Brazil v Chile Betting
2014 World Cup - 2nd Round
28th June - KO: 5pm BST -
The 2014 World Cup hosts, Brazil continue their bid to win a sixth finals when they take on fellow South Americans Chile in Belo Horizonte on Saturday evening.
Unbeaten in the competition so far, Brazil topped Group A thanks to wins over Croatia and Cameroon, whilst a 0-0 draw against Mexico meant they finished above the Central American side on goal difference. Chile got off to a winning start beating Australia and reigning champions Spain before losing their last game 2-0 to the Netherlands when already qualified.
The teams are no strangers to each other but Chile have not beaten Brazil since 2000, a run of twelve mathes. The most recent match finished 2-1 to Brazil in November of last year but Chile did earn a draw in Brazil in April 2013.
The hosts are odds on to win the match qualify for the quarter finals.
|Saturday 28th June 2014|
|5.00pm||Brazil v Chile -||Betting Preview||Odds|
|Tips:||Both teams to score @ 10/11|
|Brazil to come from behind and win or draw @ 19/5|
|Eduardo Vargas to score anytime @ 10/3|
Brazil v Chile Odds
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Head to Head
Last Six Meetings:
- International Friendly - 20th Nov 2013 - Brazil 2 - 1 Chile
- International Friendly - 25th Apr 2013 - Brazil 2 - 2 Chile
- 2010 World Cup - 28th June 2010 - Brazil 3 - 0 Chile
- World Cup Qualifier - 9th Sep 2009 - Brazil 4 - 2 Chile
- World Cup Qualifier - 7th Sep 2008 - Chile 0 - 3 Brazil
- Copa America - 7th July 2007 - Chile 1 - 6 Brazil
Neymar - The Brazil forward has scored four times during the group stages and really is the go to man for the hosts in terms of goalscoring. So far, the Barcelona player has risen to the occassion but he'll probably need to step up again here against a good Chile side.
Alexis Sanchez - Neymar's Barcelona teammate Alexis is just as important to the Chile side as Neymar is to Brazil. The forward has netted only once in the tournament so far but is the link pin to all things good in the final third for the South American side.