots on target in the tournament, three of those coming against Cameroon.

    Brazil have conceded in each of their last eight World Cup quarter-finals.