However, Tite’s men have won 25 of their last 26 exhibition matches, and are 5/6 (2.83) favourites to come out on top in London.
The sides shared a 2-2 draw when they last met in Rio de Janeiro back in 2013, and you can get odds of 12/5 (3.40) on them cancelling each other out once again here.
Gareth Southgate will have been extremely pleased with his side’s performance against the current world champions as the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Raheem Sterling were out injured, and it was youngsters such as Jordan Pickford, Tammy Abraham and Ruben Loftus-Cheek who came to the fore.
After seeing his faith in youth rewarded, Southgate has now called up the uncapped trio of Angus Gunn, Lewis Cook and Dominic Solanke for Tuesday’s clash.
In contrast, the Selecao appear set to field almost their strongest line-up for the trip to Wembley, with Dani Alves and Philippe Coutinho likely to return to the squad after sitting out last week’s 3-1 victory over Japan.
Having failed to win just three of their 13 matches under Tite, a team spearheaded by the in-form Neymar and Gabriel Jesus will provide another extremely stern test for their inexperienced hosts.
In fact, those 5/6 (1.83) odds see rather generous on Brazil proving too strong for a youthful England team, consigning them to a third defeat in four friendly matches.