Neymar will once again be the star man for the Verde-Amarela, having found the net from the penalty spot last time out, as well as rounding the keeper to assist Gabriel Barbosa for their third goal in the dying minutes.
Elsewhere, Eder Militao and Marquinhos will continue their partnership at the heart of the back four, as they looked assured when required on Sunday, while Marquinhos also pounced on a loose ball to hit their opening goal.
They will be shielded by Real Madrid enforcer Casemiro, who immediately broke up any Venezuela attacks on Sunday, establishing his side's dominance in the game.
Right-back Danilo also put in an impressive performance, having been camped deep in the Venezuela half for the majority of the proceedings due to his side's dominance, and he earned himself a place in the next game with a strong showing.
After a fairly seamless clean sheet in their first match, Alisson is expected to keep his place, with Tite potentially waiting until an underwhelming performance before he makes too many changes.
Brazil possible starting lineup: Alisson; Danilo, Militao, Marquinhos, Lodi; Casemiro, Fred, Paqueta; Neymar, Jesus, Richarlison
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