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Brazil vs Chile betting tips: CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifier preview, predictions & odds

Alexis Sanchez v Brazil
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Richarlison
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Casemiro
Guimaraes, Bruno
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Fred
Fabinho
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Aranguiz, Charles
Pavez, Esteban
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Vargas, Eduardo
Meneses, Jean
Junior, Vinicius
Martinelli, Gabriel
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Antony
Richarlison
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Coutinho, Philippe
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Junior, Vinicius
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Medel, Gary
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Bravo, Claudio
Paqueta, Lucas
Coutinho, Philippe
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Diaz, Paulo
Neymar
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Baeza, Claudio
Fernandez, Ronnie
Casemiro
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Roco, Enzo
Montecinos, Joaquin
Junior, Vinicius
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Neymar
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Paqueta, Lucas
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Brazil welcomes Colombia to the Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro for the 69th match in this head to head. Seleção have a strong upper hand in the previous matches, with 50 wins to Chile’s six and 12 draws.

Therefore, 101 Great Goals’ prediction for this match is Brazil 3 – 0 Chile and is available at odds of 9/1.

Alternatively, you can bet on any Brazil win at 1.4/1 against Chile at home on Thursday.

Or, back any away win for Chile at 8/1 here at the Maracanã.

You can find odds of 4.5/1 for any draw between Brazil and Chile on Thursday.


Alexis Sanchez

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL – OCTOBER 10: Alexis Sanches of Brazil reacts during the match between Brazil and Chile for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Qualifier at Allianz Parque Stadium on October 10, 2017 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photo by Alexandre Schneider/Getty Images)

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Match preview

Brazil have stormed their way to qualification for the 2022 World Cup, undefeated so far in 15 games. In the CONMEBOL region, they have the most wins with 12, seven goals scored more than any other side with 32 and have also conceded the fewest with only five against.

This all means they have already guaranteed qualification and either a first or second-place finish in the group with three games remaining. Should they win this match against Chile and their upcoming trip to Bolovia, they will finish top of the group irrespective of the result of their rearranged match against second-placed Argentina.

Chile, on the other hand, needs to win this match to ensure their destiny stays in their own hands. They currently sit outside the qualification and playoff places three points behind Uruguay and two behind Peru. However, with those two nations facing each at the same time as this match, Chile will have hope of being able to reel one of them in.

The Red Ones have a home match against Uruguay for their final group game on Tuesday 29th March which could become a winner takes all match for World Cup qualification.

Looking specifically at this head to head, La Roja fans will be hoping this will be their time to finally secure a victory on Brazilian soil. Their only ‘away’ win against Brazil was a 0-4 hammering in the group stage of the 1987 Copa America in Argentina.

The Little Canary were 0-1 winners in the reverse fixture in Chile back in September with Éverton Ribeiro scoring the game’s only goal mid-way through the second half. With the Brazilians having secured their qualification, there is a possibility they take their foot off the gas here.

However, here in Brazil, the expectation is never to merely succeed but to also entertain. The Brazilian public will be expecting the players to prove they are deserving of the shirt, especially with new players coming off the talented conveyor belt every year waiting to replace whoever doesn’t look up to the task.

One such player is Gabriel Martinelli. The 20-year-old Arsenal forward has received his first call up to the international side and faces the unenviable task of taking minutes off of Neymar. Neymar (pictured below) will want to be on the pitch every minute of every game as he continues to chase down Pele’s record of 77 goals for his country. With 10 goals since the start of 2019, his goalscoring has slowed a little making the target of eight more goals for his country no longer the sure thing it once appeared.


Brazil vs Chile betting tips: CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifier preview, predictions & odds

SANTIAGO, CHILE – SEPTEMBER 02: Neymar Jr., Eder Militão and Gabriel Barbosa of Brazil line up before a match between Chile and Brazil as part of South American Qualifiers for Qatar 2022 at Estadio Monumental David Arellano on September 02, 2021 in Santiago, Chile. (Photo by Claudio Reyes – Pool/Getty Images)

Brazil team news

Russian-based duo Claudinho and Malcolm were not called up for this squad. The pair were called up earlier in the qualifying campaign but returned early to Russia due to pressure from their club, Zenit St. Petersburg, and have since been out of favour with Tite. With the ongoing war in Ukraine, it is unclear if the pair would have been able to travel for the matches had they been called up by Seleção.

Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino has been left in England. The forward has struggled with fitness this season and made a goalscoring return from injury against Arsenal last Thursday. Emerson Royal’s return for Brazil lasted all of 20 minutes after the Spurs player was sent off in January. He has also been excluded from this squad.

