Odds: Brazil 3/4, Draw 13/5, Chile 7/2
Kick Off: 0030, 11/10/2017
Stadium: Allianz Parque
Chile travel to Sao Paulo with their World Cup hopes under threat and we’re backing Brazil to show them no mercy at Allianz Parque.
The Selecao were confirmed as runaway winners of the South America pool some time ago but still have a proud record of never losing a home qualifier to protect.
This campaign has featured seven wins and one draw in front of their own fans and we’re on the Samba Stars at 3/4 to oblige again in our Brazil vs Chile betting predictions.
A Look At Brazil’s Betting Odds
Many will take Brazil’s 0-0 draw in Bolivia last week as a sign that they have taken their foot off the gas, but they were only denied by a string of superb saves from Carlos Lampe in La Paz.
Neymar went close on several occasions, while Gabriel Jesus, Paulinho and Willian also kept Lampe busy, despite the visitors visibly struggling with the high altitude.
Back on home turf, Brazil have won their last five qualifiers by an aggregate of 15-1 and Jesus is adamant they will not go easy on Chile.
The Manchester City striker said: “We have played three World Cup qualifiers since we secured our spot and the behaviour of the team has stayed the same – we will play to win.”
Inter Milan defender Miranda added: “If Chile is in this position, it is not our fault, it is theirs. When we were in a bad moment, no one gave us anything.”
We’re taking 11/5 for the hosts to prevail to nil in our Brazil vs Chile betting tips.
A Look At Chile’s Betting Odds
Chile go into this game in third place, with four teams securing an automatic trip to Russia 2018 and the side which finishes fifth facing New Zealand in a play-off.
However, La Roja are only two points ahead of Paraguay in seventh, so it could all still end in tears here.
Victories in the last two Copa America tournaments and a runners-up spot in this summer’s Confederations Cup suggest Chile deserve a place at the World Cup finals.
However, their away form in this campaign has been poor, with just one point picked up from their last five road trips and no goals scored in the last four.
The presence of Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez means Chile must be respected, but influential midfielder Arturo Vidal is suspended and they do lack strength in depth.
Looking at the Brazil vs Chile odds, we like 7/1 for a 1-0 home win here.
Bolivia 0-0 BRAZIL
CHILE 2-1 Ecuador – Eduardo Vargas, Alexis Sanchez
Head-to-head: Chile 2-0 Brazil, Brazil 1-0 Chile, Brazil 1-1 Chile, Brazil 2-1 Chile, Brazil 2-2 Chile, Brazil 3-0 Chile
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