Botafogo vs Brasiliense | where to watch, schedule, lineups and refereeing

Botafogo vs Brasiliense |  where to watch, schedule, lineups and refereeing

Brazil Cup 2023 |Botafogo x Brasiliense face this Wednesday (15), at 20h, at Estádio Kleber Andrade, for the second phase of the Copa do Brasil. See below for probable lineups, technical details and how to watch the game.

As in the first stage, the classification of the classified team will be in a single game, however, in this stage if there is equality in normal time, the vacancy will be decided on penalties.

how they arrive

Botafogo drew 1-1 with Sergipe in the first phase of the competition. The last game of the Carioca team was the defeat by Portuguesa-RJ, by 1 to 0, which eliminated Fogão from the semifinals of the Carioca Championship.

Brasiliense will debut coach Roberto Cavalo, who takes over the team this season. The team comes from a victory over Santa Maria, by 2 to 1, for the eighth round of Candangão, where it occupies the fifth place. In the first phase of the Copa do Brasil, Brasiliense drew 1-1 with Athletic in Minas Gerais, and qualified for the second phase.

How to watch Botafogo vs Brasiliense

Botafogo vs Brasiliense will stream on Amazon Prime.

Date: 03/15.

Time: 20h.

Location: Kleber Andrade Stadium, Cariacica.

match numbers

3 matches:
1 win for Botafogo
2 draws


Possible starting line-ups for Botafogo vs Brasiliense:

Botafogo: Lucas Perri, Rafael (Leonel Di Plácido), Adryelson, Víctor Cuesta and Marçal; Tchê Tchê, Lucas Fernandes and Gabriel Pires (Marlon Freitas); Carlos Alberto, Víctor Sá and Tiquinho Soares.
Technician: Luiz Castro.

Brazilian: Edmar Sucuri, Caetano, Railon, Keynan and Goduxo; Gabriel, Tarta, Zotti; Luquinhas, Tobinha and Yuri Mammoth.
Technician: Roberto Cavalo.


2nd phase

Local: Kleber Andrade Stadium, in Cariacica (ES).
Date: 03/15/2023.
Time: 8pm.
Referee: Anderson Daronco (FIFA-RS).
assistants: Bruno Boschilia (FIFA-PR) and Jorge Eduardo Bernardi (RS).

Second phase regulation

After having a single game in the first two phases, the third phase of the Copa do Brasil begins to be played in home and away games. A goal scored away from home is not a tie-breaker. In case of a tie in the sum of the scores, the ranking will be decided on penalties. All matches will be decided by draw. In the third phase enter the teams that dispute the Libertadores – Flamengo, Palmeiras, Athletico, Internacional, Corinthians and Fluminense.

Brazil Cup Award

2nd phase (40 clubs) – R$ 1.7 million (Series A clubs) | BRL 1.4 million (Series B Clubs) | BRL 900 thousand (other clubs)
3rd phase (32 clubs) – BRL 2.1 million
Round of 16 (16 clubs) – BRL 3.3 million
Quarterfinals (8 clubs) – BRL 4.3 million
Semifinal (4 clubs) – BRL 9 million
Runner-up – BRL 30 million
Champion – BRL 70 million

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