FULL-TIME: Australia 0-4 Brazil.
- 2nd Half
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Australia - Brazil
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- GoalDiego SouzaBrazil
Souza grabs his second of the match with the last kick of the game with a clean header from a corner, giving Langerak no chance. Brazil worthy winners here.
Only two minutes will be added on at the end of the match.
CHANCE! Willian tees up Rodriguinho but he can't find a way past Langerak who makes a good diving stop.
Sandro drives into the box from the right and sends a low ball across the face of goal but Australia force it behind for a corner.
Brazil make yet another change - Augusto is on for Paulinho. Now, lets get back to the football.
No contemplancy from Brazil as Caio is alert to dispossess Hrustic who had made a clever run into the visitors' penalty area.
Aaron Mooy, Tom Rogic and Dylan McGowan take the places of Luongo, Troisi and Wright respectively.
- OffThiago SilvaBrazil
Jemerson and Rodriguinho replace Thiago Silva and Giuliano for the remaining 12 minutes.
Taison, the Brazilian substitute, fires in the visitors' third after a well worked team move. Paulinho provides the assist. A productive day for Tite's side.
Chelsea's David Luiz is replaced by Fernandinho of Manchester City.
Willian, the Chelsea midfielder, is involved immediately as he cuts the ball back to Souza inside the penalty area, but the striker's effort is saved by Langerak.
Coutinho receives a rousing reception as the skipper makes his way off the pitch. He's replaced by Willian.
Brazil celebrate their opener.
Finally, Brazil's goalkeeper Diego Alves is called into action as he gets down low to save Hrustic's curled effort from 25 yards.
Kruse, who has provided an outlet from the right wing throughout, finds space once again to deliver a cross but Luiz is there to clear.
Australia push men forward in search of a consolation goal, but with a sea of players in blue shirts packed inside the visitors' half, they aren't able to carve open an opportunity.
That should be game, set and match. Australia haven't given a bad account of themselves, but they're much inferior to even Brazil's second-string.
- GoalThiago SilvaBrazil
Silva heads home from close range to double Brazil's advantage! Luis had hammered a header against the crossbar from a corner, but the danger wasn't over. Caio sent the ball back into the danger area and the PSG defender bundled it over the line.
Important intervention by Wright as he diverts a dangerous cross from Coutinho out for a corner.
- OffDouglas CostaBrazil
Tite makes just the one change - Costa is replaced by Taison.
Jamie MacLaren, Ajdin Hrustic and Jackson Irvine replace Cahill, Leckie and Sainsbury respectively.
This is a friendly and with friendly matches come substitutions. Lots of them. Australia are about to make their first.
Souza makes a clever run, but Coutinho spots it too late and his cross is well intercepted by the recovering defenders.
A nice move from Australia. Kruse is released on the channel, and he tries to find Cahill. But Silva makes a good interception.
Birds, everywhere. All over the pitch and in front of the TV cameras. What is this all about?!
A chipped pass aimed for Costa behind the Australia defence is intercepted. The loose ball drops for Souza who hammers a shot towards goal, but thankfully for the hosts, it's blocked by Sainsbury.
Costa slides a lovely pass through to Coutinho behind the home defence, but the Liverpool playmaker can't get it out of his feet. The loose ball falls to Sandro on the overlap but he screws the ball wide of the goal.
The referee Mark Clattenburg gets the second-half underway.
Diego Souza gave Brazil the lead after only 10 seconds and he could have doubled the home side's advantage as he had a goal ruled out for offside. Douglas Costa and Giuliano have also spurned opportunities for Tite's side.
HALF-TIME: Diego Souza's goal after only 10 seconds separates the sides at the break. Australia recovered well after the early set-back and have created a couple of half-chances, but Brazil are in the ascendancy.
One minute of injury time will be played at the end of an entertaining first half.
The Brazilians spring a counter-attack. Rafinha runs into the penalty area and fires low at goal but Langerak makes a strong save and Australia clear the loose ball.
Brazil concede possession cheaply with Troisi picking up the loose ball on the wing. He sends a curling cross into the box but the danger is well dealt with by Caio who clears.
Now Troisi tries his luck from distance but the ball is always going wide. Better from Australia though and the hosts are beginning to grow in confidence.
