With this qualification, Brazil has not only been ready for the World Cup in Russia since a good time back, but also because it has been scored as one of the most obvious title candidates. Crazy delivery! 17 games have been summed up in 11 wins, five won and lost a loss. Prior to this match, they are all ten sticks ahead of Uruguay, despite the fact that some tendencies have already been relaxed.
It might have been a three, but Brazil got “just” a draw away against Bolivia last in a speechless story. It is easier to understand that in a home game against a township like Chile, but the motivational factor is still a question mark before the match.
Chile’s machinery has hacked lately and the championship site, which appeared to be safe for some matches since, is actually in danger. The third place is parked on, but it is tight in the table and in the worst possible scenario they can be crossed by three competitors and even miss the playoff.
Midfield plays Arturo Vidal and Francisco Silva are turned off for Chile – poor food. Brazil has defensive Thiago Silva injured and out.
Brazil is relaxing
Chile may need to gambla a part in this match, as even a draw can make it possible to miss the world championship – something we think can open up the match, in combination with Brazil being able to take on the plane without pressure and therefore play out.
It has even been opened for some rotation in Brazil, but offensively the qualities are great and that they are going to leave a home game speechless – I’m hard to see. In addition, they can afford to play more relaxed, which also opens up for goals away.
The feeling is that the pace will quickly be screwed up in the match and that we will see goals for both sides during this night match, Swedish time.