Brazil 2-1 South Korea: What's your prediction?
Following a shock loss to Cameroon, Brazilian coach Tite will be delighted to welcome a plethora of first-team starters against South Korea in their last 16 clash.
Neymar was given the green signal and full-back Danilo is also set to feature against South Korea after both suffered ankle injuries in the group-stage opener.
South Korea will rely on talisman Son Heung-min to lead them against the odds-on favourites Brazil on Monday after he ran himself into the ground on Friday to ensure his team reached the last 16 with a dramatic come-from-behind 2-1 win over Portugal on Friday.
The Koreans are the only Asian side to have reached the semi-finals before when they were co-hosts with Japan in 2002, and they will be hoping to shock Brazil on Monday to make history again.
Known for lethal counter-attacking and indomitable spirit, South Korea looked to be heading for elimination but delivered a surprise stoppage-time winner in Al Rayyan on Friday to beat Portugal and reach the last 16.
Monday's match against injury-hit Brazil is their first in the knockout rounds since 2010 and only their third overall.
01:00 am, 6th December, Tuesday
Stadium 974, Ras Abu Aboud, Doha, Qatar
South Korea 1
Brazil: (4-2-3-1) Alisson (GK), Militao, Marquinhos, Silva, Danilo; Paqueta, Casemiro, Neymar; Raphinha, Richarlison, Vinicius Jr
South Korea: (4-3-3) Seung-gyu (GK), Moon-hwan, Kyung-won, Young-gwon, Jin-su; In-beom, Woo-young; Hee-chan, Kang-in, Heung-min; Gue-sung
* Brazil go into the knockout stage after group-stage wins over Serbia and Switzerland but they lost 1-0 to Cameroon on Friday when the South Americans were already qualified for the next round and rested most of their regular starters.
* South Korea staged a dramatic come-back 2-1 win over Portugal on Friday, with an added-time goal by Hwang Hee-chan, to make it into the last 16. They had won only one of their previous 11 World Cup matches.
* Brazil forward Neymar remains a doubt for Monday's match as he tries to recover from an ankle injury.
* Brazil, unbeaten in qualifying for Qatar, have won the World Cup a record five times and are favourites to do it again at the tournament in 2022.
* Brazil have played in every World Cup since 1930 but have not reached the final since they last won the title in 2002.
* South Korea are the only Asian country to have reached the semi-finals of the World Cup, when they were co-hosts in 2002. On the other occasion they made it out of the group stage, they lost in the Round of 16 to Uruguay 2-1 in 2010.
* The two sides have met seven times previously, but never at a World Cup, with Brazil winning on six occasions and South Korea once, in a friendly in 1999. In a friendly in June this year played in Seoul, Brazil won 5-1.