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We are not getting too cocky yet though, as once again the clean sweep of predictions was ruined by one rogue result, Portugal continuing in their international funk against Sweden as the sides played out a disappointing goalless draw.

But that is now history, and tonight Brazil take on Ecuador in Quito offering another opportunity to earn a little bit more lolly before the new week begins.

The match is not as straight-forward as it may appear for the Samba Boys. Home advantage is definitely a factor, the high altitude giving the hosts a large step-up on their opponents from the get-go. This is has proven critical in the past, Ecuador beating Brazil 1-nil the last time the pair met in Quito back in 2004.

Dunga will also be hampered having to field a side lacking the influential Kaka, while Adriano is also sidelined with an ankle problem. The creative responsibility will instead fall on the shoulders of Ronaldinho, which has taken most by shock considering the bucked-toothed wonder has barely featured for AC Milan since the turn of the year. We wait to see the state of the ring-rust.

And then there are the Ecuadorians themsleves, who have footballers capable of being match-winners.

Coach Vizuete has been hit with injuries to Felix Borja, Carlos Tenorio and Pedro Quinonez, but two key midfielders, Antonio Valencia and Edison Mendez have been passed fit and will start the match. Manchester City striker Felipe Caicedo is likely to start up front alongside excellent the Christian Benitez (2/1 to score) and the visitors will have plenty of problems containing them.

Nevertheless, it is impossible to look past Brazil. Having played Italy off the park in their last competitive friendly, Brazil seem to have got their swagger back after a slow start to World Cup qualifying.

Pato (5/4 to score) and Luis Fabiano will lead the front line, offering graft, endevour and pace that will cause the home defence serious problems. And with Robinho (11/8 to score) also offering a devasting attacking threat, Brazil will score goals.

Banking on an entertaining affair, we are staking £10 at 10/11 on their being more than 2.5 goals in the contest.

Full match odds can be seen here.

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