Brazil's player Neymar gestures during a training session at the Corinthians training centre in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on November 11, 2015. AFP PHOTO / Nelson ALMEIDA
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Brazil superstar Neymar returns from suspension to face an injury-hit Argentina Thursday as South America's qualifying campaign for the 2018 World Cup resumes with a showdown between the bitter continental rivals. Neymar was forced to sit out Brazil's opening two qualifiers last month – a 2-0 defeat to Chile followed by a 3-1 victory over Venezuela – following his four-match suspension at the Copa America in June. But the talismanic striker is now back and available for Brazil as the five-time world champions head to Buenos Aires to face an Argentina side who took only one point from their first two games. Ecuador meanwhile are facing injury problems of their own, with English Premier League duo Enner Valencia and Antonio Valencia both missing along with attacking midfielders Michael Arroyo and Renato Ibarra.
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