The Selecao are 23/20 (2.15) favourites to reach a second consecutive semi-final but dabblebet are offering them to win as part of their 14/1 (15.0) dabble of the day, which combines multiple selections from the same match into one bet.
This 14/1 (15.0) shot consists of Brazil winning at full-time following a half-time draw, Neymar finding the net, and over 1.5 second-half goals being scored.
Brazil have worked their way to the quarter-finals with comfortable, rather than spectacular, performances, and two of their three wins so far have seen the five-time champions drawing 0-0 at half-time.
Indeed, Belgium have been held to goalless draws at the break in three of their four matches so far, including by Japan in the last 16 when they conceded two goals in the opening seven minutes of the second-half.
Of course, the Red Devils came back to win that match but they may struggle to do the same against Brazil given the Selecao's superior team compared to Japan.
This also lends itself to the next part of the bet, with over 1.5 second half goals landing in five of the eight matches these two sides have played at the World Cup this summer.
Neymar is Brazil’s top scorer on two goals, joint with Philippe Coutinho, and will be desperate to add to that against a defence that has conceded four times in their last three games.