SAO PAULO (AP) – Barcelona right back Daniel Alves and Real Madrid playmaker Kaka will be in Brazil's squad for the friendly against Colombia in two weeks' time.
Alves has recovered from a left thigh injury, while Kaka has maintained his spot after playing well in the friendlies against Iraq and Japan this month.
There were no surprises in the team picked on Tuesday by coach Mano Menezes, who is trying to prepare Brazil for next year's Confederations Cup and the 2014 World Cup at home.
Brazil will play Colombia on Nov. 14 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, United States. It will be the team's final match of the year.
The five-time world champion, not having to play qualifying matches, is at a worst-ever 14th in FIFA's ranking.