Back Brazil at 40/1 or Belgium at 70/1 with this enhanced odds offer from Betfair when the sides meet in the World Cup quarter final on Friday 6th July 2018
Arguably the pick of the Russia World Cup quarter finals takes place on Friday evening as Brazil take on Belgium in the Kazan Arena. With so much attacking talent available to both managers, it could be an absolute classic. But which side will win?
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Brazil v Belgium Betting Offers and Tips – Brilliant Brazilians to Edge Past Belgians
Tite’s Brazil and Roberto Martinez’s Belgium meet at the Kazan Arena on Friday night for an intriguing-looking 2018 FIFA World Cup quarter-final. Despite a stunning comeback to beat Japan in the Round of 16, the Belgians head to Kazan as underdogs. Brazil, meanwhile, are starting to find some serious momentum in Russia.
Brazil v Belgium Betting Tips
Odds correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.
Brazil v Belgium Preview – Tite’s Team Too Strong in Kazan
Brazil have found their feet in Russia, winning their last three games each by a 2-0 scoreline. After beating Serbia in their final Group E game to finish top, goals from Neymar and Roberto Firmino were enough to secure a 2-0 victory over Mexico in Samara in the Round of 16 on Monday. Selecao have a remarkable record under Tite, and they will fancy their chances of booking their place in the semi-finals with a win over Belgium at the Kazan Arena on Friday.
Belgium beat England to top spot in Group G, picking up nine points from a possible nine along the way. The Belgians then locked horns with Japan in the last 16, finding themselves 2-0 down with just 20 minutes to go. However, goals from Jan Vertonghen, Marouane Fellaini and Nacer Chadli turned the game on its head to give the Belgians a memorable 3-2 win in Rostov-on-Don.
Relevant Stats, Injuries and Suspensions
Douglas Costa remains a doubt with a thigh injury while Marcelo missed Brazil’s win over Mexico with a back problem. With Vincent Kompany back in the side, Belgium have no fresh injury concerns. These two nations have not met since the last 16 of the 2002 World Cup, when Brazil ran out 2-0 winners through goals by Rivaldo and Ronaldo.
Brazil v Belgium – Cool Coutinho to Fire Canarinho to Glory
Having kicked off their World Cup with a disappointing 1-1 draw with Switzerland, Brazil have since cruised to three successive 2-0 wins to book their place in the last eight. Despite their dominant victories, the Brazilians have hardly broke a sweat. Belgium have also impressed with four straight wins, but they were made to work extremely hard for their success against the Japanese last time out.
We can see Brazil continuing their momentum and coming out on top at the Kazan Arena on Friday. The Brazilians’ last five wins have all come by more than one goal, with four of those ending in 2-0 triumphs. With that in mind, have a punt on Brazil to win -1, which you can get at the top price of 31/10 with BetVictor.
Barcelona ace Philippe Coutinho has been in red-hot form for club and country in recent months, netting 10 times in 11 games. Coutinho, who has scored twice in Russia already, is available at 11/4 with 888sport to score anytime in Kazan on Friday.