Brazil will face Columbia in South American 2022 World Cup Qualifying, from 01.30 AM CET, on Neo Quimica Arena, in Sao Paulo. Columbia need to win this match to keep their automatic qualification spot.Bet on Brazil - Columbia with 1xBet
Best bets on Brazil - Columbia
1xBet offers 1.45 for Brazil to win this game, while they give huge 7.70 for Columbia. A draw in this clash will cost 4.40.
In South America you can always see a goal fest, so Bet365 offers 2.02 for Total Over 3 goals and 1.81 for Total Under 3. Brazil scored 26 goals in their 11 games, while Columbia scored 16 goals in their matches.
Betway offers 2.20 for "both teams to score - yes" and 1.68 for "both teams to score - no". Brazil conceded two goals in the last four games, but Columbia comes after three goalless draws.
Where to Watch Brazil vs Columbia
The game between the Republic of Ireland and Portugal will be broadcast live on fubo Sports Network 4. The broadcast from Sao Paulo begins at 01.35 AM CET, five minutes before the start.Bet on Brazil - Columbia with 1xBet
Brazil is currently undefeated and top of the table in South American 2022 World Cup Qualifying, with 31 points. Tite's side have 10 wins and one draw from their 11 qualifiers to this point.
Brazil have the best attack, with 26 goals scored, and the best defense, with only four goals conceded. The Selecao can secure at least a playoff spot with one point from this match, but if they win and Uruguay fail to win against Argentina, they will be guaranteed a place in World Cup 2022.
Brazil will rely on top scorer Neymar, who is back after suspension. Also this can be Thiago Silva's 100th game for Brazil.
Columbia is struggling in this campaign. Their last three matches ended in goalless draws: 0-0 vs Uruguay, 0-0 vs Brazil and 0-0 vs Ecuador.
Columbia is fourth-placed right now, with 16 points, on par with Uruguay. Only the first four teams secure automatic qualification for Qatar, while the fifth-placed will go in the playoffs.
Columbia last victory against Brazil was in 2015. Since then, Brazil won three games against Columbia and other three games ended in draw.
Brazil vs Columbia: possible lineups
- Brazil (4-2-3-1): Ederson - Royal, Silva, Marquinhos, Sandro - Fabinho, Fred - Paqueta, Neymar, Raphinha - Jesus;
- Columbia (4-3-3): Ospina - Mojica, Sanchez, Mina, Cuadrado - Uribe, Barrios, Quintero - Diaz, Muriel, Zapata;