Brazil vs Colombia: All South American World Cup Quarterfinal Prediction
Brazil needs to crank it up – with a banged up Neymar
Facts are facts and, along with Group H, Brazil’s Group A was one of the weakest in the tournament. While the Auriverde crushed lessor opponents Croatia 3-1 and Cameroon 4-1, they were far from impressive in their draw versus Mexico. Following group play, the hosts barely survived their first all South American contest vs Chile in the Round of 16 as they needed penalty kicks to dispatch of La Roja. Despite registering the winning penalty kick goal in that contest, World Cup poster boy Neymar sustained left thigh and right knee injuries in the match versus Chile and he will almost certainly be less than 100% fit today. Be careful calling this contest.
Colombia: High flying Los Cafeteros are showcasing potent offense
Scoring at least two goals in each of their four matches to date Colombia (+3000 opening championship price) have been one of the most impressive teams in the tournament thus far. Already enjoying their deepest run in World Cup play ever, Colombia posses solid attacking talent that’s lead by James Rodriguez (five goals) who is challenging Messi and Neymar as the tournament star. It’s a bitter-sweet time for Colombian football fans as it was 20 years ago that Andrés Escobar was murdered in the El Poblado neighborhood of Medellín after his “own goal” effectively eliminated Colombia during the 1998 World Cup tournament in the United States.
World Cup Call: This won’t be an easy stroll across the pitch for either side so the Draw – Colombia double chance betting option gets our backing with a 250 unit wager at the SportsInteraction sportsbook.
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