2017 FIVB WORLD LEAGUE
Brazil and Serbia have already qualified for the Final Six that will take place in two weeks. Brazil qualifies by defeat, as they are hosting the event, however, they would have qualified anyway because of their record in the World League. Serbia became the second team to qualify based on their 6-2 record in the competition.
Both Brazil and Serbia have a 1-1 record in Pool G1 after Brazil was downed by Argentina in four on day two, while Serbia lost a tough five-setter to Bulgaria.
Who to watch for:
Ricardo Lucarelli Souza has carried the Brazilian team in the tournament with 112 points so far, ranking eighth in the overall points leaders.
Serbia has relied on consistency and a number of players to their second place ranking, including Uros Kovacevic who has put down 91 points. Marko Ivovic has contributed 90 points for the team, for that steady consistency in player output.
Serbia and Brazil will stream at 3:10 PM ET in the U.S. and can be seen live here: