MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A World Cup rematch is in the making as Brazil faces off against Colombia Friday night.

The two teams will play at 8:30 P.M. at Sun Life Stadium. The friendly match is a part of the Gillette Brazil Global Tour.

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The two South American powerhouses of soccer played each other last July in the quarterfinals of the World Cup. Brazil came out on top, defeating Colombia, 2-1.

Top players to watch include Brazil’s superstar forward Neymar da Silva Santos Jr. and Colombia’s striker James Rodriguez.

This will be Neymar’s first appearance for the national team since fracturing his back in the World Cup.

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Sun Life Stadium announced the game is sold out.

Last November, Brazil played Honduras at Sun Life Stadium. The match drew 71,124 fans, a record crowd for a soccer match in Florida.


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