AccessBET Preview: Bolivia – Brazil: Back the Selecao for a comfortable victory

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The Samba Boys will be expected to continue their four-games unbeaten when they clash with Los Altiplanicos

Bolivia welcome Brazil to Estadio Hernando Siles for their Fifa World Cup qualifying encounter on Thursday.

 Mauricio Soria’s chance of qualifying for the global showpiece is over after losing 11 of their games to place second from the bottom with 13 points from 14 games.

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The Los Altiplanicos have only managed to triumph in three of their last eight duels in the qualifying series as such; they will be coming into this duel as underdogs with AccessBET at the price of (4.10).

A chance to share the spoils at the end of 90 minutes is quoted at (3.70) by the betting company.

For the Canarinho, they have booked their place in Russia after racking up a massive 27 points to extend a ten-point lead over their closest rival, Uruguay and look set to continue their dominance.

Tite’s tutored side have an advantage over their hosts as they have coasted to victory in six of their ten meetings. Besides that, they have won 11 of their last 13 matches and are (1.85) to continue with the impressive display.

The five-times champions have registered 22 goals in their previous ten encounters as such odds of (1.75) is up for grabs for more than three goals to surface here.

Paulinho Philippe Coutinho Brazil World Cup qualifying

The La Verde have only marked seven goals in their last eight outings while failing to find the back of the net in three, therefore a NO for both sides to score with AccessBET stands at (1.95).

Brazil walloped Bolivia 5-0 in their last meeting as such a correct score of 0-3 is available at the price of (12.50).

 

 

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