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Brazil

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil's 2018 World Cup campaign to take shape at Copa America

Former Argentina striker Claudio Caniggia says this year's Copa America will be extremely competitive, with hosts Chile and Colombia challenging the usual favourites.

No one was expecting surprises when Brazil coach Dunga named his squad for next month's Copa America in Chile. Scanning the list, though, there was an obvious absentee: Oscar of Chelsea.

The attacking midfielder has been one of the regulars in the team that have chalked up eight straight victories since the humiliation of the World Cup. On his last appearance, against France at the end of March, he scored a well-crafted equaliser that put Brazil on the way to their best win of the past few months....

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Philippe Coutinho in Brazil's Copa America squad, Oscar misses out

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Janusz Michallik discuss Philippe Coutinho's development under Brendan Rodgers' system at Liverpool.
Former Argentina striker Claudio Caniggia says this year's Copa America will be extremely competitive, with hosts Chile and Colombia challenging the usual favourites.

Brazil have included Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho in their squad for the Copa America but Chelsea midfielder Oscar missed out due to injury.

Brazil boss Dunga has also included Santos attacker Robinho, along with Chelsea duo Willian and Filipe Luis, but took Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho over Chelsea's Ramires.

Dunga said Oscar, who missed Chelsea's game against Crystal Palace on Sunday after a collision with Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina the previous week, has not been selected...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazilian championship set to suffer again due to a crowded calendar

Cruzeiro won their fourth title last season but Brazil's calendar means they, and the fans, could suffer in 2015.

The Brazilian Championship kicks off in just over a week's time, on May 9. With the best 20 teams in this giant land playing each other home and away until early December, it is the country's most important club competition.

But if the reader of Lance!, Brazil's sports daily, sifts through the paper in search of the opening day fixtures, he or she will not find them. This is not a criticism of the paper; after all, they have just 24 pages to cover the world of sports. Rather, it is a condemnation...

Brazil to face Mexico in friendly before Copa America

The performance of Memo Ochoa on Tuesday versus Brazil will have likely caught the attention of many top European clubs.
Brazil and Mexico played to a goalless draw in the World Cup last summer.

SAO PAULO -- The Brazilian football federation says the national team will play Mexico on June 7 as part of their preparations for the Copa America.

The game will be held at Palmeiras' 43,000-capacity Allianz Parque in Sao Paulo.

It will be Brazil's first match after coach Dunga announces the Copa America squad on May 5, and the second-to-last before the South American tournament begins in Chile. Brazil are also expected to play Honduras three days later at the Beira-Rio Stadium in Porto Alegre.

Brazil...