The Brazilian Squad in Full

Goalkeepers: Alisson (Liverpool), Ederson (Manchester City), Weverton (Palmeiras)
Defenders: Dani Alves (Barcelona), Thiago Silva (Chelsea), Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain), Danilo (Juventus), Éder Militão (Real Madrid), Alex Telles (Manchester United), Guilherme Arana (Atlético Mineiro), Gabriel (Arsenal)
Midfielders: Philippe Coutinho (Aston Villa), Casemiro (Real Madrid), Lucas Paquetá (Lyon), Fred (Manchester United), Fabinho (Liverpool), Arthur (Juventus), Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle United)
Forwards: Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain), Richarlison (Everton), Vinícius Júnior (Real Madrid), Raphinha (Leeds United), Rodrygo (Real Madrid), Antony (Ajax), Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)

Brazil vs Chile betting tips: CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifier preview, predictions & odds

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL – OCTOBER 10: Players of Chile pose for official photo before the match between Brazil and Chile for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Qualifier at Allianz Parque Stadium on October 10, 2017 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photo by Alexandre Schneider/Getty Images)

Chile team news

There is no place in the squad for the experienced Eugenio Mena. The 33-year-old defender who plies his trade these days for Racing Club in Argentina was called up in February to face Bolivia but hasn’t been included this time around. Watford defender, Francisco Sierralta, has also been excluded this time around.

Midfielders César Pinares, Tomás Alarcón and Pablo Galdames miss out on a call up this time. Former Manchester United forward Ángelo Henríquez hasn’t done enough in recent performances for Fortaleza in Brazil to catch the eye. Fabián Orellana, Edson Puch and Ángelo Sagal are three experienced names missing in the Chile forward lineup.

Chilean Squad in Full

Goalkeepers: Claudio Bravo (Betis), Brayan Cortés (Colo-Colo), Zacarías López (La Serena), Sebastián Pérez (Universidad Católica)
Defenders: Gary Medel (Bologna), Mauricio Isla (Flamengo), Guillermo Maripán (Monaco), Paulo Díaz (River Plate), Enzo Roco (Elche), Sebastián Vegas (Monterrey), Gabriel Suazo (Colo-Colo), Benjamín Kuscevic (Palmeiras)
Midfielders: Arturo Vidal (Internazionale), Charles Aránguiz (Bayer Leverkusen), José Pedro Fuenzalida (Universidad Católica), Erick Pulgar (Galatasaray), Luis Jiménez (Palestino), Diego Valdés (América), Claudio Baeza (Toluca), Marcelino Núñez (Universidad Católica), Pablo Parra (Puebla)
Forwards: Alexis Sánchez (Internazionale), Jean Meneses (León), Eduardo Vargas (Atlético Mineiro), Ben Brereton (Blackburn Rovers), Joaquín Montecinos (Tijuana), Víctor Dávila (León)

Brazil vs Chile form
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Japan vs Brazil - 0:1
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Republic of Korea vs Brazil - 1:5
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Bolivia vs Brazil - 0:4
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Brazil vs Chile - 4:0
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Brazil vs Paraguay - 4:0
Latest match form, last 5 games:
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Ghana vs Chile - 0:0
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Chile vs Tunisia - 0:2
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Republic of Korea vs Chile - 2:0
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Chile vs Uruguay - 0:2
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Brazil vs Chile - 4:0
Last 5 games for Brazil
June 6, 2022 Int. Friendly Games 2022 Japan 0  - 1 Brazil
June 2, 2022 Int. Friendly Games 2022 Republic of Korea 1  - 5 Brazil
March 29, 2022 WC Qual, CONMEBOL 2022 Bolivia 0  - 4 Brazil
March 24, 2022 WC Qual, CONMEBOL 2022 Brazil 4  - 0 Chile
February 2, 2022 WC Qual, CONMEBOL 2022 Brazil 4  - 0 Paraguay
Last 5 games for Chile
June 14, 2022 Int. Friendly Games 2022 Ghana 0  - 0 Chile
June 10, 2022 Int. Friendly Games 2022 Chile 0  - 2 Tunisia
June 6, 2022 Int. Friendly Games 2022 Republic of Korea 2  - 0 Chile
March 29, 2022 WC Qual, CONMEBOL 2022 Chile 0  - 2 Uruguay
March 24, 2022 WC Qual, CONMEBOL 2022 Brazil 4  - 0 Chile
Brazil vs Chile WC Qual, CONMEBOL 2022 form
Brazil Chile
17 Matches played 18
14 Matches won 5
221 Goal attempts 170
105 Shots on goal 65
84 Shots off goal 73
68 Corner kicks 83
60% Average ball possession 52%
32 Shots blocked 32
35 Cards given 52
284 Free kicks 291
29 Offsides 26
1 Shots on post 2
1 Shots on bar 6
34 Goals by foot 14
5 Goals by head 4
40 Goals scored 19
5 Goals conceded 26
Brazil vs Chile statistics for most recent head to head matches
Brazil Chile
19 Matches 19
14 Home Matches 5
5 Away Matches 14
52 Total Goals 15
2.74 Average Goals Scored 0.79
15 Wins 1
1 Losses 15
3 Draws 3
Last 5 games & match results between Brazil and Chile
March 24, 2022 WC Qual, CONMEBOL 2022 Brazil 4  - 0 Chile
September 3, 2021 WC Qual, CONMEBOL 2022 Chile 0  - 1 Brazil
July 3, 2021 Copa America 2021 Brazil 1  - 0 Chile
October 10, 2017 World Cup Qualification 2018 Brazil 3  - 0 Chile
October 8, 2015 World Cup Qualification 2018 Chile 2  - 0 Brazil

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23:30, Thursday 24 March 2022

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