The five-time winners of the tournament have been in impressive form, although they will know that the most important thing on Sunday is picking up a win in their opening group game.
dabblebet price a win for Tite's men at 2/5 (1.40) with dabblebet, while Switzerland are available 15/2 (7.50). The Swiss famously beat Spain in their opening game in 2010, before La Roja went on to be crowned world champions.
The draw in Rostov can be backed at 7/2 (4.50).
The big doubt for Brazil in the run-up to the World Cup was the fitness of Neymar, who had been missing since February.
He did, however, play and score in Brazil's last two friendly matches and is surely in line to start once more, most likely alongside Gabriel Jesus and Willian in an dangerous forward line.
Tite's great success as Brazil manager has been instilling the defensive solidity that his predecessor Dunga sought, while maintain the attractive attacking soul of the side.
The Selecao conceded just 11 goals in 19 matches during CONMEBOL qualifying and their last 11 games have brought nine clean sheets.
This solid foundation should serve them well against a Swiss side who will expect to see little of the ball, and Brazil's record in opening matches at World Cups is formidable, with 16 wins in 18 opening games.
Tips and predictions
Perhaps the best angle for getting a good price on a Brazilian victory is to invest in them to win to nil at 21/20 (2.05).
This bet paid out in each of their last four friendlies prior to the tournament, while also proving the correct selection in nine of their 12 victories during qualifying for the World Cup.