When and where: We didn't have to wait long for our next dose of international soccer as this game is set to kick off at Rasunda Stadion at 2pm EST Wednesday. You can watch the game live here.
Preview: After failing to defeat Mexico in the 2012 Olympic gold medal match, Brazil is back on the pitch less than a week later against Sweden, who's last international match resulted in a 2-0 shutout of a dominant France June 19th.
Brazil faced much criticism after a disappointing trip to London, but while budding star Neymar expressed remorse for the loss, he said the team was focused on the future.
"If Mexico won, they were better," Neymar told ESPN Brazil. "Football is made up of wins and losses, no matter how much we try to honor this shirt. We are still young, are not shaken, and want to lift our heads towards our next objectives. We already have another game on Wednesday with which to move on with."
Prediction: The Swedes did not make the Olympic tournament and will have to shake off some rust for a Brazilian squad looking for any kind of redemption.
Neymar's quote says it best. Brazil has a very young team, but they are focused despite their loss to Mexico.
Brazil 2, Sweden 0