0924 BST: The referee blows the final whistle and England go out of the World Cup after a desperately disappointing second-half performance. England captain David Beckham comforts David Seaman after his mistake for Brazil's winner.
Full-time: England 1-2 Brazil
90 mins (+3): Sol Campbell fires a long ball into the area but Rio Ferdinand is penalised for an over-zealous challenge.
90 mins: Nicky Butt heads David Beckham's left-wing corner over the crossbar.
90 mins: England win a corner. This could be their last chance of the game.
88 mins: Paul Scholes loses the ball in a promising position and Brazil break. Their captain Cafu holds the ball near the corner flag to run down the clock. Time is running out for England to revive their World Cup hopes.
86 mins: Danny Mills is shown the yellow card for hauling down the effervescent Roberto Carlos on the touchline. England are struggling to create chances and are threatening to go out of the World Cup with a whimper.
85 mins: Paul Scholes goes down under a challenge on the edge of the area but the referee waves play on.
82 mins: England midfielder Paul Scholes, who has had a disappointing game, hits a cross into the arms of Brazil keeper Marcos despite having several men to aim at in the area.
79 mins: Sven-Goran Eriksson makes his third and final substitution, replacing Teddy Sheringham with Ashley Cole. England have changed to a 4-3-3 formation, with Sheringham, Emile Heskey and Darius Vassell playing in attack.
79 mins: England bring on Darius Vassell for goalscorer Michael Owen.
78 mins: England are struggling to get hold of the ball as their opponents string together numerous passes.
75 mins: Paul Scholes is booked for a foul on Rivaldo. Brazil are comfortable, despite playing with only 10 men.
74 mins: Danny Mills breaks into the area from the right touchline and his angled drive is deflected over for a corner.
72 mins: Rivaldo goes down clutching his face, even though Sol Campbell appeared to catch the Brazilian's shoulder with his trailing arm.
71 mins: England midfielder Paul Scholes disappointingly hits a cross over the crossbar.
70 mins: Brazil star Ronaldo, who has laboured in the second-half, is substituted for Edilson.
68 mins: An England wall composing Paul Scholes and Kieron Dyer blocks a powerful free-kick from Roberto Carlos.
63 mins: England skipper David Beckham goes down in the area and claims he was pushed by Edmilson, but the referee waves play on.
58 mins: Ronaldinho is sent off for a stamp on Danny Mills.
56 mins: England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson brings on Newcastle midfielder Kieron Dyer for Trevor Sinclair.
56 mins: Roberto Carlos's low 30-yard free-kick is deflected out by Ronaldo.
53 mins: The excellent Emile Heskey turns inside the area and fires the ball low across the face of goal. Lucio clears for Brazil.
49 mins: Brazil go ahead with the unlikeliest of goals. Ronaldinho lines up for a free-kick close to the right touchline. His curling right-footed efforts appears unthreatening, but goes over the head of David Seaman and into the top corner.
England 1-2 Brazil
47 mins: Michael Owen heads David Beckham's right-wing free-kick over the crossbar.
0819 BST: Brazil go in level at the interval after grabbing a splendid late goal.
Half-time: England 1-1 Brazil
45 mins (+2): Ronaldinho brilliantly beats two England players and advances to the edge of the area before slipping the ball to Rivaldo, who slots the ball left footed past David Seaman.
England 1-1 Brazil
45 mins (+1): Brazil captain Cafu brings down Ashley Cole on the left wing and is fortunate not to be booked.
45 mins: David Seaman gets back on his feet after three minutes of treatment from the England physio and takes a goal kick.
42 mins: David Seaman jumps over Sol Campbell and Rivaldo to make a commanding catch. But worryingly for England, the Arsenal keeper falls awkwardly and goes down injured.
41 mins: Emile Heskey goes off the pitch clutching his knee but comes back on after receiving treatment.
40 mins: Danny Mills comes across from right-back to make an excellent tackle on Ronaldo inside the area.
39 mins: Emile Heskey turns Roque Junior and crosses from the by-line. Brazil keeper Marcos has to be alert to make a low save.
36 mins: Emile Heskey, who has been excellent so far, wins the ball in central midfield and threatens to break clear before Lucio tackles him.
31 mins: Emile Heskey wins a header inside the area despite being off-balance. His looping effort initially looks innocuous, but Marcos is off his line and is relieved to see the ball go just inches over the crossbar.
