Coach Tite will change more than half of the Brazil starting line-up ahead of their second post-World Cup friendly against El Salvador.
The Selecao were dumped out of the tournament in Russia at the quarter-final stage by Belgium, but secured a convincing 2-0 win against the USA last week with another much-changed squad.
For the Tuesday night game (04:30 Wednesday UAE) at FedEx Field in Washington, Tite again looks to be fine-tuning his team before Copa America next year, saying it is important to give younger players an opportunity to build on their confidence.
The coach also suggested he would be preserve the fitness of some of the team, with captain Neymar only playing in part of the game.
Tite told a press conference: “Neymar must participate in only one part of the game. I have some important situations to manage: first, play well and win, either against El Salvador or France.
“The second is the moment for opportunities for younger players to work for them to have confidence.
“The third, is that when I was a club coach, I always expected the players to come back in good condition.”
Alisson, Fabinho, Thiago Silva, Filipe Luis, Fred and Firmino are being replaced by Neto, Eder Militao, Dede, Alex Sandro, Arthur and Richarlison.
Goalkeeper Neto, who alongside right-back Militao is making his debut, said he was proud to be be given the opportunity to start for his national side.
Quoted on the team’s website, he said: “It is a great pride, an immeasurable pleasure. The coach called me after yesterday’s training and told me I would have the opportunity. I am in a moment where I feel really prepared for this chance.”
El Salvador – who have only competed in two World Cups – are reported to be without one of their top scorer, Rodolfo Zelaya.
Coach Carlos de los Cobos told Brazilian newspaper Lance: “I have to give the opportunity to other players. Zelaya is good technically and I know his skills. He can contribute later.”
The first 25 seconds of England’s friendly against Switzerland on Tuesday will be broadcast in black and white to honour the 25th anniversary of football’s anti-discrimination charity Kick It Out.
The picture on Sky Sports’ – the domestic British broadcaster – coverage of the game at Leicester’s King Power Stadium will switch to black and white as the teams take the pitch, and it will be first time England action has been broadcast without colour in nearly half a century.
The game, which kicks off at 20:00 in the UK, has been dedicated to Kick It Out by the football Association and England’s stars will show their support by warming up in branded t-shirts and entering the pitch alongside mascots chosen by the charity.
In a statement, the FA’s inclusion advisory board chairman Paul Elliott said: “Kick It Out have been a catalyst for the change in English football both on and off the pitch and we’re delighted to celebrate their inspirational work in promoting football for all.
“Hopefully the footage will encourage the millions of viewers at home to spend at least 25 seconds thinking about the importance of diversity in this beautiful game of ours.”
Kick It Out chair Lord Herman Ouseley said the charity, which was founded in 1993, was delighted with the gesture and hoped it would be a “powerful reminder of how far football has come in the last 25 years to make the a game a more open and diverse place”.
England go into the match trying to avoid a fourth-straight defeat, having lost their last two games at the World Cup this summer and their Nations League opener against Spain at Wembley on Saturday.
Christian Eriksen‘s brace condemned Wales to a 2-0 UEFA Nations League defeat in Aarhus after the euphoria of a scintillating display against the Republic of Ireland three days earlier.
Wales’ youngsters discovered the harsh realities of international football as Eriksen and company administered the first competitive defeat of Giggs’ reign.
“We’ve got a new manager trying to implement his ideas on a young squad and it’s going to take a little time to get it spot on,” Chester said.
“But you could see on Thursday (against the Republic) that we’re heading in the right direction.
“It’s slightly different to the way we played before under Chris Coleman.
“We’re pressing when the opponents are in possession and when we do lose the ball we look to win it back as quickly as possible.
“It’s really effective when we get it right and you saw that when Denmark had to put it out of play a couple of times. But get it wrong and it can be difficult for you as well.”
Giggs has freshened up the Wales squad since being appointed in January.
Chris Mepham, Connor Roberts and David Brooks have all been given opportunities in the last two games, but Chelsea teenager Ethan Ampadu is the player who has got Welsh football really excited.
The 17-year-old delivered a man-of-the-match performance against the Republic and looked composed once more in Denmark, even if he gave away a penalty when he was harshly adjudged to have handled in the area.
“When I was his age I was sat in digs,” Chester said.
“To be playing central midfield at international level at his age is some feat, and if he carries on like he’s going then he’s going to have a top career.
“He’s probably the best 17-year-old I’ve seen and, when you see some of the lads coming through, it’s an exciting time for Welsh football.
“It’s good for the older lads to have competition and the standard in training is high.
“The youngsters want to learn, and that’s beneficial for everyone.”
Aston Villa captain Chester returned at the heart of the Wales defence against Denmark after veteran skipper Ashley Williams was rested.
“The manager spoke to me on Tuesday about his reasons why I wasn’t playing in the first game and I was more than happy with those,” he said.
“But it was nice to play here. International football is a big commitment with the amount of games I have at my club.
“To come away and not play at all would have been disappointing.
“I want to finish my career with as many caps as possible and hopefully I play more than I don’t.”