The nations last met in 2014 when Brazil won 4-0, and the South American giants have won the last three meetings by an aggregate score of 11-0, with Neymar bagging seven of the goals; therefore, it is no wonder the Brazilians are a red hot 2/9 (1.22) to win the match with dabblebet.
Since first qualifying in 1998, and hosting the tournament four years later, Japan have appeared in every World Cup finals and will be in Russia next year too after they won 13 of their 18 qualifying matches, but it would be a surprise if they won here. Indeed, they are not priced at 10/1 (11.00) to triumph without reason.
Tite has picked a strong squad this week, with a friendly against England at Wembley also to come on Tuesday evening, so whilst some of the superstars at his disposal may be saved for that match, the likes of Roberto Firmino, Willian and Douglas Costa are expected to play up front against Japan.
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Japan have only lost one of their last seven matches away from home, but will be without key players like Shinji Okazaki, Keisuke Honda and Shinji Kagawa, and Brazil are 10/1 (11.00) to repeat their 4-0 victory from the last meeting; even if they do not secure such a win, a similar scoreline is surely on the cards.
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