LionsBet Preview: Colombia – Brazil: Back the Samba Boys to avoid defeat

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The Selecao have made it to Russia but will still want to continue their imperious form against the Los Cafeteros

It’s second versus first as Colombia and Brazil lock horns at the Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Melendez in the South American section of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

Jose Pekerman’s side come into this tie on the back of a 0-0 draw against Venezuela. The result sees them remain in second place but with the likes of Chile, Uruguay and Argentina still close behind them, they’ll need to win which LionsBet quotes at (3.00).

Tite’s team confirmed their place at next year’s World Cup in Russia with a 2-0 win at Ecuador. The victory also guarantees they finish top of the log with three games to go. Brazil have been untouchable in the qualifiers and are favourites to win at odds of (2.25).

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A draw is available with the same firm at (3.15).

Brazil have not lost since their opening game of the qualifiers to Chile. Since then have dropped just four points, winning nine on the bounce. The Samba Boys are (1.30) to avoid defeat in Barranquilla.

The five-time world champions have been so solid at the back as they have conceded just twice in their last nine qualifiers. Punters who are brave can back them to win to nil at (3.55).

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It’s in attack the Selecao have been most brutal, scoring a mammoth 26 goals in the same nine qualifiers. Backing more than two goals is priced at (1.35) with LionsBet.

No one has scored more goals in the South American World Cup qualification section than Neymar. The Paris Saint-Germain forward is tipped to score first at (3.55) and (1.75) anytime.

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