Brazil v Chile betting tips – can La Roja pull off a shock?

Brazil clash with Chile at the Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro, with the 2021 Copa America hosts having looked pretty comfortable in the tournament thus far and it would be a major shock if the Selecao were dumped out of the competition at this stage of proceedings.

The tournament hosts kicked things off with a 3-0 triumph against Venezuela and then scored a 4-0 victory over Peru to confirm their passage through to the last eight of the competition, with Brazil then coming from behind to beat Colombia 2-1 win before a 1-1 dead rubber draw against Ecuador.

What is the Best Odds About Brazil to Beat Chile?

Brazil are going to be tough to knock out of their stride, with Tite able to welcome back rested players for this clash and that includes Thiago Silva, Fabinho and Neymar, with the Copa America betting sites offering a best price 2/5 about the hosts claiming a normal time win.

We know that this team are full of goals, with ten being plundered during the group stage and that man Neymar is clearly going to carry a threat which could be hard to stop, while Richarlison has been getting plenty of game time and the Everton forward could also make an impact.

For those thinking that Brazil are too short when it comes to the Full-Time Result betting market, then there are some alternative options and we think the Asian Handicap betting odds could be worth checking out considering that you can potentially get the Brazilians with a one goal handicap and profit at a bigger price.

Alternatively, there’s the chance to either side with Brazil on the half-time full-time betting market should you think they can establish a first-half lead or alternatively place a bet on Brazil to win to nil or even Brazil to win and Under 3.5 Goals if you’re anticipating a cagey clash.

How Can Chile Cause a Betting Shock Against Brazil?

Chile do look to have their work cut out in this clash although much bigger football shocks have happened and this Copa America clash offers them a chance to not only claim a quarter final win but also knock out the strongest team in the competition.

They are hopeful of landing Alexis Sanchez who missed the group stage with a calf injury, although it might be Blackburn Rovers forward Ben Brereton who leads the line for the Chileans and it would be an amazing story if he was able to somehow find a way past the Brazilians.

Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is capable of stopping many of the Brazil shots on target although much depends on how solid that central defensive pairing of Gary Medel and Francisco Sierralta can be against the attack.

What Are the Best Bets for Brazil v Chile?

We appreciate that not every punter will want to back Brazil at short betting odds although we’re not sure how much attacking force Chile are going to have based on the group stage where La Roja scored just three goals in the four matches played during the group stage.

There’s the chance of heading to the correct score betting market and potentially dutching the 1-0 and 2-0 options or alternatively you could perm the 2-0 and 3-0 selections, with the hosts looking to deliver a professional performance against a team who were fourth in their qualifying group.

It might be the case that Chile end up having a few players booked considering they are sure to be on the back foot for large periods and it could be worth considering a Bet Builer which includes a Brazil win, BTTS No and potentially Neymar to score and a number of bookings to be shown.


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