(Sporting Alert) — The following are the list of international football games down on the schedule for a busy night on Wednesday.
We will have live scores and updates from every game on Wednesday.
Amongst the highlighted games on the fixture in the clash between England and Brazil at Wembley.
The game will see several superstars, including Neymar, Julio Cesar, Ramires, Oscar, Lucas and Ronaldinho on show for Brazil and the likes of Wayne Rooney, Frank Lampard, Theo Walcott, Steven Gerrard and Leighton Baines.
Real Madrid midfielder Kaka was not a member of those called up by Brazil coach Luis Felipe Scolari, while Tottenham forward Jermain Defoe and Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge both pulled out of the friendly clash because of injuries.
Elsewhere, Manchester United playmaker Shinji Kagawa and Japan will take on Latvia, World champion and World No. 1 Spain will face Uruguay, while Netherlands tackle Italy and exciting Belgium team match talents with Slovakia.
Other games attracting media interests are Sweden against Argentina, France vs Germany and Portugal against Ecuador.
INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL FRIENDLIES
11:20 – Japan vs. Latvia
12:30 – Myanmar vs. Philippines
15:00 – Azerbaijan vs. Liechtenstein
15:00 – Korea Republic vs. Croatia
16:00 – Moldova vs. Kazakhstan
17:00 – Hungary vs. Belarus
18:00 – Norway vs. Ukraine
18:00 – Slovenia vs. Bosnia Herzegovina
18:00 – Cyprus vs. Serbia
19:00 – Albania vs. Georgia
19:00 – Spain vs. Uruguay
19:00 – Israel vs. Finland
19:15 – Turkey vs. Czech Republic
19:30 – Malta vs. Northern Ireland
19:30 – FYR Macedonia vs. Denmark
20:00 – Romania vs. Australia
20:00 – Nepal vs. Pakistan
20:00 – India vs. Palestine
20:00 – Kenya vs. Libia
20:00 – Tanzania vs. Cameroon
20:30 – England vs. Brazil
20:30 – Iceland vs. Russia
20:30 – Netherlands vs. Italy
20:30 – Sweden vs. Argentina
20:30 – Greece vs. Switzerland
20:45 – Belgium vs. Slovakia
20:45 – Wales vs. Austria
20:45 – Scotland vs. Estonia
20:45 – Ireland vs. Poland
21:00 – France vs. Germany
21:30 – Paraguay vs. El Salvador
21:45 – Portugal vs. Ecuador
22:00 – Chile vs. Egypt