QPR midfielder Luongo collects the ball around 25 yards out. With few options, he fires at goal but the shot is blocked by a defender. The ball bounces back into the feet of an Australian though as the hosts keep possession.
Diego Souza's goal after 10 seconds is still the difference between the sides.
CHANCE! Coutinho releases Sandro on the wing, and the full-back crosses for Souza. The Brazilian forward dummies the ball, providing a gilt edged chance for Giuliano who blazes the ball over the bar.
So Souza is definitely impressing his manager Tite, but how about the Premier League boys? Coutinho is finding it difficult to find space between the Australian midfield and defence, while Luiz has been fairly comfortable at the back and he's actually looking quite creative going forward too.
WIDE! Souza really looks in the mood today. Already on the score-sheet, he's hungry for more as he shoots from 25 yards, but it's never close to the target.
Souza latches onto a delightful pass from Luiz and coolly lifts the ball over Langerak... but the linesman's flag is raised and it won't count.
Rafinha is positioned well to receive the ball on the right channel and he swings in a dangerous cross but it just eludes Souza.
Brazil ought to double their lead but a glorious opportunity is spurned! Giuliano is picked out in acres of space on the right. He cuts it back for Costa who somehow misses contact with the ball.
Frustration for Coutinho as he is forced backwards. But then the visitors win a free-kick which they play short and can't muster up an opportunity. They haven't really capitalised on their lightning quick start.
The hosts play the corner short and when it's finally played into the penalty area Cahill can't sort out his feet and bundles the ball over the bar.
Much better from the Socceroos though who have recovered well from conceding in the first 10 seconds.
No nonsense defending from Caio as he slides in front of his goalkeeper to divert Behich's dangerous low cross out for a corner.
A lovely ball is played down the line for Coutinho who is allowed to check inside and pick out Paulinho. But the Brazilian midfielder is challenged just as he enters the home side's penalty area.
A clumsy tackle from David Luis (never!) on Cahill gifts Australia another free-kick in a wide position. The hosts are dangerous from set-pieces from their latest effort comes to little.
Coutinho, a day after his 25th birthday and captaining the Brazil side, skips away from Luongo who then hauls the Liverpool playmaker down.
After actually keeping a hold of possession for more than one pass, Australia then win a free-kick. It's delivered into the penalty area where Cahill and Wright are left alone but they make a mess of it! Cahil had the final touch but somehow diverted the ball wide of the post. Wouldn't have counted anyway as he was offside.
It's been an eventful opening two minutes for goalscorer Souza who is down on the fall after a nasty aerial collision with Australia's defender Sainsbury. They're both OK to continue, though.
- GoalDiego SouzaBrazil
A GOAL AFTER 12 SECONDS!
Australia concede possession straight from kick-off as Bailey Wright passes straight to Giuliano. The playmaker drives at the home defence before sliding through Souza who pokes the ball into the back of the net.
- 1st Half
We're underway in Melbourne.
Brazil's nine-game winning streak was brought to an end by Argentina last week, but Tite's second string will be too strong for Australia. The South Americans won by six goals last time the teams met in 2013, and today could end in a similar score-line.
TEN MINUTES UNTIL KICK-OFF
The players are out on the pitch and warming up as kick-off fast approaches. It's good to have football back, isn't it?
Today's game is being played at the fabulous Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The 'Socceroos' last defeated Brazil in 2001 when Shaun Murphy scored an 84th minute winner with Australia winning the third-place playoff in the Confederations Cup.
‘Selecao’ boss Tite has made eight changes to his side that lost to Argentina 1-0 last time out.
Neymar, Alves, Marcelo, Firmino and Marquinhos are all absent but there's still plenty of talent on show today, including striker Diego Souza who will be out to impress as he takes the place of the injured Gabriel Jesus.
BRAZIL TEAM NEWS
Liverpool's Coutinho captains the side.
Diego Alves; Rafinha, Silva, Caio, Sandro; Paulinho, David Luiz, Coutinho; Giuliano, Souza, Douglas Costa.
AUSTRALIA TEAM NEWS
Yes, Tim Cahill is still playing.
Langerak; Wright, Sainsbury, Degenek; Milligan, Luongo; Leckie, Kruse, Troisi, Behich; Cahill.
Hello, hello. It must be the summer as Brazil have travelled to the opposite side of the world to play Australia, in a friendly, which we are covering LIVE.
Team news in a moment.