Turkey vs Brazil
Brazil will look for their fifth straight win with Dunga as their coach when they visit Turkey on Wednesday, November 12th at the Ataturk Olimpiyat Stadium in Istanbul at 18:30. The match will be played in Istanbul, Turkey and the stadium and kick-off time of the game will be announced later. The teams haven’t played each other since 2007 and the game ended in a goalless draw. Before that they played in 2003 and the game ended in a 2 – 2 draw. . Last month Turkey drew 1 – 1 with Latvia and lost 2 – 1 to the Czech Republic. In September they lost 3 – 0 to Iceland and beat Denmark 2 – 1. Brazil beat Japan 4 – 0 last month and Argentina 2 – 0. In September they beat both Ecuador and Columbia 1 – 0. Brazil will be hoping to continue their strong run of form under head coach Dunga when they take on Turkey in a friendly on Wednesday. After the dismal end to their World Cup campaign on home soil, Brazil replaced Luiz Felipe Scolari with Dunga, who has made a positive start to his second stint in charge. Friendlies against Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina and Japan have all resulted in victory for the five-time world champions, who have also recorded four consecutive clean sheets in that sequence. Wednesday's clash in Istanbul represents a further stiff test of their credentials and, with the Brazilian domestic league heading towards its conclusion, Dunga has opted to select a squad consisting wholly of European-based players. That number, naturally, includes Barcelona forward Neymar, who netted all four goals in the 4-0 drubbing of Japan last month, taking his tally to 40 in 58 senior international appearances. Following a World Cup that ultimately ended in disappointment, Neymar is hoping to finish 2014 with the national team on a high.