The World Cup qualification for the World Cup 2018 in Russia is going strong, and on March 23rd there is a fantastic match between Uruguay and Brazil coming up. Want to watch it online?
In some parts of the world it will be March 24th as the match between Uruguay and Brazil start, so do not be angry with us if you feel as if the date written by us is wrong!
For the people of Europe it might feel strange to watch matches played in Southern American, but the match between Uruguay and Brazil can easily be compared to matches like Germany vs Spain, or France vs England in Europe. In fact, on the paper this is an even more interesting match.
When Uruguay enters the field it will be with super stars like Luis Suarez and Edison Cavani on the team. Maybe he ain’t as big a profile as Suarez and Cavani, but Diego Godin, the defender from Atletico Madrid, is also a fantastic player.
Their opponent will be Brazil, and their biggest profiles are Willian, Neymar, Gabriel Jesus and lots of other players. There is no wonder why you will want to the match between Uruguay and Brazil online on March 23rd, but how and where can it be done?
Watch Uruguay vs Brazil online on March 23rd
The best way to watch the match between Uruguay and Brazil online is without a doubt by doing it on Fubo TV. This is a brilliant online platform, which you can try for free for seven days. And if you have a subscription, you can also stream the English Premier League online, you can watch the Champions League online and you can of course get access to lots of other CONMEBOL matches and also European World Cup Qualification matches.
If you are located outside the United States you will have to read our instructions on how to watch Fubo TV from abroad to get this fantastic platform to work.
There will be lots and lots of other great football matches coming up in the coming days as well. You can watch lots of these on Fubo TV, so go ahead and give it a try.
Who will win – Uruguay or Brazil?
Our guess is that the match will end with a 3-1 to Uruguay, with goals scored by Cavani and Suarez for Uruguay, and with Neymar scoring the only goal for Brazil. What do you think? What do you expect?