The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, and the leader of the Workers’ Party (PT), Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, will meet face to face for the last time before the ballot this Friday for a new television crossover.

After two heated encounters, including insults and arguments, the candidates who compete for the presidency of Brazil in the second round will have a final debate two days before the definition.

The meeting is organized by the Brazilian network O Globo and will be broadcast starting at 9:30 p.m.

Both aim with this debate to convince the undecided and get an advantage in the hours before a decisive election for the future of the country and the region.

Although it will be the third televised debate, it is the first in which Lula and Bolsonaro will meet face to face and alone, since on previous occasions several of the other candidates who did not make it to the ballot had also participated.

In the first round on October 2, the former president won with 48.4 percent of the vote, against the 43.2 reached by the ultra-right referent.

Then, the O Globo network organized two unsuccessful meetings, since both were absent from the first and only Bolsonaro attended the second. For this Friday both are confirmed.