Palmeiras vs Fluminense: where to watch, schedule, lineups

Palmeiras and Fluminense face each other this Sunday (8), at Allianz Parque, for the fifth round of the Brazilian Championship.

The teams are close in the table. Verdão has five points and Tricolor has four, and both are looking for a triumph to try to touch the first squad of the competition.

Where to watch:

The match will be broadcast by Globo and Premiere. THE UOL Score also follows the duel in real time.

Stadium and time:

The duel takes place at Allianz Parque, in São Paulo (SP). The duel starts at 4pm.

Possible lineups:

palm trees: Weverton; Marcos Rocha, Gustavo Gómez, Murilo and Piquerez; Danilo, Zé Rafael and Raphael Veiga; Veron (Wesley), Dudu and Ron. Technician: Abel Ferreira

Fluminense: Fábio, Samuel Xavier, Nino, David Braz and Cris Silva; Wellington, Yago and Goose; Luiz Henrique, Willian Bigode (Arias) and Cano. Technician: Fernando Diniz


Palmeiras will not have Gabriel Veron, who is treating an edema in his thigh, Jailson, who is recovering from a knee injury, and Luan, who is in transition after injury. Fluminense will not have midfielder André, who will have to serve a suspension. Manoel is in transition after a right thigh injury, Felipe Melo in transition after a right knee injury, while Luan Freitas is recovering after surgery on his right knee.


Referee: Savio Pereira Sampaio (FIFA / DF)
assistants: Alessandro Alvaro Rocha de Matos (FIFA / BA) and Daniel Henrique da Silva Andrade (DF)
VAR: Rafael Traci (SC)

Last games:

Palmeiras beat Independiente Petrolero 5-0 for Libertadores, while Fluminense beat Junior Barranquilla 2-1 for Sudamericana.

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