28 mins: David Beckham's first-time volley from the edge of the area goes high over the Brazil crossbar.
26 mins: David Beckham is stretchered off, but to the relief of England's fans, comes back onto the pitch.
23 mins: Emile Heskey plays a diagonal ball forward to Michael Owen. Brazilian defender Lucio fails to control and Owen seizes the opportunity, speeding forward before chipping the ball over Marcos from nine yards.
England 1-0 Brazil
20 mins: Ronaldo, who looks threatening, plays a one-two with Rivaldo before shooting from the edge of the area. David Seaman in the England goal makes a good low save.
19 mins: Ronaldo thrusts forward and threatens to burst clear of the last line of the English defence before Sol Campbell comes across to tackle.
15 mins: England keeper David Seaman completely misses a Rivaldo corner and is relieved to see his Arsenal team-mate Sol Campbell head clear. Brazil are controlling possession in the early stages.
14 mins: Roberto Carlos's powerful free-kick deflects off Emile Heskey for a corner.
13 mins: Brazil win a free-kick after Paul Scholes fouls Ronaldinho. It is 30 yards from goal - Roberto Carlos territory.
11 mins: Roberto Carlos launches a long throw into the England area and Rivaldo is only inches away from connecting.
10 mins: David Beckham brilliantly dispossesses Roberto Carlos inside the England half and plays a long diagonal pass to Emile Heskey, who does well to initially win the ball before losing out to Cafu.
6 mins: Brazil playmaker Rivaldo glides forward before shooting wide of the far post from 25 yards.
4 mins: Emile Heskey gets in front of his marker to meet a long David Beckham free-kick, but his header lacks power and Marcos gathers comfortably.
1 min: Brazil keeper Marcos punches clear a left-wing corner from England skipper David Beckham.
0730 BST: England kick off.
0723 BST: England, led by captain David Beckham, and Brazil by their skipper Cafu, come out onto the pitch and line up for their national anthems.
England: David Seaman, Danny Mills, Ashley Cole,
Trevor Sinclair, Rio Ferdinand, Sol Campbell, David
Beckham (c), Paul Scholes, Michael Owen, Emile
Heskey, Nicky Butt.
Brazil: Marcos, Cafu (c), Lucio, Roque Junior,
Edmilson, Roberto Carlos, Gilberto Silva,Ronaldo,
Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, Kleberson.
Referee: Felipe Ramos Rizo, Mexico.
0715: England's players warm up on the pitch at Shizuoka and look happy and relaxed.
0645 BST: Brazil's team is announced. Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has made one change, with defensive midfielder Kleberson replacing former Middlesbrough star Juninho.
Brazil: Marcos, Roque Junior, Lucio, Edmilson, Cafu, Gilberto, Ronaldinho, Kleberson, Carlos, Ronaldo, Rivaldo.
0630 BST: The England team is announced and is unchanged, with Sven-Goran Eriksson naming the same line-up for the third game in a row.
Michael Owen and Paul Scholes have both overcome injury fears and will start.
England: Seaman, Mills, Ferdinand, Campbell, A Cole, Beckham, Butt, Scholes, Sinclair, Owen, Heskey.
An hour before kick-off, with the stadium filling up, the temperature is 28C and the humidity inside the stadium is 57%.
0600 BST: England's team coach arrives 90 minutes before kick-off - escorted into the stadium by police cars and motorcycle outriders.
The players take a stroll on the pitch to get an early indication on the conditions - fierce heat and heavy humidy.
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson confirms that Michael Owen will start the match.
The Liverpool striker had been doubtful all week after suffering a groin injury in the 3-0 win over Denmark, but came through a training session on Thursday.
"Michael will start the game," Eriksson said after arriving at the stadium. "Of course that's good news for us.
"This is a game for Michael Owen. Of course for the others as well, but I think Michael is waiting for these big games. You have always seen that in his life."
0530 BST: The conditions in Shizuoka are hot and sunny, with the pitch-side temperature likely to exceed 30C.
Thursday's wet, cool and breezy weather raised hopes in the England camp that the conditions would suit the European team.
But by Friday the weather had changed - to the delight of the South Americans.
The good news for England, though, is that forecasters say there is a chance of showers during the game.