RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – SEPTEMBER 21: General view before a match between Flamengo and Fluminense as part of the Brasileirao Serie A 2014 at Maracana Stadium on September 21, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes / Getty Images)
Fluminense receives Flamengo in a crucial edition of one of the greatest rivalries in Brazilian football at the Estadio Maracanã. In this game, two eternal rivals face each other in Rio de Janiero.
In the US, the game will not be televised anywhere (6 p.m. ET start time), but it will be streamed on Paramount, which you can access via either Amazon Prime or Paramount
Here is a full breakdown of how to watch a live stream of Fluminense vs Flamengo if you live in the US:
Amazon Prime subscribers (Prime comes with a free 30- Day trial version delivered) can follow the game on the Prime Paramount channel. You can test both Amazon Prime and the Paramount Channel for free with a free trial version here:
Once you have signed up for the Prime Paramount Channel, you can watch Fluminense vs Flamengo live in the Amazon Video app that is on your Roku, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV or Firestick, Apple TV, Chromecast and any device with Android is available TV (e.g. Sony TV or Nvidia Shield), Xbox One or Series X / S, PlayStation 4 or 5, various Smart -TVs, Xiaomi, Echo Show or Echo Spot, iPhone, Android phone, iPad or Android tablet.
This is ultimately the same as the Amazon Prime option above, only that you are on the Paramount digital platforms instead of on watch those from Amazon. You can follow the game through Paramount which comes with a free trial:
Once you sign up for Paramount, you can watch Fluminense vs Flamengo live in the Paramount app which is on your Roku, Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV or Firestick, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Samsung Smart TV etc. are available devices with Android TV (e.g. Sony TV or Nvidia Shield), iPhone, Android phone, iPad or Android tablet .
Fluminense has had a turbulent season so far. At the beginning of the season, the Tricolor Carioca fought for relegation, while this season they were close to reaching the semi-finals of the Copa Libertadores. When they focused on the league they were unbeaten for seven games and the arrival of Marcão to replace Roger Machado changed the team’s fate.
Fluminense will have many players who cannot play. The most noticeable one is Fred. Fluminense’s all-time goalscorer is out as he’s recovering from a broken toe. Gabriel Teixeira is out, as is Paulo Henrique Ganso (broken arm) and Hudson (knee).
The good news is that center-back Luccas Claro is now back and training with the team.
Flamengo has lost in recent weeks Points and is now ten points behind leaders Atlético-MG with 11 laps to go. The reigning two-time champions of the league are on 46 points but have two games to go.
This next month will be crucial to their endeavors as they know they are still within reach if they have their remaining ones Take into account the schedule. This includes the final of the Copa Libertadores next month in Montevideo.
Flamengo will miss many players for this game. Bruno Henrique and David Luiz are out due to injury, while Filipe Luis has to serve a suspension for one game.
The biggest blows of all are those of Uruguayan international Giorgian De Arrascaeta (hip) and Gabriel Barbosa. De Arrascaeta has been plagued by injuries this season. In between and during the time-out with his national team, his numbers are significantly reduced, but his effect is more visible than ever. With the former Cruzeiro man, Flamengo earned 83 percent of the disputed points. Without him, the number dropped to 62.
Nonetheless, Flamengo’s attack doubles productivity (88 goals) when he’s on the pitch compared to others when he’s not (44 goals).
Flamengo also needs to see if Gabigol is available. The Brazilian international left the game against Athletic-PR due to a blow. This exacerbates his current troubles as he finds himself in the middle of a seven-game goal drought; the longest of his Flamengo career
Fluminense probably XI: Marcos Felipe, Samuel Xavier, David Braz. Luccas Claro, Marlon; André, Yago, Jhon Arias; Caio Paulista, Luiz Henrique, John Kennedy
Flamengo probably XI: Diego Alves, Matheuzinho, Rodrigo Caio, Léo Pereira, Filipe Luís; Arão, Thiago Maia, Andreas Pereira, Vitinho, Bruno Henrique, Pedro
Head-to-Head: Previous games: 424 Fluminense wins: 131 (561 goals) Flamengo wins: 157 (620 goals) Draws: 136