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Brazil legend Cafu believes anything other than winning the World Cup in Qatar will be deemed as a failure for the Selecao.
Tite's side breezed through World Cup qualifying as they topped the South American group after going unbeaten through their 17 games, winning 14 and drawing three.
The world's number one ranked side and five-time winners have been labelled by many as favourites to lift the World Cup come December.
Brazil, who boast the likes of Liverpool pair Alisson and Fabinho, along with Paris Saint-Germain duo Neymar and Marquinhos, have been drawn into a group with Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon.
However, the Selecao have not appeared in a World Cup final since 2002, when they won the competition, with the last four editions seeing European teams triumph.
Cafu – the only man to appear in three consecutive finals, winning in 1994, losing in 1998 and captaining in the 2002 win – believes it is time for Brazil to claim a sixth World Cup.
"Every competition that Brazil steps into there is the pressure to win it. They are a huge country in the world with a huge history," Cafu told BBC Sport.
"The pressure to win is always there in any game, not just the World Cup. We have a very good generation of Brazilian footballers coming through so the expectation is there as usual.
"It is about time we won, it is clear if we don't win the World Cup it will be a failure. We all have the expectations and hopes that we can do it."
Gareth Southgate's England must negotiate a group with Iran, the United States and one of either Wales, Scotland or Ukraine.
England are on the opposite side of the draw to Brazil, meaning the two sides cannot meet before the semi-final stage.
Cafu, who is his country's most-capped player after making 142 appearances, suggested a meeting between the two nations would be a dream for Brazilian fans.
"For the Brazilian people it would be considered a dream final because of the historical weight of the two nations in football," he said.
"This match would carry huge emotion and it would be beautiful not only for the fans of England but also for football in general."