England VS Brazil ( BETTING TIPS, Match Preview & Expert Analysis )
PREVIEW & TIPS FOR England vs Brazil
England and Brazil face off at Wembley Stadium for a friendly. This will be the 4th of the year for England, after the previous disputed against Germany and France. In the case of Brazil, this is its 5th friendly of the year, having already faced Japan, Australia, Argentina and Colombia. There is no record of direct clashes between these two teams in the last 3 years. The last clash was played on 02-06-2013 and ended with the result: Brazil (2-2) England.
England Team News
The home team contests its 4th friendly of the year. In previous friendly records the following results: England (0-0) Germany, France (3-2) England and Germany (1-0) England. In the last 10 home games England has recorded 6 wins, 3 draws and 1 defeat. His attack has scored regularly, having scored goals in 8 of the last 10 games. In the last 15 home matches for all competitions there has been a period that stands out: he suffered 4 of his 11 goals in the minutes (76′-90 ‘).
England vs Brazil Stats
England make its second match after the end of the qualifying round for the World Cup, where they will try to reach their first win in friendly matches in the year 2017. In their last game, against the strong selection of Germany, the English they staged a very balanced game, that finished without goals. In the qualifying campaign for the World Cup, the English squad made an excellent campaign and finished unbeaten in the group’s lead, thus ensuring qualification for the World Cup next year. England have been unbeaten for five games, and before the draw with the Germans they had won four straight victories. In this period of unbeaten record, he only conceded one goal. In the home games, the English have been unbeaten since October 2016. For this game, coach Southgate will have several important absences, among them midfielder Dele Alli and striker Harry Kane.
Brazil Team News
The visiting team contests its 5th friendly of the year. In previous friendly matches the following final results: Japan (1-3) Brazil, Australia (0-4) Brazil, Brazil (0-1) Argentina and Brazil (1-0) Colombia. In the last 10 games played out for all competitions, Brazil won 7 and drew 3. Their attack has scored regularly, having scored goals in 3 of the last 4 games for this competition. In their away games there is a tendency for goals to be scored as 9 of their last 10 games have finished with over 1.5 goals. This is a team that scores many times first: opened the scoring in 12 of their last 15 games, of those 12 reached the interval in lead in 7 and managed to maintain the advantage until the end of the 90 ‘in 11.
Brazil are going through a great moment, especially after the arrival of coach Tite, and they have been undefeated for six games, a period in which they have conceded just two goals and now come from two consecutive victories. The last of them was friendly against Japan, in which the Brazilians beat the Orientals easily by 1-3, with goals from Neymar, Marcelo and Gabriel Jesus. Prior to this victory, the Brazilian national team had beaten Chile in the final round of qualifying for the World Cup, thus ensuring qualification for the World Cup in 2018. Since November 2015 Brazil has not lost a game as a visitor, having in that period won seven wins and four draws. It is likely that coach Tite will already be able to count on Diego and Philippe Coutinho for this meeting, which did not line up against Japan due to injuries.