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Analysis of Brazil

Brazil hasn’t been playing as well as the teams that have won their 4th and 5th World Cup. The truth is this is a more pragmatic team, but that hasn’t worked well in this Copa America, so Brazil faces elimination from the event.

To make matters worse, the star of the team isn’t available for this match, so Brazil will have to find solutions to replace him, which won’t be easy. Moreover, the team is under a lot of pressure, so a loss will be a disaster, while a tie will be bad for the team’s motivation levels. However, a tie would allow them to qualify. Therefore, there are no reasons why they should take too many offensive risks, since a 0-0 score will allow them to reach the quarter-finals. Without Neymar, Brazil loses offensive power and ability to create goal opportunities.

Confirmed Lineup: Jefferson, Thiago Silva, Dani Alves, João Miranda, Filipe Luis, Philippe Coutinho, Willian, Elias, Fernandinho, Roberto Firmino, Robinho.
Coach: Dunga.

Analysis of Venezuela

Venezuela was one of the worst teams of South America for a long while, but in the last years they have improved substantially and have had good exhibitions and positive results.

In this Copa America, Venezuela surprised everyone by winning 1-0 against Colombia. However, they have lost the next match against Peru. Therefore, they need to win against Brazil to qualify, since the Brazilians have beaten Colombia.

To sum up, Venezuela seems to have enough quality to play a balanced match against Brazil and create a few goal opportunities, but are unlikely to take too many offensive risks.

Probable Line-up: Alain Baroja, Roberto Rosales, Fernando Amorebieta, Oswaldo Vizcarrondo y Gabriel Cichero; Tomás Rincón, Juan Arango, Ronald Vargas y Alejandro Guerra; Josef Martínez y Salomón Rondón

Coach: Noel Sanvicente

Confirmed Lineup: A. Baroja, O. Vizcarrondo, R. Rosales, A. Túñez, G. Cichero, J. Arango, R. Vargas, A. Guerra, L. Seijas, T. Rincón, S. Rondón.
Coach: N. Sanvicente.

Betting suggestion:

Brazil will not be able to depend on their best player, so they are likely to avoid taking chances and to play for the tie. Venezuela has presented good quality in the first 2 rounds and should at the very least avoid losing by many goals, but they won’t put too much pressure on Brazil and will not have too many goal opportunities. Therefore, we expect a match between two teams that are going to take as little risks as possible and will not allow too much space in defence, so we don’t expect many goals.

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Copa America - 2015 Chile

  • 100% 26 / 26 Games

  • Home team wins 57.69%
  • Draws 19.23%
  • Away team wins 23.08%
  • Over 1.5 53.85%
  • Over 2.5 38.46%
  • Over 3.5 23.08%
  • Goals 59
  • Goals /match 2.27
  • Goals /match home 1.46
  • Goals /match away 0.81
  • Both teams score 42.31%
  • Goals after 80' 16.95%
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