The hosts will be aiming at securing a place in the last four of the competition when they face fellow South American opponent on Friday night
Brazil host Colombia in the second quarter final of the 2014 Fifa World Cup. Both South American countries have been impressive since the tournament began and will be hoping for a slot in the semi final of the competition.
The hosts saw off Chile through a tense penalty shoot-out with Chile in the last round while Colombia swept aside Uruguay in last 16, as they did to their three previous opponents in the competition.
Bet9ja do, however, make Felipe Scolari’s Brazil are outstanding favorites at (1.80) to win in 90 minutes, while Colombia are offered at a long odds of (4.10) to shock the hosts before their home fans to seal a semi final berth.
You can back the game to end in a draw after 90 minutes and Bet9ja is offering that the game extends to extra time at a tempting odds of (3.47).
The round of 16 saw plenty of tight games with seven out of the eight matches contested level at half-time. A repeat in this last eight clash to produce first half goals under 1.5 at (1.33) and that is a price well worthy of consideration.
This match will be tight and it seems highly unlikely that either side will be able to take a clear advantage into the break.
While Brazil will be under pressure to come out and attack, more important is that they do not lose, so expect perhaps a somewhat cautious opening 45 minutes.
The price of (3.15) with Bet9ja for Brazil to win opening half will without doubt attract attention, especially given the home advantage the hosts will be enjoying.
Yet for more security backing a draw at the break looks like the best option at a price which can allow us to more than double our money.