Paraguay will be in confident mood going into their Copa America tie with holders Brazil.
After the first round of games in Group B ended goalless, both sides will be looking to register their first win of the competition.
While Paraguay will have been disappointed with a 0-0 draw against Ecuador, the same score line in the Brazil v Venezuela match will have come as a bigger shock to football betting enthusiasts.
This coupled with Paraguay’s recent form against Brazil will see Gerado Martino’s men believe they can cause an upset and pile more pressure on the Canarinho.
The last five games between the sides show that they are evenly matched with two wins apiece and one draw.
As such, punters could be tempted to back Paraguay to win at 89/20 and secure a healthy return on their wager.
However, those of the belief that Brazil will be fired up after turning in a lacklustre performance last time out can back the Samba Boys to win at 13/20, while the draw is seen as a 12/5 shot.
One thing is for sure and that is that Brazil boss Mano Menzes will demand a more attacking display from his side.
The manager will be greatly disappointed that a side boasting the attacking prowess of Robinho, Neymar and Alexandre Pato was unable to breakdown the Venezuelan defence.
This could tempt a number of fans to back Brazil to start the game at a healthy pace and bet on one of the forwards scoring the first goal of the game.
Neymar, the Santos ace currently being pursued by a host of top European clubs, is among the favourites to break the deadlock, with bwin offering odds of 4/1.
Ex-Manchester City and Real Madrid forward Robinho, now strutting his stuff in Serie A with AC Milan, is also seen as a major goal threat at 4/1 as is teammate Alexandre Pato, who is seen as a 7/2 bet.
Those looking for higher odds and larger returns could be attracted by the 9/1 price offered on Santos midfield ace Elano to get the game off and running.
That said, while neither of the teams has yet to bother the score sheet in the tournament, Paraguay boast a trio of players likely to break down the Brazil defence.
Roque Santa Cruz can be a tough man to mark when in form and is priced at 6/1 to elude the Brazil defence as get his side off to the perfect start.
Lucas Barrios offers the same odds, while experienced campaigner Cristian Riveros is seen as an outside bet to achieve the feat at 16/1.
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