With Neymar absent once again, Brazil will be looking elsewhere for firepower when they seek revenge against Germany on Tuesday.
Injury forced the star striker to watch that humiliating 7-1 defeat against the eventual champions at the 2014 World Cup, leaving Oscar, Bernard, Fred and Hulk to form an ineffective forward line.
However, the current crop are far less reliant on the Paris Saint-Germain striker, with the trio of Gabriel Jesus, Phillippe Coutinho and Paulinho having contributed 20 of the 41 goals scored since Tite took over.
Jesus to shine
Having scored 17 goals for club and country so far this campaign, Coutinho is also sure to attract attention at generous 11/4 (3.75) odds to strike for the second international match in succession.
Paulinho is another potentially lucrative bet at those same 11/4 (3.75) odds thanks to his seven strikes in his last 13 appearances for the national team.
Gomez looking to make his mark
At the other end of the pitch, Mario Gomez and Sandro Wagner will be hoping to prove their own first team credentials after starting on the bench in Friday’s 1-1 draw with Spain.
With Timo Werner expected to drop out, Gomez is Die Mannschaft’s 5/1 (6.00) favourite to break the deadlock with a third goal in five internationals, or 7/5 (2.40) to add anytime to his total of 31 for the national team.
Having found the net five times in seven internationals, Wagner can be backed at 15/8 (2.88) to continue his late emergence at this level with another goal here.
Similarly, Lars Stindl has left it late to establish himself on the international stage, but is on offer at 2/1 (3.00) to score for the fifth time in 11 matches for Joachim Low’s team.