Brazil vs Switzerland Bet Builder Tips – 25/1 Punt for Monday’s World Cup Clash
Brazil vs Switzerland bet builder tips and predictions for the World Cup Group Stage clash on Tuesday 28th November at odds of 25/1.
Brazil got off to a winning start last time out and will qualify with a win here. Switzerland are 13/2 to cause a shock here, the draw is 10/3 and i’s 8/15 for Brazil to get the expected win.
For our Brazil vs Switzerland bet builder tip, we have picked out three predictions you can see them below. A £10 bet would return £85 if this one is a winner and using the bet365 sign-up offer for the World Cup will get you £50 in free bets too.
Brazil vs Switzerland Bet Builder Tip
- Brazil to win
- Richarlison to score 2 or more
- Most goals to be in the second half
ODDS – 25/1 with Bet365
Brazil to win
Brazil turned on the style in the second half of their opening day win over Serbia, and I think this game will have a similar story. The Brazilians are favourites to win the competition and a win here will be enough to see them through to the last 16. They have won each of their last eight games, scoring a huge amount of 28 goals in that time. They will take some stopping at this World Cup and I don’t think Switzerland are the team to do that. The Swiss did win their opener against Cameroon, but I think Brazil will have too much for them in this one and they’ll win comfortably.
Richarlison to score 2 or more
Richarlison can’t stop scoring for Brazil. The Spurs striker is yet to score in the Premier League this season, however he bagged Brazil’s two goals in their match day one victory and has scored an impressive nine goals in seven games for his country. He will be leading the line again in this one and Brazil will be sure to make plenty of chances for him to get his goals. He will have plenty of confidence following his brace on his World Cup debut, and scoring what may end up the goal of the tournament. I think he will get another few in this fixture and add to his very impressive international goal tally.
Most goals to be in the second half
As previously alluded to, Brazil really turned up the heat in the second half as they faced Serbia last time out, with both their goals coming after half time. Of the 16 World Cup games played so far, five have ended 0-0. In the 11 games where there has been goals, eight have seen more goals scored in the second half than the first. Teams seem to be more wary in the opening phases of play and I expect Switzerland to play defensively in this one against a very strong Brazil side. I think this selection has a very good chance of landing.
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