Brazil have enjoyed a relatively straightforward campaign so far, with the South American side securing qualification for the round of 16 with a game to spare.
With that in mind Tite took it as an opportunity to rotate his squad and keep his star players fresh in their final group game against Cameroon, which they lost 1-0 thanks to a late Vincent Aboubakar winner.
This will come as a huge boost ahead of the knockout stage, with the world class Paris Saint-Germain forward in their side, Brazil look an even more dangerous side.
Lee Kang-in and Kim Young-gwon came off in the tie with Portugal after struggling with muscular problems and will be assessed ahead of Monday evening’s tie.
Allisson; Militao, Marquinhos, Silva, Sandro; Casemiro, Paqueta, Neymar; Vinícius Jr, Richarlison, Raphinha.
South Korea (4-3-3)
Seung-gyu; Moon-hwan, Kyung-won, Young-gwon, Jin-su; In-beom, Woo-young, Kang-in; Jae-sung, Gue-sung, Heung-min Son.
Brazil – Neymar
Neymar looks set to return to the Brazil side after overcoming damage to his ankle. The Brazilian is one of the world’s best when he is at the top of his game, South Korea will have to keep him quiet if they stand any chance of progression into the quarter-finals.
With his PSG counterpart Kylian Mbappe lighting up France’s tie with Poland on Sunday, Neymar has the chance to show what him and his Brazilian side have to offer.
South Korea – Heung-min Son
With Brazil suffering from injury problems at full-back, Son will have an opportunity to test the Brazilian right-back, a battle that may be key to determining the winner of this tie.
Where is the game being played?
The game is being played at Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar.
What time is kick off?
The game will start at 7pm UK time on Monday, December 5th.
In the UK the game will be live on ITV1.