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Brazil sit safely in top spot in the South American group and they’ve already secured their ticket to the 2022 Qatar World Cup. They host a Chile side here who are right on the peripheries of the qualification places.
It’s been a pretty much faultless campaign from Tite’s men so far, and they remain unbeaten after fifteen games.
Chile have blown a bit hot and cold in the qualification process, but they still have a hope of gaining at least a place in the Inter-Confederation Playoffs. They have a dismal record against Brazil, though, and with just one game left for them after this, they might have to rely on help from elsewhere this matchday.
Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.
There’s still the possibility of Argentina catching Brazil at the top of the group, and with an unbeaten run to try and maintain, there’s no danger of Brazil taking this one too lightly.
At 4/9 (SportNation), the home side don’t appeal as a single bet, but it’s hard to see them not winning this one. Brazil at home this campaign have been near-perfect. Not only have they won every single one of their games as hosts, they’ve only conceded one goal in the process.
Chile do come into the game having won their last two away games in the group, but they were against Bolivia and Paraguay respectively, who find themselves near the bottom of the table.
Factoring in Chile’s poor record against Brazil, the hosts’ impressive stretch on their own soil, and the visitors’ inconsistency, Brazil To Win To Nil looks a good bet at odds of 5/4 (bet365).
It’s been plain sailing for Canarinho so far in this process and they’re well on their way to progressing as group winners.
The 2022 Qatar World Cup latest odds have them as favourites for the tournament at the end of the year at 6/1. They’ll certainly be a nation who won’t struggle too much with the humid conditions they’re likely to face, and with a deep and balanced squad, it’s not difficult to see why they’re so well fancied with sports betting sites.
When they were last in action at the beginning of February, they easily disposed of Paraguay, winning 4-0. Raphinha opened the scoring in that game and the Leeds player has sparkled since his inclusion in the national side. It was a good bounce back victory also for Brazil after drawing two on the spin against Argentina and Ecuador.
In terms of squad news ahead of this final round of qualifiers, Neymar is back after missing the games in the last international break through injury. There was also a call-up for Arsenal striker Gabriel Martinelli after an impressive season so far. One of the biggest snubs was for Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus, but that could be down to Tite trying out different options before proceedings in Qatar.
An away clash against Brazil is exactly the game Chile boss Martin Lasarte won’t want at such a pivotal time in Chile’s qualification campaign.
That’s just how the fixtures have fallen, though, and he’ll know his team can’t be playing for draws at this stage.
Chile have never beaten Brazil away from home, and given they’ve only got the better of them on two occasions overall, realistically confidence is unlikely to be too high in the visitors’ camp.
Alexis Sanchez scored a brace when Chile were last in action, as they beat Bolivia by three goals to two.
They’re two points adrift of 5th placed Peru, and a further one of Uruguay in 4th spot. They take on Uruguay at home in their last match of this qualification process, which has the potential to be a massive game depending on how results swing prior to it.
The head-to-head record between the two is pretty lopsided. It’s grim reading for Chile, who have won just two of their 25 meetings.
Brazil, on the other hand, have won 20 past clashes, including when the pair crossed paths earlier in this group campaign. Everton Ribeiro netted the only goal of the match to give Canarinho all three points.
Brazil play their home games across various different stadiums in the country, and this one will take place at the Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Bahia.
It has a maximum capacity of 47,907 and opened just nine years ago.
It’s likely to be a fairly routine victory for Tite’s side. They’ve played with a good deal of confidence in all of this group campaign so far, and against a hit and miss Chile side, they shouldn’t have many problems to deal with.
Chile have nothing to lose at this stage but breaking down this rock-solid Brazil team is certainly easier said than done.