Venue Ellis Park, Johannesburg, Tuesday 7.30pm

Referee V Kassai (Hun)

Odds Brazil 1-9 North Korea 33-1 Draw 10-1

TV ITV1

Radio BBC 5 Live

BrazilManager Dunga

Fifa ranking 1

Doubtful None

Injured None

Suspended None

North KoreaManager Kim Jong-hun

Fifa ranking 105

Doubtful None

Injured None

Suspended None

Match pointers • Brazil are the only team to have won the World Cup outside their own continent (Sweden 1958, Mexico 1970, US 1994 and South Korea 2002)

• Min Jong-chol was North Korea's joint-top scorer during qualifying, finding the net four times despite playing only two games

• The 1-0 defeat against France in the 2006 quarter-final ended a run of 11 straight wins for Brazil in the World Cup, the longest sequence of consecutive wins at the tournament

• This is North Korea's first appearance in the World Cup for 44 years – the fourth-longest interval between World Cup participations

• Brazil have won all 15 meetings with sides not from Europe or South America, keeping 13 clean sheets